That’s what the radar shows right now. Outside the winds range from strong to scary. The rain is steady and horizontal. The storm rotates counterclockwise. If it had an eye, it would be on Boston.
New York, as you see, is getting snow. This illustrates this winter’s weird weather pattern. Mid-Atlantic states get buried in snow and ice while New England is South Carolina. We had a couple of snowstorms this winter, but none of the big ones the states south and west of here got. Mostly we’ve had rain. Lots of it. I’m sure most of the ski areas are watching their seasons wash away.
But somehow planes are landing and taking off at Logan. No delays, it says (and shows) here. Can’t be fun in those planes, though.
By the way, Intellicast.com rocks. Highly recommended for weather freaks. Not the best UI, but great images.
[Next morning…] Clear now in Boston, but an awful time to be flying into JFK or PHL:
Of the latter it says here, “Philadelphia Intl (KPHL) is currently experiencing inbound flights delayed at their origin an average of 3 hours 23 minutes due to snow and ice. (all delays).” And this new update for JFK:
John F Kennedy Intl (KJFK) is currently experiencing:
- all inbound flights being held at their origin until friday at 09:15a EST due to snow and ice
- inbound flights delayed at their origin an average of 5 hours 43 minutes due to snow and ice
All that is from FlightAware, another great site that can use some UI improvements. (Such as linkability to map sections.) Highly recommended if you want to track, say, inbound flights of persons you need to pick up at the airport.