October was much less snowy than it should have been in the Continental United States. Here's a map I made of normal October snowfall (colors) vs. October 2010 snowfall, as reported by the official climate stations in AccuWeather's database. As you can see, the coverage of non-zero reports is much smaller than it should have been.
Denver had no snow, something that hasn't happened in 88.5% of previous years of record. Flakes haven't been seen at all in most of the country. I'm not sure how much snow Montreal, Quebec, Canada normally has by now but I bet it's a lot more than the 1.2" they got at the end of October.
Reed Timmer was headed back to Oklahoma to storm chase when he decided last-minute to chase supercell storms in the Catskill Mountains. I've got the full video.
Typhoon Dolphin brought extreme conditions to the islands of Guam and Rota today. Here's how it looked on radar.
On Monday, I documented a big thunderstorm on camera, 3-D radar and high-res satellite.
Wednesday's tornado outbreak was epic and it brought into question whether tornado shelters are safe -- because of a new problem: Flooding.
I haven't blogged lately, but you can see my previous blogs at the bottom of this page. Here are the latest "quick snippets" that I'm putting out on Social Media.
A huge thunderstorm dropped up to a foot of hail in Sydney, Australia earlier today and residents took to social media to show their photos.