My work is being done for my company to come out rolling the billions at some point. It will be hard to sustain a tremendous amount of growth business wise with just myself working full-time with this business venture, my working name is JWN Productions. It is a high rolling company in the works, I could always use some freelance writers who are looking for work full-time or part-time, remember we only get paid when the customers are buying the finished published products. I am currently working on the Awakening Dawn novels, I figured I should work hard on the original money making ideas and finished them before I go on to other projects. If I roll my dice correctly, I could be paying my future roads for years with the first franchise. Then the other franchise novel series will be for fun and not so much business, but I want to make as much money as possible, it will take hard work and around the clockwork. I am prepared to do what it takes to big it huge in this world. I will be famous someday for hard work and creativeness.
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A few massive snowstorms have gained the respectability that every storm wants to gain. The last few blizzards to strike the SNE region have not lived up to their predecessors. The Blizzard of 2005 and 2015 are two storms that come to mind that blow everyone away when it comes to wind gusts and snowfall amounts in Harwich, MA. When it comes to intensity of snowfall the Blizzard of 2005 is second to none, while the duration of the storm the blizzard of 2015 wins out. Also wind gusts 2005 wins out over 2015 as Nantucket lost power as an 86mph wind gust hit the island, while Nantucket didn't lose power to the island in the 2015 storm where a 78mph gust ended up hitting the island. As for snowfall amounts as I said earlier, the Blizzard of 2005 beat out the Blizzard of 2015 by two inches, 35" to 33" respectively.
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Second guess snowfall map
This is my first call snow map for the March 21st Nor'easter this week Wednesday
Models come in aggressive with storm development on Wednesday through Thursday of this upcoming week, stay tuned for snow maps once they are needed
There is currently a split chance at a snowstorm with this upcoming week, stay tuned for further updates, I will have more after the 12z runs tomorrow afternoon.
I am going to start working on a new short story, an extension of the first short story, "A love Story" the story of Marie and Walter living their dream lives in SW Florida. Check out the first short story below. Become a fan and interact with the author, JWN Productions, in the comment section, ask him questions.
Here is my latest map, this storm is combination of Juno and Blizzard of 2005
Here is my third and final snow map for the Nor'easter tonight into Wednesday morning, 24 hour duration of snow, 24-30" in the jack pot zones likely, widespread 12-18" in all of eastern New England, snowfall rates may exceed 3-4"/hour, thundersnow potential is real, whiteout conditions will run rampant, high of around 35F and low around 28F on Tuesday for the Cape Cod area. Blizzard warnings are likely later this afternoon once the 12z package rolls through. Big potential for top three snowfall in Harwich, MA. My snowfall map is for New England only
Here is the first snow map for the March 12-14th Nor'easter, looks colder than previous two nor'easters so there is a heavy snow component unlike the last two, and a very serious wind component which could bring hurricane force wind gusts to Cape Cod and the Islands during the day Tuesday with blizzard conditions at the same time due to heavy falling snow, accumulations east of CT look very reasonable SW CT gets the least amount this go around.
A monster storm is beginning to organize over the Northern PLains to the Southeastern US states this afternoon, a large energetic disturbance is causing a southwesterly jet to enhance precipitation across the Southeast, a large plume of low level moisture sits off the southwestern Peninsula of Florida at this time in the form of major thunderstorms producing a lot of rain. Cold air is coming southward from the arctic region in the form of an upper level trough this trough will enter the US tomorrow morning in the form of a potential closed off upper level low, the newest 12z models produce 1-2' of snow for the Cape and Islands, before all said and done central MA and CT will receive 1-2' while the eastern MA and RI coastlines will receive the most snow from this storm, this looks like an all snow event on all models. 2-3' looks more probable at this time, this is a high end snowstorm event with wind potentially reaching hurricane force in gusts, stay tuned!
