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December 2, 2019

We've seen our shares of ups and downs over the last few months. December marks the beginning of 'meteorological winter' - the time period when we typically have the coldest temperatures (December through February). However, the start of December is going to be on the 'mild' side. This comes after the weekend storm that dropped snow across the Midwest. Here's the latest snowfall totals from that storm -

 An impressive storm with over a foot in spo...

December 1, 2019

CONSIDER THE VALUE PLEASE...TSwails.com continues to be a leader in catching and forecasting the trends of our extreme weather pattern the past few weeks. It takes a great deal of commitment, passion, and knowledge to stay on top of the swings. Now that I'm no longer in television, this is my job and that's the reason I'm asking for a voluntary subscription fee of $12 dollars a year, one dollar a month to keep TSwails going. Together we can creat...

November 25, 2019

PLEASE CONSIDER THE VALUE...TSwails.com has been far ahead of the competition in catching and forecasting the trends of our extreme weather the past few weeks. It takes a great deal of commitment, passion, and knowledge to do that. Now that I'm no longer in television, this is my job and that's the reason I'm asking for a voluntary subscription fee of $12 dollars a year, one dollar a month to keep TSwails going. Together we can create one of the...

November 24, 2019

Meteorology is all about trends. Models are constantly updating and giving us more data to look at. We can't just take one model at it's face value, we have to examine the trends by taking in several runs of the models. So the latest trend has been taking next week's storm north and west.

 This latest trend could still change. The track may shift more to the northwest or possibly back to the southeast (it likely wouldn't shift too far SE). The rea...

November 18, 2019

PLEASE CONSIDER WHAT YOU'RE GETTING...

I hope you are aware of how far ahead of the competition TSwails has been in catching the trends of our early winter weather pattern. It takes a heck of a lot of commitment, passion, and knowledge to do that. This is now my job and that's why I'm asking for a voluntary subscription fee of $12 dollars a year, one dollar a month to keep TSwails going. Together we can create one of the best, most unique, and rel...

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