Cold air damming occurs when a cold dome of high pressure settles over northeastern New England. The clockwise circulation around the high pressure center brings northeasterly winds to the mid Atlantic region. The northeasterly winds bank cold air against the eastern slopes of the Appalachian Mountains.
Tweet Vote on HN Some severe storms hit St Clair during the afternoon with hail, very heavy rain and some […]
Tweet Vote on HN Insane Supercell Structure Dumas, Texas May 18 2010 Impressive Supercell in the Texas Panhandle near Dumas […]