Weather map for today.....most of the rain - East. Below...severe outlook for today.....yellow and brown - greatest threat.
Above - early a.m. radar showing rain in east with thunderstorms. Below...satellite picture shows pool of cold air sliding down into Plains.
Below - map showing a.m. temperatures in Alaska. Brutal cold air will seep south. Map below that showing some of that cold air seeping into U.S. by next Wednesday.....only a matter of time.
Stormy weather from The Great Lakes to the East. Another one forming in the Southwest - heads in same direction Wednesday...bringing much needed rain to the East.
Severe weather threat today from dark green to yellow and brown. Below...high temperatures predicted for this Saturday in case you were thinking of outside decorating.
Below...weather map for Saturday....indicating wet weather in the south.
Below...amounts of rain for the next 7 days....followed by today's weather map. Be safe.
Winter storm in upper Midwest will bring 4-12" of snow to that area today into tonight with strong winds. Elsewhere - quiet.
Most the action - central U.S. Some rain Pacific NW. Colder air sweeps to east coast by Sunday. Below...models take on Thanksgiving Day: Canadian still insisting on storm staying away from The Northeast.....while other 2 models bring in rain
there. A close up look for Turkey Day on Monday. Be safe.
Winter storm taking shape in Rockies ...will bring first snows to upper Midwest Friday...and a good chill to the east by late weekend.
Today's map shows that winter storm in Wyoming with heavy snow. Elsewhere - quiet. Below...a look at The Canadian...The GFS....The Euro Models for Thanksgiving Day. The Canadian model wants to keep the next storm south across Carolinas...while the other models say no. The fight goes on. Be safe.
Satellite shows departing storm off New England. Next system in Rockies...will bring the first bout of wintry weather there and then reach East Coast late weekend.
Weather map for this evening clearly shows wintry weather for Rockies. That storm heads east and by Monday on next week...below...are the daytime high temperatures.
Below...2 longer range models with their version of what the weather could be for Thanksgiving Day. Canadian...first - not showing much. 2nd map - GFS - big storm for East. Which will be right ? Right now...I would bet on GFS....we'll see. Be safe.
Satellite/radar combo show some wet weather in The Northeast...Florida...Gulf States...and Pacific NW and No. Rockies. System in the NW will evolve into a major winter storm out west by late week.
Map above is valid for this evening. Departing low off New England. Next storm organizing in NW. Below...map for Sunday.
It shows the NW storm along the Mid At. Coast......and the following map shows temperatures plunging behind this system. As always - be safe.
Rain over The Carolinas will head north to affect the East Coast over the next 24-36 hours. System in the Northwest will evolve into a major storm this week as it track slowly east - not reaching East Coast until late weekend.
Map for today ...showing two main areas of wetness...Carolinas and Pac. NW. Below....various models projecting storm now in the NW....arriving in the East for this Sunday. The blue indicated...mean wintry precip...like snow.
Sunday's storm in the East could set the stage for a chilly Thanksgiving. For now...be safe.
A cold front moving down from Canada across Northeast and Great Lakes will bring a quick shot of colder air for a day or two then quickly milding up. Wet weather for Texas Coast and Pacific NW.
Weather map shows high pressure controlling the weather for much of the weekend. Exception...Pacific NW into No. Rockies.
Below...models trying to figure out when next storm hits the
East. Some are faster than others...but average is for next Thursday and Friday with rain. Until then...have a nice and safe weekend.
Satellite shows upper storm in Southwest....some rain there.
Elsewhere...not much....staying calm.
Map above - for tonight - also quiet...not much precip. Windy with a cold front in Great Lakes spilling into Northeast. By this time next week...large storm in Rockies.....map below.
Below....temperatures for next Thursday. You can see how the storm pulling out of the Rockies will be bringing colder air to west....milder air to the East. Until then....mums the word.
Satellite clearly shows the jet stream: starts out along West Coast and goes up into Canada...then comes down across The Great Lakes and back up over The Eastern Seaboard. This will bring cooler air to Northeast...but warm conditions in the Plains.
Above - Today's map showing cold front moving toward East Coast with showers. High pressure cover the rest of the Nation...and map below...shows how that High dominates by this Sunday.
Below....chart showing how temperatures will average during mid November. Take a wild guess. Be safe.
Some rain moves across Great Lakes today...and in Mississippi Valley and Texas....otherwise a quiet election day. Map below shows where it may rain today...and into tonight.....just look for the green areas.
Map below shows where any snow may have fallen. Look closely...one spot on Colorado..other on the top of Mt. Washington - NH.....where less than .10" was measured.
Below....map for this Saturday.....followed by projected high temperatures. High pressure means dry and bright...but also chilly. Be safe...get out and vote.
Front in Plains will head east and cause some showers in
the East mid week.....while wet weather continues in the Northwest.
Today's map shows the wet weather from Central Plain to Texas and in the Northwest. This map will change little for Election Day.
Below....you will see the upper air maps for Wednesday ...then Saturday. Not much change with the coolest weather for the East Coast and the warmest weather for the Plains.
Below....high temperatures expected for this Saturday. A real chill for the East. Be safe.
Most of the Nation...fair and dry. Exceptons: Pacific NW...Southern Plains. Below...snapshot of early morning temperatures.
Map above valid for Saturday night....but map for next 5 days won't change much from above. Be safe and have a good weekend.
Satellite shows front moving toward East Coast. Deep trof in Southwest...and Canadian West Coast. Should mean dry for most of the Nation with exception of Southwest due to that trof.
Map for this evening shows moisture pooling in the Southwest and this will be an ongoing problem into weekend. Fronts in East will move south and east offshore.
Rainfall map for the next week shows the South getting hit with more and more rain....as the Pacific Northwest.
Upper air pattern above for next week indicates warmer than normal for much of the Nation with the exception of the Northeast and Southwest. This is the sign of a pattern change.
Weather map shows cold front moving east with a band of rain from the Northeast to Texas....most of which light. Rain and wind for the Pacific Northwest. This pattern not changing much into weekend with fronts moving south.
Hurricane center watch an area east of Windward Islands. It has a 20% chance of developing into a tropical disturbance...otherwise quiet. Be safe.
Above map shows where drought will persist through January 2017.....and New England is in that area which is brown.
Weather map shows milder air for The East....but cold front in
Plains will sharpen and bring windy - chilly weather to East by end of week.
Satellite shows 2 cold fronts in Plains...they will merge and allow Canadian air to flow back into the U.S. late this week. Enjoy mild weather now....and 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.