The Blog News page contains a list of the latest updates to the blog, including any features added or removed.

 


March 18, 2015: The blog is entering a period of reconstruction, including the Model Page, Storm Archives and additional short-term forecast products, which will be renovated over the coming days.

January 1, 2015: The number of forecast zones in the 8-day forecast has been doubled from 24 to 48, to account for localized variations in elevation and observed conditions within county borders.

November 21, 2014: The 8-day forecast page has been completely redesigned, with a more visual format and a 7-day forecast graphic for each county in the area.

June 21, 2014: A new 8-day forecast text product is available, generating forecasts for each of the current 7 forecast zones by entering a city name or zip code.

December 28, 2013:A probability of precipitation table has been added to the blog, under the 8-day forecast menu option.

November 23, 2013: All storm archives for the winter of 2012-13 have been published.

November 21, 2013: Since the 7-day forecast extension, it has occasionally been updated through the 8-day range; as such, the official outlook has now been extended to an 8-day forecast.

October 23, 2013: Regional radar archives from the National Weather Service are now being added to selected storms in the Storm Archives section. Currently, radar archives have been added for the February 8-9, 2013 blizzard, and will be added for additional selected storms in the future.

September 20, 2013: After 2 weeks of an experimental run, and from the feedback received, the 5-day forecast page has been officially extended to a 7-day forecast.

September 6, 2013: Experimental 7-day forecasts are now being posted as an extension to the original 5-day forecast. This trial run will continue through late September, when it will be decided whether to officially extend the 5-day forecast to a 7-day forecast.

August 15, 2013: The 5-Day Forecast page now includes a brief summary of the daily forecast discussion. This is useful if the forecast discussion is very long, or for those looking for a quick forecast update.

August 14, 2013: All posts in 2013 have been updated to the new blog format.

July 23, 2013: NYC Area Weather switched to a new format. Posts are now categorized, and a new Resources section was added containing a list of useful weather sites and information, as well as a Weather Model page.

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  1. Eli Reply

    You did in fact mention the snowfall uncertainty in your Monday updates.Your honesty and integrity is much appreciated. Keep up your excellent work.

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