Friday, October 26, 2012

Still Watching Sandy's Snow

So here is the breakdown with the latest models: The storm turns further to the west as we head into the middle of next week.  This means that it will push the freezing temps for snow further west.  But everything in my last blog is still on course... Nothing is going to kick this out to sea so Hurricane Sandy will turn back inland thanks to high pressure east of it.  The track will be the key into whether Ohio will see snow, wintry mix, or rain.  The last couple models is pushing the snow further west.  Still too early to throw out numbers because the path is still to be determined.

 As for now... I just took Buckeye out for his morning walk.  The winds have already switched from the north so the cold front has moved through.  The rain will be pushing in from Indiana through the day with the heaviest of the rain later and overnight.  We stay cool and continue to watch temperatures fall day by day heading into the middle of next week as Sandy looks to pass just to Ohio's east.  With it getting closer I will be able to get a better handle on the track and the forecast for Ohio.  BUT I can tell you that rain and/or snow and/or mix is likely with colder temperatures for Halloween... so make sure the kids have a warm costume because no kid likes to wear their coat over a Superman get-up.  Grab the jacket and umbrella and have a good one!

Andrew Buck Michael


  1. Wow, this is just before the time we have to travel South to go back to sea. :\

    1. Hope you have safe travels. Can't wait to see the photos! Always a step out of reality to see where you have been.


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