This is my only snowfall map for the Noreaster of March 7-8th 2018. Thundersnow is apparent in NJ and NYC and especially in the warm conveyor belt south of SNE where lightning is immense underneath very cold cloud tops where convection is. these heavier snow rates will bring down the cold air from the 850mb layer of the atmosphere and lead to potential snowfall over the Cape and Islands tonight the R/S line will crash southeast as the surface low is forecasted to move southeast of Nantucket and Chatham and is being reported as east of the 20z analysis of the 12z/18z NAM runs and 12z RGEM run, this should bode well for the Cape and Islands as this will keep the 925mb 0C line southeast of the area and should promote dynamic cooling to the surface, we shall see, otherwise there is another nor'easter on the models for Monday of next week that looks a little more dangerous than this storm tonight. We shall see! Current observations: Harwich, MA 38F temp, ENE wind gusty, and raining
Here is my final snowfall map for tonight's snow storm
A significant snowstorm is likely for Southern New England on Sunday. Snowfall amounts near 6-10" is likely from NE PA to Boston, MA, on the immediate coastline temps will be closer to freezing so snowfall will be wetter consistency and therefore lesser amounts than slightly inland where I have 6-8" from west of 128 to NYC and Long Island, NY. Snowfall map below:
A snow and wind threat exists on Saturday into Sunday from PA to SNE. Stay tuned for the latest details.
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Right now the pattern supports a cold and snowy regime with the PNA staying positive throughout the month, while the NAO stays positive, which means a rather progressive regime stays in place and we will likely see an oscillating AO pattern which produces some polar vortex lobes of energy to phase into the southern stream disturbances and that is how we get our nor'easters. I am still suspect thinking on the Monday storm, right now models have a second piece of energy phasing into the eastern US troughing just as the cold front tries to clear the New England coastline. NAM is west with the frontal zone and therefore the track of the surface low, while the GFS/CMC are further offshore with the secondary low. EURO somewhere offshore as well, but this model has done absolutely nothing but kill itself in this range, which is 48 hours out. Stay tuned, I think Monday event could trend better for South Coast of New England including the Cape and Islands.
Snow threats along with a wind threat exists on Monday while a snow threat exists on Friday. Increasing model support for a 3-6/4-8" event like the one on Tuesday for Friday and a bigger event 6-12"+ on Monday into Tuesday of next week Monday. Stay tuned to the forecasts as they will be increasingly likely for a significant event on Monday and a solid event on Friday. Trough in the east and ridge in the west pattern will continue throughout February
This is my final map for this snowstorm. Not as widespread with the snowfall amounts, 12:1 ratios make sense as it will get colder throughout the storm. Ocean enhancement/effect snows will add to the amounts over mid and outer Cape Cod. Not buying latest NAM run as the hires NAM shows significant accumulations for the south shore, Cape and Islands. Winds might be a problem with the fluffy snowfall. Blizzard like conditions will hamper travel tomorrow night into the morning hours on Tuesday. I will get video of the heavy snow as 1"/hour snowfall rates are possible for a time Tuesday morning.
Rain will start off our Sunday morning and will either stop entirely on Sunday night and then start as Snowfall on Monday afternoon. It will fall heavily for a few hours as there is decent lift in the Dendrite Snow Growth zone over the Cape and Islands, if the west trend continues into the 12z runs tomorrow afternoon hours then we could see more than 8" on the Outer Cape and Nantucket. This is my final snow map as this is the most likely amounts.
12z and 18z models beginning to indicate a secondary shortwave riding up the coastline forming a coastal storm on the frontal boundary and could become quite potent
-winter storm threat is increasing as models gain confidence in what disturbance will do what on Sunday through Tuesday
-Snow threat remains high, models increasing precipitation into the region as a frontal boundary plows offshore and the coastal low develops into a powerful nor'easter
-as Nor'easter develops a potentcy wind threat increases out of the northeast
- as nor'easter strengthens coastal flooding becomes a threat
-Please stay tuned to the latest updates from the Taunton NWS WFO
**Winter Storm Alert**
- development of a coastal nor'easter is becoming possible in the day 5-7 time frame
- cold air looks to reenter the region as a cold front passes through sometime between the 27th and 28th of January followed by a nor'easter threat around the 29th
- Region in most danger is Southern and Northern New England
-danger level is low at this time, due to uncertainty, stay tuned!
I could see how Cape Cod could end up with more snow from both systems than say Springfield MA if the coastal storm on Wednesday takes a more southeasterly path
This map is the combined storm threats the next four days, I included the Thursday storm because I believe that the models will come northwest with the coastal storm on Thursday enough to add a few inches to the forecast for Cape Cod. I believe 12"+ will occur on the Cape, south and north shores of Boston, MA as this is combining all three events which it looks like all three will contribute 3-6" of snow to this part of the region. Most of the rest of the region will be 6-9 or 9-12" from the Wednesday event alone. Coastline gets their snow Wednesday into Thursday from two likely different events
Three snow threats this week, all pointed out in the two graphics below the second one to the right is the dual coastal storm threat combined snow fall totals expected