Satellite + radar shows showers and storms from Rockies through the South. Very nice weather from Upper Midwest to East Coast. Below- today''s risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow....followed by rainfall projections into Wednesday.
Below - animated maps for weekend....followed by snapshot weather for Saturday. Enjoy...be safe.
Satellite + radar shows one cold front moving across New England...another over Great Lakes...that one bringing cooler and drier air. Showers and storms continue Plains and Southwest. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow......followed by rainfall into Wednesday of next week.
Animated maps followed by snapshot weather for Friday. Great weather
for Great Lakes and Northeast this weekend. Enjoy it and be safe.
Above....today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow. Strong - gusty thunderstorms for parts of areas in yellow. Below - satellite picture showing clusters of thunderstorms all over ....followed by early morning lightning strikes.
Below - animated maps through Thursday followed by rainfall expected
through next Tuesday.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Thursday. Be safe.
Satellite-radar above - low along mid Atlantic coast with some rain. COld front over Great Lakes with storms. Monsoon moisture for Southwest. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow....followed by rainfall into Sunday.
Below- animated maps next two days followed by snapshot weather for your Wednesday. Be safe.
Erik passing south of the Islands today......Fossie just to east by Monday.
Below - satellite + radar showing wet weather for Southeast....storms continue Rockies and Plains. Following that - today's risk of severe weather in dark green.
Below- picture of disturbance in Atlantic...which already looks like a depression. Possible track follows.
Finally...rainfall projection into Tuesday....then a snapshot of weather for Saturday. Be safe.
Erik moves south of Hawaii Friday with fringe effects....while Flossie could be more of a direct hit as a tropical storm come Monday - below.
Meanwhile - in Atlantic...a tropical wave will bring lots of rain to Florida and SOutheast......while another wave in central Atlantic could become a tropical storm over next 5 days and would be given the name Chantal.
Below- satellite and radar show a front just off the East Coast...breaking the heat and humidity there...but more heavy rain and storms Plains across Rockies...and again even in Vegas.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days...followed by today's severe weather outlook followed by rainfall into early next week.
Lastly - snapshot weather for your Friday. Be safe.
In the Atlantic...1 disturbance bringing flooding rains to Puerto Rico will head for Florida...not likely to intensify. Other disturbance off Cape Verde Islands shows potential for development. Below....expected track for system over Puerto Rico.......and general track for both systems.
In the Pacific Hurricanes Eric and Flossie. Eric expected to go just south of Hawaii...Flossie could be more of a threat.
Below- satellite and radar picture show a front in east which may result in severe weather for Northeast today. Showers and storms from Rockies to Plains...some could even reach Vegas. Following that - today's threat of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
below - animated maps....expected rainfall through Sunday.....snapshot weather. Be safe.
Satellite/radar shows a front over Ohio Valley with thunderstorms. It will move east and offshore Thursday. Showers and storms in Rockies. Area near Puerto Rico is being watched...but right now upper air winds not favorable. Below - hurricane center monitor and possible track if something forms.
Today's threat of severe weather in dark green and yellow followed by rain projections thru the weekend.
Animated map[s for the next 2 days followed by a look at the tropics....which shows several waves from off Africa to Central America. Lastly - snapshot weather for Wednesday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows some storms in Midwest and over the Southwest. Florida could get drenched this weekend. Notice the area of clouds south of Cuba...that should be watched. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below - satellite hemispheric shot...showing easterly waves coming off Africa...they seem to weaken as they move west...but also needs to be watched. Following that - animated maps for next 2 days.
Lastly - high temperatures yesterday......snapshot weather for Saturday...rainfall expected into Tuesday. Be safe.
Satellite and radar show showers and storms over Florida...and from the No. Plains through Rockies and SOuthwest....otherwise pretty typical of this time of year. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
below - snapshot weather for Friday followed by rainfall projections through Monday.
Animated maps below - followed by current upper air wind flow. That upper flow shows trof over East - keeping humidity and temps lower.
Lastly - tropical watch.....slight chance of something forming in the Gulf.
Satellite + radar shows cold front off East Coast and stalled in The Gulf. A low may form on front in Gulf and in time could take on some tropical characteristics. Showers and storms in Rockies. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green.....followed by rainfall projections through the weekend.
Below - animated maps for the next couple of days...followed by tropical map showing potential trouble spot over next few days.
Lastly...snapshot weather for Thursday. Be safe.
Above - satellite + radar showing cold front which is breaking heatwave in East to be along the Eastern seaboard. Wet weather will taper off over Northeast tonight. Tropical disturbance off So. Florida will also move northeast and get absorbed by cold front. Showers and storms for the Rockies. Nice central. Below - today's risk for severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below - Hurricane center track on disturbance off Florida.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days - followed by rainfall into this weekend. Be safe.
Excessive Heat Warnings and Heat Advisory extend from parts of the Texas Panhandle to the Middle Mississippi/Ohio Valleys and parts of the Great Lakes as well as into parts of the Northeast southward to the Southern Mid-Atlantic as a huge dome of high pressure extends from parts of the Southwest eastward to the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic. Daytime temperatures in the mid to upper 90s combined with high humidity will result in heat indices as high as 115 for some. Overnight low temperatures will provide little relief as temperatures struggle to get below the upper 70s or even low 80s in some parts!
Record high temperatures are in the forecast for parts of the Great Lakes & Ohio Valley extending eastward into the Mid-Atlantic on Saturday into Sunday.
A slow moving cold front crossing the Great Lakes into the Central Plains will initiate convection over this region, highlighting a slight to moderate risk for severe thunderstorms today. The primary threat from these storms will be damaging wind gusts, heavy rainfall, and hail especially across parts of northern Wisconsin and Michigan. The chance for an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. These showers and thunderstorms will extend from parts of the Mid-Atlantic to the Middle Mississippi Valley by Monday morning bringing much needed relief to the heat wave currently gripping much of the eastern half of the country.
