Top Visited Pages in 2013
||Weather By State
||Southern U.S. Mosaic
Most of our visitors are from Ohio, but it is not as dominant as it used to be. Behind Ohio we get the most visitors from the following states (in order): Arizona, New York, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Illinois, California, Florida & Georgia.
Thank you for the opportunity to serve you this past year. 2013 saw a new design and a complete overhaul of how we deliver and present our products. As always, if you have any suggestions or requests, please do not hesitate to contact us.
— Phil Birnie
- January 19, 2014 - Fixed accounts so that you don't have to login as often; cookies should last one year and are no longer tied to IP address. (I.e. if you are using a phone or laptop and go elsewhere, you should still be logged in).
- January 18, 2014 - Add help menu with contact form. Modified menu so that it is easier to see on most browsers
- January 18, 2014 - Numerous server upgrades and fixes.
- June 2, 2013 - Switched Satellite products to GOES-14 due to GOES-13 outage.
- May 12, 2013 - Added Severe Wx related model products to Severe Wx landing page."
Overnight: scattered showers and a slight chance of an isolated thunderstorm, low in the lower 50s. Tuesday: showers ending in the morning, decreasing cloudiness in the afternoon, high in the mid 60s, wind north 5-15 m.p.h. Tuesday night: mostly clear skies, low in the upper 40s. Wednesday: sunny, high in the lower 70s, wind variable 3-8 m.p.h.
Scattered showers behind a cold front will move across Central Ohio during the overnight hours. As the cold front moves east of the state on Tuesday morning, the source of rising motion will also go with it and the showers should come to an end. A high pressure system centered over Iowa will move eastward slowly and sinking motion on the eastern side of the high will produce a decrease in the cloudiness later on Tuesday. The center of the high will be near Ohio on Wednesday and provide sunnier skies and light winds. Once the center of the high moves east of us, southerly winds will gradually bring warmer temperatures back into the area for the end of the week. ***Hurricane Edouard*** At 11:00 a.m. EDT on Tuesday the center of Hurricane Edouard was located at latitude 31.1N and longitude 57.8W which put it about 420 miles east-southeast of Bermuda and about 1060 miles east-southeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina and about 1720 miles west of Fayal Island in the Azores. Edouard was moving toward the north-northwest at 13 m.p.h. The maximum sustained wind speed was 115 m.p.h. and the minimum surface pressure was 955 mb. Edouard is now a Category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Scale which makes it the first Major Hurricane of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season. Edouard is the first hurricane to reach Major Hurricane status over the Atlantic basin since Hurricane Sandy was briefly a Major Hurricane south of Cuba in 2012. **Eastern North Pacific Tropical Storm Odile** At 11:00 a.m. EDT on Tuesday the center of Tropical Storm Odile was located at latitude 28.4N and longitude 113.2W which put it about 40 miles southeast of Bahia de Los Angeles and about 85 miles west-southwest of Bahia Kino, Mexico. Odile was moving toward the north-northwest at 9 m.p.h. The maximum sustained wind speed was 60 m.p.h. and the minimum surface pressure was 994 mb. A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for the portion of the coast from Puerto San Andresito to San Jose de Las Palomas. A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for the portion of the coast from Loreto to San Felipe. A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for the portion of the coast from Huatabampito to Puerto Penasco. A Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for the portion of the coast from Bahia de Los Angeles to San Quintin. **Eastern North Pacific Tropical Storm Polo** A new tropical storm has formed south of Mexico. At 11:00 a.m. EDT on Tuesday the center of Tropical Storm Polo was located at latitude 12.8N and longitude 99.4W which put it about 285 miles south of Acapulco, Mexico. Polo was moving toward the northwest at 12 m.p.h. The maximum sustained wind speed was 40 m.p.h. and the minimum surface pressure was 1005 mb. The government of Mexico has issued a Tropical Storm Watch for the portion of the coast from Zihuatenajo to Cabo Corrientes.