Cold front in Midwest pushing east. Rain ahead of it...some wintry mix behind it. Lots of cold air funneling south...so East should get ready. Below...current morning temperatures - where you can easily see the cold front.....followed by threat of thunderstorms today in green...dark green has best chance.
Below...weather map for Thursday followed by predicted high temperatures. Big difference for The East and Northeast.
Finally - rainfall predictions from today into Monday.....keep the umbrella handy. Be safe.
The dividing line between cold west and warm east extends from Texas to Great Lakes to No. New England. The rain along that front will reload by weekend for the east....meanwhile after record highs in Northeast...some places will see ice Thursday night - especially northern half of New England. Below - current morning temperatures followed by today's area of thunderstorms in green.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days...followed by high temperatures for Wednesday....ending with amounts of rainfall for the next 5-7 days. Be safe.
Fronts moving south and east causing rain from Texas to Northeast. System in Northwest heads southeast and could bring a snowstorm to Northeast over weekend. Below - snowfall prediction for the next 5 days followed by high temperatures for Saturday.
Below - animated maps for the next couple....showing low to affect the Northeast. Below that....the models predict how much snow will fall....good luck on this one . Be safe..have a nice holiday weekend.
Waves of rain from The SOuthwest to East Coast into Friday. Very mild...lots of record highs will be broken today. System in No. Rockies will head southeast and could produce some snow for Mid Atlantic and Northeast this weekend. Back to mild weather thereafter. Below - animated maps for the next 2 days...followed by amounts of rain for next 5 days.
Below - look at high temperatures for Friday.
Below - closeup for Northeast this weekend. Models showing storm off Mid Atlantic - Saturday nite. Blue is snow - green is rain. The models are GFS/CANADIAN/GERMAN/EURO. Take your pick. Be safe.
Quiet pattern now...but will change. Mild weather working eastbound. Record warmth Thursday for the East then wet and colder by Friday.
Southern Storm could bring wintry weather to Northeast over weekend.
Below - threat of thunderstorms today in green...followed by high temperatures expected on Thursday.
Below - outlook for snowfall next 5 days....notice how the southern extent in Northeast moves south by weekend in the Northeast.
Much to early to predict snow for Northeast...but below are 2 models showing their take for Saturday night. They are - Canadian...& German.
We'll watch it. Be safe.
Satellite-radar shows rain in Midwest - headed east....otherwise a good portion of the Nation - mild. Below...snowfall forecast for next 5 days...along with current temperatures.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days followed by map for high temperatures on Wednesday. Thursday will be a very mild day for The East...lots of record temps will be broken. On the heels of that..a cold front moves off East Coast Friday and it gets colder Saturday. Sunday holds some question for the Northeast.
Finally a look at the predicted upper air flow over the next week. Trof out west...southwest flow East....that means where the trof is..winter -like..where the southwest flow it...March - like. Be safe.
Satellite + radar show Chicago snowstorm headed east and then turning Northeast. It will bring some snow to Northern New England but in a considerably weaker form. Moisture in the south heads northeast and rain is expected in the East from Saturday nite thru Sunday - heavy at times...which will result in local flooding there. Below - expected snowfall over the next 5 days....plus animated maps for the next couple.
Above - early morning conditions.....below - high temperatures to start your weekend...Saturday.
Below - upper air flow. Trof axis center Nation...thus they are getting the snow while the East is borderline. If that trof moves slight east...wintry weather will return to the east full blast. That may happen but only in spurts after next week. Have a nice weekend and be safe.
Front that affected East yesterday offshore but stalling with wet weather for the southeast. Next system coming out of Rockies brings a snowstorm to Midwest - Chicago around 6"....but when reaching the East this weekend will be mainly rain. Below - expected snowfall over the next 5 days.
Below - find high temperatures for Friday followed by animated maps for the next couple of days.
Winter storm moving from Ohio Valley to East today will bring up to a foot of snow to Northern half of Northeast...with a wintry mix changing to rain from Big citieslike Boston south to Washington D.C. Another snowstorm will hit Chicago By Friday....that storm will bring mostly rain to the East by Sunday. Below - expected snowfall next 24 hours & marginal threat of severe weather in Gulf States,
Below - a map showing high temperatures for Thursday....followed by animated maps for next couple of days. That will be followed by amounts of rain for next 24 hours. Be safe.
