Sunday, October 31, 2010
Happy Halloween everyone! Today, no thunderstorms are forecast at all across the entire area! That's pretty awesome! However, areas up north will be experiencing a cooler Halloween as a cold front has swept through the area. Down south will be a nice and toasty halloween. However, the entire northern US will experience a chilly Halloween except the Northern Plains, where today will settle in the sixties.
Hello everyone. Today is a big day for the Caribbean residents as Hurricane Tomas gains more strength. I predict Tomas will intensify to a maximum category 3 hurricane, with top winds of 135 mph.
Tomas will veer away from the US due to a jet stream. The category 3 hurricane will strike Haiti. Unfortunately Haiti seems to have a curse on it- Cholera, earthquakes, flooding, now a hurricane. It just doesn't stop.
After it strikes Haiti and the Dominican Republic, Tomas will be thrown out to sea- or, it may veer up the East coast and Strike New England as a weak category 1. Those are my predictions.
Today, Halloween, we switch over to SNOWcasts. I officially declare severe storms mostly over for the northern part of the country. My SNOWcasts will be much like a Special Weather Advisory, Watch, or Warning.
They will be classified as a Snow Advisory, Snow Watch, or Snow Warning.
They may be SNOWcast Advisory, etc. as well.