Weather or Not Archive: January, 2012

Snow: Wait goes on ... and on

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In our story in today's Inquirer, we took note of the snow drought and attempted to place it some perspective. A touch of snow is possible... Read more

Cold shortage

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At the end of the first week of January, the region still awaits its first "cold snap," defined by National Weather Service climatologist Mark... Read more

Storm cleanup

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Catching up from the holidays, we note of a couple of post-season hurricane items: Global warming is real, but its impact on hurricanes would... Read more

MASTER Inq Weather or Not blog post COPY ME

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Snow officially measurable

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So far this winter, the weather forecasts have been about as compelling as the Eagles' playoff preparations, not to reopen a fresh wound. Just... Read more

Warming update

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Despite widspread cooling across the tropical Pacific, the worldwide temperature once again was well-above long-term averages in 2011. According... Read more

Snow matters, another look

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We mentioned yesterday that December was the fifth-warmest on record in Philadelphia, and that a warm start argues against a snowy winter. It... Read more

Snow drought

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After two elite snow winters, perhaps this was inevitable. You may have noticed that no measureable snow has fallen since Halloween, and don't... Read more