Satellite - radar shows the next front moving south and east and will bring rain changing to some wet snow to Northeast and Mid Atlantic.
Moisture from Pacific turns into Gulf and that will fuel the next storm for Sunday into Monday....bringing snow from Midwest to Northeast and Appalachians...with rain south. Below - snow forecast into Monday....followed by high temperatures for Friday.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days followed by amounts of rain for the next 5 days.
Below - 3 computer models with their take on The SuperBowl Storm. All of them agree that the I95 Corridor will be spared any heavy snow. While that may sound assuring...it's not carved in stone as far as I am concerned and alot could go wrong so stay tuned. Be safe.
Next cold front zipping across the Upper Midwest will head for the East late Thursday into Friday with rain changing to some snow before ending. Weekend starts cold..but another storm scooting down the Rockies will be a major player in SuperBowl weekend from west to east. Below - expected snowfall and rainfall for the next 5 days.
Below - Thursday's high temperatures....followed by animated maps for the next 2 days.
Won't spend alot of time on this now but superbowl weekend weather is anything but solid. Storm will definitely form in Gulf States...and track up the East Coast Sunday night into Monday. The track of the storm way out in left field by all models...nothing new. GFS wants to give us some snow..Canadian..less.....Euro - Rain. So far this winter the models have been anything but good...not even fair with storm prediction. In any event..if you are attending parties Sunday night - be prepared for weather to be a hazard especially east coast. Below - Sunday evening by the 3 models....take your pick.
A front stalled off East Coast will produce rain with a chance of wet snow on the northern edge from Mid Atlantic to New England into Tuesday...but amounts..if any - will be quite light. Snowshowers in Lakes and Ohio Valley ...new system in the Pacific Northwest. That one could be a troublemaker in the East by late week...more on that later this week. Below...amount of snow forecast over the next 5 days....followed by the animated maps for the next 2 days.
Below - high temperatures expected for Tuesday followed by amounts of rainfall over the next 7 days. Be safe.
Moisture over The Gulf heads north and east bringing some rain to East on Sunday. Most significant rain - southeastern state including Fla. Colder air follows early next week all spelling big time winter as February rolls in. Below - snow forecast for the next 5 days.
Below - expected high temperatures for your Saturday. Following that - animated maps for the next couple of days.
While there will be a clipper low for the East on Tuesday with some snow possible....a stronger cold front arrives late next Friday. Again - depending upon which model you look at....it may not be that impressive or it could be a big time winter event. Below - close up of GFS Model for next Friday for Northeast. Let's hope it is wrong. Have a nice weekend.
Satellite radar - not much happening except out west where next system is coming ashore. That system will bring rain to East on Sunday. Behind it..a bit unsettled with some rain and snowshowers. Another system heads east to reach the East coast next Friday...and that cold bring rain changing to snow as the pattern changes for first weekend of Feb. Below...animated maps for the next couple days.
Below - expected rainfall for the next 7 days. Be safe...
Aside from moisture streaking across the Gulf...and a new system in the West....it's a quiet map. Below - snow forecast for the next 5 days.
Below - animated maps for the next couple. A front moves across the Nation with mainly rain and showers ....reaching East Coast Sunday. Amounts of rainfall for the next 7 days should be light...also below.
Lastly....a view of current temps over N.America. Plenty of cold airbuilding in Canada...should seep into U.S. within 2 weeks. Be safe.
Winter storm moving through Great Lakes spinning rain and thunderstorms across Appalachians and to the East today. After that..it will calm down until the next front in Pacific makes it's way across the country...not reaching the East Coast until Sunday/Monday. Below...today's risk of severe thunderstorms in green for Mid Atlantic and Northeast.
Below - high temperatures expected for Wednesday....followed by animated maps for the next couple of days.
Below...GFS Model for 2 weeks out. A piece of the frigid air from Siberia will break off and begin to head into The U.S. The arctic front will carry with it rain and snow and then below zero readings will engulf the North Central States.....so for those of you who thought winter is over...forget it. Stay safe.
