Monthly Archives: November 2009
A weather blog appeared in November seemingly out of nowhere. It’s called Convective Solutions. It’s odd for reasons I can’t quite put my finger on. When you Google it you get results for “Convective Solutions LLC.” I think an LLC is a type of corporation, but I can’t really see any reason why a business would be blogging about the weather.
In any case, I’ve been following it and a few weeks ago I installed a feed from Convective Solutions to Harvey Road, in the “Eastern Ski Blog” Section. Whoever is the mysterious meteorologist is…I like the work being done.
Excerpts from Herb’s SnoCountry Forecast:
The storm that is departing today has deposited some valuable backlash snow from the Adirondacks eastward to the mountains of Maine. For the first time this season, it looks as though the snow will be able to hang in there through a brief warmup that will precede next week’s storm. That storm will produce some rain on the front end all the way up into Quebec, but there will be another substantial backlash swath of snow, which will reach more resorts than this weekend’s version.
Longer term, the prospects are excellent, both in terms of snowmaking temps, lake effect snow, and the threat of coastal storms that could boost early season base depths in a big way.
Mad River Glen’s Single Chair Weather Blog has published Josh Fox’s Winter Forecast. Check it out.
A Choice Excerpt…
“Temperatures will thus fall in the normal to perhaps slightly above normal range. Snowfall on the other hand will be outstanding and I am going to predict the snowiest winter since the blog began and will include one lone epic period similar to what happened in February of 2007 and Christmas/New Years 2002-2003. Snowfall in the end will exceed 300 inches. “