Weather

By Blake Cotcamp Meteorology Intern Summary: The long, harsh winter for the Eastern United States is still going strong, as March will be welcomed in by a potent, late season winter storm that is expected to affect the eastern half of the country. The storm system that brought much-needed rain to California is expected to […]

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Since late last year, shippers have struggled with both a serious shortage of container chassis, as well as port congestion at the nation’s largest ports.  These two challenges are inter-related and have been especially severe at the nations’s busiest ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach and New York/New Jersey. Matters have been compounded on the East […]

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  Updated 1/22/2104:  As of this morning, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reports that all U.S. airports are operating normally and experiencing minimal flight delays. Road conditions remain hazardous for ground transport, but are passable in most areas.   WINTER WEATHER ALERT:  Air & Surface Logistics is monitoring another strong winter storm system as it […]

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Global Weather Synopsis for the Week of 11/24/2013: Winter Arrives in North America By Blake Cotcamp Meteorology Intern Summary: In this Weekly Weather Forecast for Shipping, many parts of the globe will see their first snowfall of the season this week as winter begins to set in throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Of particular note for this […]

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Global Weather Synopsis for the Week of 11/03/2013 By Blake Cotcamp Meteorology Intern SPECIAL BULLETIN:  Super Typhoon Haiyan Threatens Philippines with Extreme Damage May be Strongest Tropical Cyclone on Record Updated: 11/06/13 – 11:30pm EST Source:  NOAA Summary: In the western Pacific, Super Typhoon Haiyan threatens to bring extreme devastation to the Philippines and will impact Vietnam […]

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