Wet weather breaks the heatwave in the East....storms hit the Southern Plains.....not much change this weekend. Below..map to Saturday night....which shows little change.
Below...outlook for severe weather today in dark green which is only a marginal threat.
Map below is the Euro model for Sunday...also depicting wet weather continuing in the East.
Atlantic may be popping soon....2 disturbances notes....the one closest to Africa has a defined circulation and already looks to be a tropical storm. Have a safe weekend.
Satellite shows lots of moisture working up the Tennessee Valley...heads for Northeast and Mid Atlantic Friday.
Map for this evening depicting heavy rain in dark green. Today's severe risk below...also in dark green and yellow.
Heavy rains are possible for Northeast and MidAtlantic on Friday......chart below shows amounts.
Map for Sunday...shows another low moving into East with more rain.....but many places there need the rain....unfortunately it comes on weekend. Be safe.
Satellite/radar shows a stalled front over Mid Atlantic. Cold front over Plains will head east and merge with stalled front and this could bring heavy rains from Ohio Valley to Mid Atlantic. Threat of severe weather today is marginal...in dark green below.
Below...map for this evening showing these fronts and the extensive area of moisture that will sit over the Nation.
Rainfall projections for the next 5 days ......red - heaviest from Ohio Valley east. Below....tropic scene in Pacific. Atlantic - quiet for now.
Satellite shows not much moisture ...and dry air has taken over but shades of magenta and black. The Pacific continues to be busy with tropical weather....Atlantic - quiet.
Today's map shows a stalled front in Ohio Valley and a cold front moving down from Dakotas. These fronts may produce severe weather today...as indicated below in dark green and yellow.
Tired of the heat ? Here are actual early morning temperatures....if you are in the Great Lakes - you are lucky.
Longer range models not painting a pretty picture for The East from Friday into the weekend...showing plenty of rain...and most places need it...but timing may be wrong.
Below...Hurricane Georgette - 80 mph wind....but satellite
showing lots of sheer so it will weaken as indicated by track.
Warm front over East Coast combined with cold front over Great Lakes will cause storms from Southern Plains to New England.
Today's risk of severe weather.....dark green and yellow areas.
Weather map for this evening showing cold front moving out of Great Lakes with storms from Northeast through much of the South.
Amounts of rain expected over the next 7 days. Looks to be more widespread as compared to the rest of the summer.
Below...the tropics...Pacific style....Atlantic - quiet.
Hurricane Georgette - 130 mph winds...should weaken. Track below.
Tropical Storm Frank should also weaken as it moved northwest. Be safe.
Cold front moving into Northeast - causing showers and storms into Midwest and Ohio Valley. Showers from Southwest into Rockies.
Today's severe weather threat highlighted in Dakotas....then the Northeast.
Map above for Friday evening showing cold front across the Great Lakes. Heaviest storms Northern New England...and over the Dakotas. Below....Canadian and Euro maps for next weekend...both showing a cool down for the Northern third of the Nation. Until then....quite hot...go slow...keep hydrated and be safe.
Satellite shows dry air over the East and West. Moisture noted from southwest to Great Lakes.
Map above shows scattered area of rain today. Severe threat below.
Map below shows high temperatures for this weekend - Sunday...many spots headed for 100.
Below...maps show how temperatures will average from now until Aug.2.....below that...how rainfall will average. Most of the nation..hot - wet. Be safe.
Drier air moving into the East as noted by "black". Storms in Plains and Carolina today. Yesterday's storms in Northeast killed 1 person in NJ...while a tornado was spotted in Northern Maine.
Today's threat of severe weather in dark green. Below...weather map for this evening which shows the fronts responsible for the potential severe weather today and tonight.
Upper air pattern which sows the jet stream well north next week and that means heat for much of the Nation. Below..an active Pacific tropical season.
Darby is a minimal hurricane and will weaken as he continues to move toward Hawaii. Below..close up of Darby and his track.
Hurricane Darby is well formed in the Pacific but seems to be losing punch. Forecasts weaken storm as it approaches Hawaii.
Satellite - radar showing clusters of heavy storms from Midwest to Ohio Valley....all headed for Northeast.
Map for this evening showing cold front moving out of Lakes.Ahead of it...showers and storms....behind it...nice Canadian air.
Today's threat for severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Amounts of rainfall for the next 7 days....below...how daytime temperatures will average over the next week....most if not all of the nation above average.
Finally...expected temperatures for this Saturday....which could wind up being one of the hottest days nation-wide. Be safe.
Cold front # 1 - producing showers and storms from Northeast to Southern Plains. Cold front # 2 - producing showers in upper Midwest. Below...weather map for this evening....showing the progress of both of those fronts .
Below...outlook for severe weather today in dark green and yellow...mostly caused by cold front # 1.
Below....map showing upper air pattern for next week. Trof over the East - ridge over the west.....so cooler east - warmer west....what else is new ? Be safe.
Warm humid air flowing back into the East. Thunderstorms in Plains and Midwest could be rough today and tonight. Severe weather outlook below....dark green and yellow are highlighted areas.
Map above is for tonight. Cool front in Midwest will be the troublemaker....otherwise typical July weather for much of the Nation.
Above....amounts of rain over the next 7 days.....below...how daytime temperatures will average over the next 7 days...which..for the most part is above the average. Be safe.
We'll have daily weather discussions, talking about major systems on the horizon along with anything noteworthy that pops up on our radar.