I literally cannot stop weather nerding today! But this is a must see!
As you all may know, we have a weather station located in NW Ulster County, we have added high def video to our arsenal in an attempt to add another level of detail to our weather observations and forecast. We have temp/dewpoint/wind speed, wind gusts, wind direction and wetbulb, all have been time stamped (blue dot with time) with the time in which each gauge picked up on the cold front passage. Then to add an extra layer of epic, I have attached a time lapse of that same period. Camera points west, notice the advection fog moving north to south as warm air moves over the cold snow pack. Now also notice the general motion of the clouds is west to east (towards the camera) at 38 seconds on the time lapse we are at 12:52PM or the exact time stamp on each weather gauge. Watch as the cold front, sweeps away the dense advection fog, turns up and mixes the atmosphere and briefly drags the entire flow north to south, not until after its passage does the atmosphere reset and the flow return to a west to east direction. Truly amazing to see todays weather on so many detailed levels.. Hope you enjoy… Switch video to HD in the bottom right corner..