Northeast Snowstorms - 2 Volume Set: Vol. I: Overview; Vol. II: The Cases
Northeast Snowstorms offers the most comprehensive treatment on winter storms ever compiled: more than 50 years of professional experience in the form of a two-volume compendium of insights, examples, photographs, over 200 color figures, and a DVD of added material.
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1993 Superstorm 20th century advection analyses anticyclones Appalachian Appalachian Mountains associated Atlantic Ocean baroclinic Blizzard Blizzard of 1996 Bosart Boston changeover chapter circulation coastline cold air confluence cyclogenesis cyclonic development December East Coast eastern England enhanced evolution February forecast freezing rain frontogenesis geopotential height heaviest snows heavy snow events heavy snowfall ice pellets ice storms interior snowstorms January jet streaks Least snowy seasons located low pressure center low-level major snowstorms March 1993 Superstorm mesoscale moderate snowstorms NESIS values Northeast snowstorms northeast United Northeast urban corridor northeastern United northeastward occurred patterns period potential vorticity precipitation rapid deepening ridge seasonal snowfall shown in Fig significant snowbands snowfall amounts snowfall distribution southern surface anticyclones surface cyclone surface low pressure temperature total snowfall tropopause troposphere trough axis trough-ridge Uccellini upper trough upper-level trough warm Washington weather wind speeds York City