National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Accumulating Snow Possible Monday Night into Tuesday

A strong storm system will bring rain late Sunday night into Monday followed by snow Monday night into Tuesday. Accumulations will occur first on grassy and elevated surfaces, but some slick spots on the roadways become possible by late Monday night and into the Tuesday morning commute. Read More >

For more information on these projects or ongoing research at NWS RLX, please contact Science and Operations Officer (SOO) Jeff Hovis or Science Team Lead Nick Webb

 

 

Publications and Presentations
Below, you will find links to research projects focused on meteorological phenomena and events that impact the local region. This page is under construction and will be updated with new information as it becomes available.
 
Severe Weather
 
Cooper, D.T., and A.J. Vorst, 2016: Assessing the utility of normalized rotation in detecting tornado development in the Allegheny Front
Webb, N.W., and Mike Zwier: RLX Severe Weather Climatology
Winter Weather
 
Ingredients for heavy snow for the RLX CWA from Nor'easters
Hydrology
 
Webb, N.W.: Development of a Flash Flood Potential Index for NWS RLX CWA (more details coming soon!)
Weather and Society
 
McMullen, F.W.: Social Impacts of Graphical Forecasts