Satellite-radar shows absence of clouds and that means HOT ! Storms over Great Lakes...head east and weaken. Much of the Eastern halkf of the Nation will have a dangerous heatwave this weekend...coming to a crashing finish early next week. Be sure to follow heatwave guidelines and be safe. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below - animated maps through Saturday followed by rain projections into Tuesday....most of which for the East coming MOnday and Tuesday.
Below - high temperatures for Monday.....followed by snapshot weather for Saturday. Be safe and stay cool.
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Satellite + radar above shows a front in Northeast with showers and thunderstorms. More storms Upper Midwest otherwise much of the Nation under heat advisories. Below - high temperatures expected on Sunday.
Below - today's risk of severe weather is dark green and yellow....followed by snapshot weather for Friday. Remember...keep cool...and safe.
Above...projected temperatures for this Saturday. 100 + actual temperatures from Southwest to Northeast...and when combined with oppressive humidity...it will feel like 110 to 120 F. Below - satellite and radar showing showers and storms headed east from Great Lakes into Northeast today and Thursday...some of which will be severe.
Below- today's risks of severe weather dark green and yellow.....followed by projected rainfall into Monday of next week.
Below - animated maps for the next couple...followed by snapshot weather for Thursday. We will be posting heatwave safety rules tomorrow. Be safe.
The remains of Barry is Missouri and that combined with a cold front in the Great Lakes is producing showers and storms Midwest and Ohio Valley. Another front producing storms into the Plains. Below - today's risk of severe thunderstorms in dark green and yellow.
Below - animated maps for the next couple followed by rainfall into the weekend. The current pattern not only favors above norm temps...but a strong heatwave which will poke into The Northeast this weekend bringing temps to 100 in some of the major cities.
Below - snapshot weather for Wednesday - followed by projected high temps for Saturday. Anywhere in red has the potential of reaching 100.
Barry has 50-55 mph winds but not very well organized. Track is across Louisiana but may not make hurricane status. Plenty of wind...rain...severe weather and surf. Below - model tracks followed by satellite & radar.
Below - animated maps into weekend followed by today's threat of severe weather in green and yellow.
below - satellite map track a second tropical disturbance in south central Atlantic followed by snapshot weather for Saturday. Be safe.
Above - satellite picture showing tropical disturbance in Gulf which will become a depression today and then Tropical Storm Barry or even a Hurricane Friday into the weekend. Following...hurricane center track followed by tracks of different models. Most agree...Louisiana....and since system is moving slowly....very heavy rainfall likely...over 10".
Below - today's risk of severe weather - dark green and yellow - followed by animated maps....and rainfall into MOnday.
Below - satellite + radar showing cold front moving out of Gt. Lakes and into East today with showers and storms. Snapshot weather for Friday.
A tropical disturbance forming in the Gulf will likely become either Tropical Storm or Hurricane Barry by this weekend. The storm will likely take aim on Louisiana. Below - another satellite picture and the tracks by different models.
Meanwhile a cold front in the Plains will result in severe weather which will head east and affect the Eastern Seaboard later Thursday into Friday.
Below - radar + satellite pix - followed by severe outlook for today.
Following maps - animated - showing track of tropical system - amounts of rainfall through SUnday......over 7" across parts of the Gulf States.
Lastly -snapshot weather for Thursday.
Above..satellite + radar showers storms in No. Plains. That front will head to the East Coast by Friday. Showers and storms in Southeast...sink south and will likely become a tropical depression in Gulf Of Mexico.Below - severe risk of severe weather today in dark green and yellow.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days showing that tropical system in Gulf...followed by rainfall into weekend which also shows the heaviest rain along the Gulf Coast.
Lastly - map showing best bet for tropical formation followed by snapshot weather for Wednesday. Be safe.
Showers and thunderstorms Northern Plains....Great Lakes...Southeast. Storms in Plains head east to affect Northeast and Mid Atlantic Saturday and then the SOutheast next week. Below - today's threat of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below - track of Hurricane Barbara. She has 100 mph winds but is likely to weaken before approaching Hawaii early next week. Following that...animated maps for the next 2 days.
Following...rain predictions into mid next week. Heaviest expected over the southeast with a stalled front which could mean trouble down the road. After that...a snapshot of weather for your Saturday. Have a nice weekend and be safe.
Satellite + radar shows scattered storms from NW to Dakotas.....Ohio Valley...So.Plains.....Gulf Coast. Pattern not expected to change much. Storms in Dakotas will move across the Northeast Saturday. Below..threat of severe weather today - dark green and yellow.
Below- satellite picture and track of Hurricane Barbara in Pacific. Right now 150 mph winds but expected to weaken as she heads for Hawaii next week.
Below - animated maps through Thursday....followed by rainfall into Tuesday next week.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Thursday. Have a safe and happy 4th.
Band of moisture from New Mexico to New England will wobble and haunt the same areas right into this holiday weekend. Below- today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below- track of Pacific Hurricane Barbara with 100 mph winds.
Following - animated maps for next couple of days followed by predicted rainfall into Saturday.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Thursday - 4th of July. Be safe.
Radar + satellite show areas of storms in Northwest...Dakotas...N.Mexico...Ohio Valley and Southeast. Typical summer pattern through weekend. Below- risk of severe weather today in dark green and yellow.
Following - animated maps - rainfall into Monday.
below- map showing upper air temps and wind on Sunday. Blue denotes cold air aloft and this will be responsible for clouds and showers and
possible thunderstorms over New England...some of which could drift south to affect coastal areas.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Friday. 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.