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Nor’easter Forecasted Before Mainstream Media; Ice, Snow, and Even A Tornado

Thursday, February 13, 2014 11:32
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( – A major nor’easter was progged by me on February 9th, nearly 24 hours before other sites or agencies started looking into the higher chance this would hit.  Even on February 10th forecasters were out to lunch and as I always say when I sound an alarm you need to think about listening.  Read below for details on how.

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This article predicted a March 1993 like system.  That system brought heavy snowfall to parts of AL/TN/WV/NC/VA and of course the entire East Coast inland up through New England.  This system; although was not as deep in pressure, was a lot similar.  In the article linked I predicted severe thunderstorms with a chance of tornadoes.  That also happened across Florida on Wednesday.  Here are the event timelines of my forecast.

I may be last or first to call a forecast.  However I will not call on a forecast unless I have a high confidence rate.  I do not issue products unless I have confidence in a forecast.  I issue my own tornado, ice, flood, and other such products.  These products are issued via an e-mail alert system for state areas that you may be near or in.  You can sign up to this free service where thousands have already done so.

On February 10 at 1:45pm Eastern Time I went ahead and issued the Ice Storm Warning.  This warning was for LA/MS/AL/GA/SC/ and NC.  Atlanta was hit with over 0.25″+ of ice, and Eastern Georgia into Western half of South Carolina hit was 1.00″ of ice.  This with directly within my yellow outline.  This was my own ice storm warning, not issued elsewhere.


The next alert issued over the alert system was on Wednesday.  While NOAA issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch an hour after, I decided an hour before to get my official Tornado Watch out.  This watch was issued over the alert system.  A tornado was spotted and did damage just northwest of Sebring, FL, in Polk County, thus verifying the watch.  Again, this was my own watch and everything I do is custom.


The nor’easter is still ongoing now, with the secondary band rotating through VA/NC at the moment.  It will move through New England later on this evening and tonight and breakout in heavy snowfall across that area.  Updates will continue to be made on my Facebook page for those there and also over the alert system if needed.

Thank you for following my work and I hope to continue making these responsible, correct, and life-saving forecasts for you.


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