There is much speculation and with good reason that a big storm is on the way for Pennsylvania this weekend. It is too far out to say exactly what is coming but we do see agreement with the models. We are preparing an in depth post about this weekends storm but are waiting to see some more model runs first. Rest assured we have known about the current storm for several days. But today the models have gone to a solution that we think is probable at this point. But no storm has taken shape yet. If you want coverage of all the model runs with a synopsis I just came across a great link on twitter. It is an excellent article by Quincy Vagell over at WXedge.com “click here to read his article”. His article breaks down all the models and possible tracks for the forecast time period.
While some may call this a noreaster it is actually tropical in nature and should get a name from the National Hurricane Center at some point if the forecast verifies. At that point we would get a much more detailed synopsis of the direction because they would provide the cone for impacts. Below is a model run. The storm is very clear off the coast of North Carolina. We are only posting this to show you some of what the models are saying for this storm. We will post a complete forecast later this week when we can see where this goes. We are creating a twitter feed for hurricane Sandy because it may have impacts in Pennsylvania. We are posting it at the top of our homepage next to the twitter follow link. We will post daily on this storm until this weekend so we can keep you up-to-date on the new model runs.