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  • New York was spared, but New England got slammed....

    Janice Dean | Meteorologist

    Hi everyone

    Well, I’m sure you’ve all heard that the forecasters were WRONG about New York city, Philly and parts of eastern Jersey.  The forecast was off by 35-50 miles.  I’m starting to get a much thicker skin after today…

    Here’s my interview with Gretchen Carlson earlier today about what happened…

    Let me know what you think.  Hope you’re all doing well…


  • Epic Snowstorm for the Northeast Monday-Wednesday

    Janice Dean | Meteorologist

    Hi everyone

    There is big weather news this week for the Northeast.  We have a clipper system moving across the Ohio valley will turn into a very strong coastal storm Monday-Wednesday for the 1-95 corridor.

    2-6 inches of snow will fall over the Ohio Valley today, and then once the system reaches the Atlantic coast, the moisture will increase, the storm will strengthen and give us the potential for a substantial snowstorm/blizzard for the  Northeast.

    Right now,  it’s a safe bet we’ll see  4-8 inches over Maryland into Southern PA while a swath of 6-12 + will accumulate from New Jersey to eastern Massachusetts.   Some computer models are suggesting up to 18+  for parts of NJ – New York, CT, Massachusetts including New York City.  Blizzard watches are in place for Long Island up into eastern CT, RI and MA.

    The snow will start Monday morning and continue into Tuesday and Wednesday for New England.   Some areas could see 30 inches of snow with winds of over 50 mph.

    Stay tuned!

    Meanwhile, it’s also worth reporting that the Central U.S will be enjoying warmer than average temperatures (20-30 degrees above average!)


  • A one-two punch for the Northeast

    Janice Dean | Meteorologist

    Hello everyone!

    We’ve got an interesting winter storm set up for the Northeast coast over the next couple of days. Our first storm is still bringing a mix of wintry weather including freezing rain and snow.

    Some areas could get close to a foot before the system exits on Sunday.

    We’ll then be watching another quick moving storm across the Midwest and Midatlantic through Monday.

    This storm could be much more intense , and bears watching for major travel disruptions.

    Meanwhile, the The central U.S. continues to enjoy warmer than average temperatures.  In some cases, highs will be 20-30 degrees above average:

    I’ll have another update tomorrow for the latest on the Sunday/Monday winter storm!  Be safe everyone.



    Janice Dean | Meteorologist

    Hi All

    We’re watching a couple of storms this weekend.  One that will impact the Northeast on Friday/Saturday and then another early next week.  Stay tuned…

    For now, you can chime in on whatever is on your mind!


  • Snow deficit across the Northeast

    Janice Dean | Meteorologist

    Hi everyone!

    We had a terrible day on the roads yesterday across the Northeast with hundreds of accidents due to freezing rain and wintry weather.  I suppose it could’ve been a lot worse if people were trying to travel on a workday!

    Thankfully, we have a quiet next few days across the U.S.   The Northeast will have improving weather as the Coastal storm exits with more seasonal highs, however, we’re watching a new system move in on Wednesday which could give us a quick shot of snow:

    We haven’t had a lot of snow this year, and many big cities are experiencing a snow “deficit”

    There’s a lot more winter to get through, so stay tuned!

    Meanwhile, folks across the Central U.S and Deep south are enjoying warmer than average temperatures today!

    Elsewhere across the country, a  cold front will bring showers and some mountain snow to the Northwest and Rockies with clearing skies and average temperatures coming Tuesday.

    Hope you all had a great weekend!


about this blog

  • Janice Dean joined FOX News Channel in January 2004 and currently serves as Senior meteorologist. She is a member of the American Meteorological Society and was awarded the AMS Seal of Approval in 2009. Dean is the author of the forthcoming children's book, "Freddy the Frogcaster" (Regnery Kids) which will be published in August. You can also follow Janice on Twitter.