Satellite picture shows a storm moving off the Mid Atlantic and the rest of the Nation...quiet. Some storms possible in the West....chart below shows that possibility in green.
Below - expected snowfall and rainfall thru Saturday.
Below- maps into Thursday followed by high temperatures for Wednesday. Be safe.
Storm in Ohio Valley will bring rain east to Mid Atlantic today. Possible severe weather over the Gulf States.....see outlook below. Rest of the Nation quiet. Following severe outlook....snowfall and rainfall predicitions thru end of week.
Below - animated maps next 2 days followed by high temperatures for Tuesday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar above shows quite a coastal storm off New Jersey. Rain and wind for New England with heavy wet snow from Adirondacks and Catskills of New York to Green and White Mountains...where 6"-10" will fall. Colder behind the storm Saturday...then milder Sunday. Next storm in Rockies will be tricky. Models think cold air will push it south sparing Northeast and Mid Atlantic of snow early next week. Not 100% sure about that...needs to be watched. Below - today's risk of severe weather is dark green...followed by snowfall and rainfall into Tuesday.
Below=animated maps into weekend...then high temperatures for Saturday. Be safe.
Satellite-radar shows systems converging over the East with heavy rain from N.Carolina to New England. Wet snow will amount to over 6" from Adirondacks of N.Y. to Green and White Mountains. System in Southwest..could be another problem for Northeast by Tuesday next week. Below - chance of thunderstorms today in green - followed by expected snow and rain into Tuesday.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days. Be safe.
Above- satellite + radar - follow along..... system off Florida.....system in Midwest.....system coming down into Great Lakes....these 3 merging over East....rain Thursday - into Friday...but Northern New York and New England...snow. System in California...heads east to give the Northeast problems Monday night - Wednesday next week. Below - expected snow and rainfall into Sunday.
Below - chances for thunderstorms today in green...followed by animated maps.
Below- high temperatures for Thursday. Be safe.
Wet weather for Florida....system in Central Plains moves east and these 2 areas of moisture will combine to bring a storm to Northeast starting Thursday - into Friday and ending with snowshowers Saturday. Below - animated maps for the next 2 days followed by snow and rain predictions into Saturday.
Above...NAM Model for Friday morning. Coastal storm alongf New Jersey Coast with rain and wind for Northeast with wet snow on it's west and northwest side...(indicated in blue). Higher elevations of NY and New England will pick up accumulations....and not so sure that white will not appear near the coast Friday evening. Below - high temperatures for Wednesday. Be safe.
Stalled front shows rain from Texas to Florida....that is where most of the moisture will be this week. SOme rain and snowshowers for MidAtlantic today. Cold for northern areas....otherwise quiet. Below - expected snow and rain right through Friday.
Below - animated maps for the next couple.
A little concerned about an upper air trof over Northeast this Friday. Most models seem to think that any storm associated with this trof will be just offshore and now become big until reaching Canadian Maritimes. Even so...itr is capable of producing clouds, wind and rain and snowshowers...which would be the first set back to Spring. More on this later. Below - the new GFS model showing this trof.
LAstly - high temperatures for Tuesday. Be safe.
Cold front moving across the Appalachians will bring some showers and thunderstorms to the East Coast today along with very mild temps.
Cooler and more seasonable weather will then take over much of the Nation..this last weekend of winter. Below - early morning lightning detection...followed by severe outlook...in green.
following...snow and rain forecast into Tuesday.
Below- animated maps thru the weekend. Be safe.
You don't need to be a meteorologist to find this super storm...above...in Nebraska. Brought 80-100 mph winds from Texas to Montana Wednesday...along with blizzard conditions. Line of rain and storms working into Ohio Valley..some could also be severe in that area today.
Showers move across East Coast on Friday....fair and stable weather follows into St. Patrick's Day. Below - threat of severe weather today...green...yellow.
Below- expected snowfall and rainfall through Monday. Northeastern-ers...notice the small east to west strip from Pennsylvania to New Jersey. That could be your weather for Monday.
Below- animated maps through Friday - followed by high temperatures for Friday. Be safe.
Above - today's threat of severe weather . Best chance over the lower Mississippi Valley. Below - satellite + radar showing how this storm is intensifying. It will not only bring weather to the South...but blizzard conditions from the Rockies to The Northern Plains. SOme of the rain will fly across The East Coast on Friday.
Following...animated maps thru Thursday...then snow and rain predictions into this weekend.
Below- high temperatures for Thursday: notice the warming ahead of the storm...and the chill behind it. Such is March. Be safe.
Above...today's risk of severe weather is elevated across Texas...where thunderstorms and tornadoes are possible...especially in tan area. Below...satellite and radar showing that storm developing in the south. It will head north...heavy snow for Rockies.
Below -snow and rain expected over the next 5 days.....followed by animated maps for the next 2 days.
Below- high temperatures for Wednesday. Be safe.
Satellite-radar above shows moisture in the south heading east for now...but will then move north and bring turbulent weather to center Nation this week and showers to East Coast by end of week. Below- today's risk of thunderstorms in green.
