WEATHER THIS WEEK: December 1-7

WEATHER THIS WEEK: December 1-7

Forecast by Zachary Jacomowitz Hello, Rockland County! Can you believe it? Friday marks the beginning of meteorological winter, which runs through February 28. This period is denoted for meteorologists because it makes it easier to study seasonal data and records rather than follow the typical astronomical seasons, which begin and end mid-month. Anyway, here is […]

WEATHER THIS WEEK: November 10-16

WEATHER THIS WEEK: November 10-16

Your weekly forecast by Zachary Jacomowitz Hello, Rockland County! It feels like winter out there this week thanks to a fresh Arctic airmass. With that said, will this cold be here to stay? Let’s find out in the forecast! Friday: Partly cloudy and cold. A stray snow flurry is possible. High near 30° after a […]

WEATHER THIS WEEK: November 3-9

WEATHER THIS WEEK: November 3-9

Your Weekly Forecast by Zachary Jacomowitz Hello, Rockland County! I hope that your Halloween was safe and spooky! On a serious note, I’d like to extend my thoughts and prayers to the victims, families, and friends of the heinous terror attack in Manhattan earlier in the week. Onto the forecast. Friday: Increasing clouds. Mild, with […]

WEATHER THIS WEEK: October 20 – 26

WEATHER THIS WEEK: October 20 – 26

Your weekly forecast by Zachary Jacomowitz   Hello, Rockland County! I hope that your week has gone well. The area experienced its first frost of the season, but a pleasantly mild weekend is on tap. Let’s get right to the forecast!   Friday: Mostly sunny skies with highs near 70° after a morning low near […]

WEATHER THIS WEEK: July 21 – 27

WEATHER THIS WEEK: July 21 – 27

Forecast by Zachary Jacomowitz Hello, Rockland County! I hope that your week has been nothing short of great. The weather sure has been hot, muggy, and uncomfortable, especially for those of you spending time outdoors. Well, let’s take a look at the forecast to see what the end of July holds in store. Showers move […]

Weather Satellites: A Critical Piece of Our Nation’s Infrastructure

By Dr. Elbert W. (Joe) Friday, Jr. Severe weather swept the country this winter. New England was recently buried under one of the worst blizzards in recorded history, while crippling snow storms shut down large portions of the Midwest. Fortunately, officials and businesses in those regions knew the storms were coming and were able to […]