Low Pressure Strengh [US/South Canada]
1000-1010mb=Weak Low Pressure
990-1000mb=Moderate Low Pressure
975-990mb=Strong Low Pressure
960-975mb=Very Strong Low Pressure
<960mb=Historically/Near Historically Strong Low Pressure
High Pressure Strengh [Eastern US/SE Canada/Western Atlantic]
1015-1020mb=Weak High Pressure
1020-1025mb=Moderate High Pressure
1025-1035mb=Strong High Pressure
>1035mb=Very Strong High Pressure
[Central/Western US/N/EPacific/Southern Canada]
1015-1020mb=Nuisance High Pressure
1020-1025mb=Weak High Pressure
1025-1035mb=Moderate High Pressure
1035-1045mb=Strong High Pressure
>1045mb=Very Strong High Pressure
Storm Track [US/South Canada]
Coastal Storm/Miller A=LP that is just off the coast of the EUS and has an effect to the Major Cities, must not exit right.
Supressed Storm=LP that doesn't make it to 40N or doesnt effect anyone in the VA to ME areas.
Inland Runner=LP that travels between the Atlantic Coastline and the Appalachians.
Appalachian Runner=LP that travels somewhere between 1-81 and WV/West PA.
Great Lakes Cutter=LP that travels over the Great Lakes.
Miller B=LP that travels through the MW/GL and then hits the Atlantic and strenghens.
Alberta Clipper=LP from Canada.
Temperature Departure Daily [Oct to Mar]
-2 to +2=Normal/Average
+2 to +5=Slightly Above Average
+5 to +15=Above Average
+15 to +25=Way Above Average
>+25=Record/Near Record High Temperatures
-2 to -5=Slightly Below Average
-5 to -15=Below Average
-15 to -25=Way Below Average
<-25=Record/Near Record Low Temperatures
[Apr to Sep]
-1 to +1=Normal/Average
+1 to +4=Slightly Above Average
+4 to +10=Above Average
+10 to +15=Way Above Average
>+15=Record/Near Record High Temperatures
-1 to -4=Slightly Below Average
-4 to -10=Below Average
-10 to -15=Way Below Average
<-15=Record/Near Record Low Temperatures
-0.5 to +0.5=Average/Near Average
+0.5 to +2=Slightly Above Average
+2 to +5=Above Average
>+5=Way Above Average/Record High
-0.5 to -2=Slightly Below Average
-2 to -5=Below Average
<-5=Way Below Average/Record Low