Following - snow and rain predictions thru end of week.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days followed by high temperatures for Tuesday. Be safe.
Above...severe threat today in dark green and yellow....below...severe threat for Saturday.....which is a bigger threat and in same area that was hit over last weekend.
Below- satellite-radar shows storm # 1 moving across Tenn. Valley to Mid Atlantic...weakening with time. 2nd storm comes out of Rockies to Great Lakes and produces near blizzard conditions in No. Plains..with severe weather in south on Saturday.
Below- projected snowfall and rainfall into Tuesday......followed by animated maps thru weekend.
Lastly - high temperatures for Saturday. Be safe.
Satellite/radar above - first piece of weather coming across Plains in form of snow...will weaken out by time it reaches the Mid Atlantic Friday night and just some light snow or flurries. Second storm off west Coast will head for Great Lakes as a major March storm....this weekend. Below - snow and rain forecasts through Tuesday.
Following - today's chances of thunderstorms in green...followed by animated maps for the next 2 days.
Finally...high temperatures for Friday. Be safe.
Above...4am (et) temperatures. Below - expected snowfall and rainfall through Sunday.
Below - jet stream......the "U" shaped form indicates a trof...and that enables cold air to be brought down from Canada. Storms form ahead of a trof..thus the reason West Coast is getting hammered now.
Below- chance of thunderstorms today in green...followed by animated maps for next 2 days.
Finally - a look at high temperatures for Thursday. Be safe.
Satellite - radar - dry and cold much of the Nation...exception...southeast with rain....and West Coast. Storm moving into California will be another large storm as it heads to Great Lakes this weekend. Eastern side...rain and thunderstorms...western side..blizzards. Below- today risk of thunderstorms in green.
Below - expected snow and rain into Saturday.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days followed by high temperatures for Wednesday.
Satellite & radar shows 2 jet streams - 1 north - other south. Northern stream associated with light events...southern...more significant. The 2 could merge by late weekend for trouble in The East. Stay tuned. Below - snowfall and rainfall predictions into MOnday.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days followed by high temperatures for Friday. Be safe.
Snowfall map through Sunday. Below - satellite and radar showing several disturbed areas of weather ...all of which are not major except for the rain and snow on West Coast.
Above - animated maps for the next 2 days. Below - rainfall predictions through Sunday followed by chance of thunderstorms today in green.
Lastly - high temperatures for Thursday...."the" last day of February. Be safe.
Satellite/radar shows 2 jet streams...both of which will be bringing lots of unsettled weather to the Nation. By next week..these streams could spell a higher degree of wintry weather for the East. Below- today's threat of severe weather in dark green.
Below- snowfall and rainfall predictions through Saturday. Notice the snow line moving south across the Northeast.
Following - animated maps next couple...then high temperatures for Wednesday. Be safe.
Above - maps showing weather systems for next couple. Storm that brought snow to Southern California and Arizona yesterday will head for Great Lakes. It will bring blizzard conditions from Central Plains to Great Lakes...severe thunderstorm lower Mississippi Valley and heavy rain and winds to East on Sunday. Below - satellite and radar showing the widespread area of rain with this storm already.
Below- risk of severe thunderstorms today...and Saturday...when chances will be great for lower Mississippi Valley.
Below- expected snowfall and rainfall into Tuesday.
Finally - a look at temperatures for Saturday. Be safe.
One storm exiting off East Coast - another brewing in Southwest. It will head for Great Lakes and bring blizzard conditions there this weekend...while bringing a swath of rain and milder weather to East by Sunday. Below - the jet stream. These high winds steer our weather..and you can see the flow is from the southwest to Northeast....all to left of storm track get winter...to the right...get spring.
Below - expected snowfall and rainfall into MOnday.
Maps below begin with threat of thunderstorms today in green. Then animated maps next 2 days followed by high temperatures for TGIF !
Satellite + radar shows the makings of the next winter storm. It will come out of The Gulf and head for Great Lakes. North of the storm..snow and ice..south..heavy rain and even thunderstorms. It will bring another mess to the Mid Atlantic and Northeast on Wednesday. It will be followed by unusually mild air Thursday. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green.....followed by expected snowfall and rainfall into weekend.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days followed by high temperatures for Wednesday before the storm. Be safe.
Satellite/radar shows one storm moving off New England...next one over the Southwest....likely to follow and reach the East by midweek. Below- expected snowfall and rainfall through Friday.
Below- animated maps for next 2 days followed by high temperatures for Tuesday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar above show a front moving into the East with showers today. A train of storms from the West Coast will be coming across the Nation almost every 2-3 days into next week...so weather will be highly changeable. Heavy rains for south and southeast...northern areas from Ohio Valley to New England..wintry mix. Below - expected snowfall and rainfall into Tuesday next week.
Below - animated maps for the weekend...followed by high temperatures for Saturday. Be safe.
Above....low temperatures yesterday. Notice the frigid air in Western and Central Canada ! Pieces of that will be heading this way. Below...satellite + radar showing the wet weather in the West.....followed by today's risk of severe weather in dark green over California.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days....followed by snow and rain forecasts into Monday.
Below - high temperatures 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.