March Will Enter Like a Lion

February 28, 2018 by Daphne Thompson
Topics:   WeatherOps |

Can you believe that March starts tomorrow? There is an old proverb that says "If March comes in like a lion, it will go out like a lamb." The thought is that if you have a severe start to the month, it should end calmly. Well, for those on the east coast, the weather is preparing to roar.

Viewing the WeatherOps precipitation forecast, you can see a massive storm developing in the Atlantic Ocean. This deep low-pressure system is expected to bring not only heavy rain but also strong winds.

WeatherOps Precipitation ForecastFor those in the Great Lakes on Thursday, winter weather is expected in the form of rain showers before turning to snow as cold air enters the area. By Friday, the low-pressure system will be causing problems for all those along the northeast coast. Strong winds will make for dangerous travel due to blowing snow.

Low Pressure System off the East Coast in Early March 2018

This intense storm system would be hazardous for any ships in the Atlantic. One cruise line that won't have to worry as much about the weather is Royal Caribbean. As one of our clients, they receive specialized WeatherOps forecasts for the routes of their ships.

WeatherOps provides a robust, straightforward way to help you make critical decisions for any company asset. With customized weather alerts and thresholds, you can be assured you're presented with the information you need. Our meteorologists are ready to assist with immediate threats and their potential impacts. As March roars into April and May, now is the time to make sure you are prepared for the severe weather to come. 

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Daphne Thompson

Daphne is the Content Marketing Manager. Her prior experience includes working at the National Weather Center, Norman Emergency Management, and National Weather Service. With a degree in Meteorology from OU and previous outreach experience, she is able to bridge the gap between science and the general public.