Major winter storm in Central Plains will bring heavy snow from Plains to Great Lakes....with severe thunderstorms in the south. The system moves east to bring mainly rain to the East Tuesday with some storms. Seasonably chilly behind the storm. Below - thunderstorm forecast for today...followed by snow forecast for the next 5 days.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days followed by amounts of rainfall for the next 5 days. We end with high temperatures expected for Tuesday. Be safe.
Look at this....morning temperatures...and no one is below zero....now that's a change and that's a thaw. These conditions should prevail much of next week. Below...satellite picture showing next storm in west which will be a big snow maker from Central Plains to Great Lakes - SUnday and Monday.
Below - chance of severe thunderstorms this weekend in areas of green and dark green - followed by animated maps for the weekend.
Below - expected snowfall over the next 5 days....followed by expected rainfall.
Finally...GFS Model for Tuesday....showing cold front moving into the east with rain...and some snow. In back of it...no much to worry about. Have a nice weekend.
East coast storms moving away....quiet and milder weather for much of the nation. System headed into the Rockies will become a major storm and bring big snows to Plains and Upper Midwest by Monday along with showers and thunderstorms from Plains eastward. Below ...temps expected for Friday......followed by rainfall over the next 5 days.
Below - animated maps for the next couple of days....again...mainly quiet.
Radar shows 2 bands of precip....first all rain...some of it heavy with thunderstorms....2nd - rain changes to ice and snow. All moving across the east today into Saturday. Below - current temperatures followed by projection for highs on Saturday.
Below - green represents chance of thunderstorms today...dark green - chance of severe.....followed by projection of snowfall and rainfall for the next 5 days.
Below - animated maps for the weekend.
A clipper low moves to east coast Tuesday/Wednesday. Euro models thinks this could be more dynamic and places more emphasis on Wed-into Thursday than Tuesday. We shall see. Below - the various models for this system....take your pick. Be safe - have a nice weekend.
Above - radar shows rain changing to snow across the Plains. Rain over the SOutheast and Ohio Valley into Northeast. Below - green areas indicate chance of thunderstorms today.
Below - snowfall predictions for next 5 days.....followed by animated maps for the next 2 days.
Above - temperatures expected by Saturday morning. Below - next Tuesday - clipper low reforming along mid Atlantic coast ...likely to bring snow to that area. More on that tomorrow. Be safe.
Radar shows rain from Great Lakes to Ohio Valley which will intensify by time it reaches East Coast on Friday. Snow and rain in Rockies reaches east by Saturday.
Green above...represents best chance of thunderstorms today. Below..amounts of snow expected next 5 days.
Above...maps show frontal system moving to east spreading rain ahead of it...snow in back of it. Low forming on front in Gulf States will head northeast and give parts of New England an ice storm this weekend. Below - amounts of rainfall over the next 7 days. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows a north-south area of snow..freezing rain and rain from Ohio Valley to Gulf. All moving to east coast by late today and out tonight. Southern rains will head north again late this week as it turns even milder. Colder air tries to return this weekend and depending upon how far south it reaches...ice could be a problem. Below - totals snowfall accumulation forecast......followed by temperatures for Tuesday.
Below - animated maps for the next couple of days followed by amounts of precipitation over the next 7 days.
Lastly - how temperatures will average over the next 7 days. Looks like the coldest weather Central....but will be headed eastbound. For now..be safe.
The Big Blizzard of yesterday is over the Canadian Maritimes providing plenty of wind and cold for the East. Rain and snow Pacific NW and Texas. The cold will dominate Northeast all weekend. Below - current temperatures followed by current wind chills.
Below - projected temperatures for Saturday morning....followed by animated maps for the next couple.
Following....current snowfall observed....then a look at how temps will average over the next 7 days. Stay warm and safe.
Early a.m. satellite reveals intensity of storm just east of Cape Hateras N.C. It's moving northeast as a classic nor'easter and will bring blizzard conditions from Long Island to New England with over 1 ft of snow accompanied by winds in excess of 50 mph. Below - large view of satellite and radar....followed by snowfall projections.
Below - animated maps showing the track of this storm into Canadian Maritimes by Friday. Following map is high temperatures for Friday..in wake of the storm. Just a good ol' fashion winter ! Be careful and safe
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