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Weathermodels.com is a new professional forecasting service for weather enthusiasts and companies that rely on superior weather forecasting tools.

It is the home of Dr. Ryan Maue’s (COO with weather.us) model maps, and will host new inventions that push the boundaries of modern weather forecasting.

Weathermodels.com North America focuses on the North American realm and will feature only some international maps, so it is best suited for people interested in weather that mainly takes place in the US, Canada and Mexico. However - there will be an international version of this website coming out soon that will shift its focus to international areas.

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Latest Blog Posts

Chris Accelerates NE, Heat Dome Continues To Limit Severe Storm Activity, SW Monsoon Now Well Underway

Hello everyone! With a generally quiet pattern in place across the US, this post will be a collection of shorter notes on a few lower impact systems. Hurricane Chris has accelerated NE off the East Coast, and will move ashore in Newfoundland today. Its only remaining US impacts will be in the form of rip currents along the Northeast Coast. Farther west, the ridge of high pressure responsible for the early month heatwave has moved back towards the Midwest, with thunderstorm activity confined to its northern fringe. Even farther west, the annual SW Monsoon is well underway across the Desert


TS Chris To Intensify Off The East Coast This Week, No Direct US Impacts Expected

Hello everyone! Tropical Storm Chris is spinning just a couple hundred miles southeast of the Outer Banks of North Carolina this morning, and is expected to intensify into a hurricane as it accelerates northeastward over the coming days. An upper level trough will kick the storm out to sea, and no direct impacts are expected for the US East Coast, though high surf will pose a threat indirectly via rip currents. The storm will either make landfall on or pass very close to the east coast of Nova Scotia this coming weekend, bringing rain and wind impacts there. GOES-East satellite