STAY SAFE !!!!
Above....track forecast by Hurricane Center. Center - tracks expected by models...most of which are in very good agreement that it will be Louisiana. On right - amounts of rainfall through Monday. Timing for the tropical storm in Sunday into Monday and flooding appears to be a big issue as well as a storm surge. Below - satellite picture. Storms in Ohio Valley will head east and could be severe for Mid Atlantic today
Below - today's risk of severe weather - dark green and yellow - animated maps for next 2 days.
Below- snapshot weather for Friday.
STAY SAFE !!!!
Satellite + radar above shows tropical depression # 2 over Yucatan . Expected to become tropical storm Cristobal and threaten Western Gulf Coast this weekend. Elsewhere...showers over Great Lakes into Appalachians.....SHowers and storms into Rockies. Below - expected track of tropical depression.
Following.....animated maps for next 2 days.....severe risk of storms today in dark green...yellow....and rainfall through Saturday.
Below- snapshot weather for Wednesday.
BE SAFE !
Satellite + radar above shows wet weather from west coast to Plains. Some of that arriving in East Wednesday and through late week. Meanwhile tropical depression over Yucatan will move into Gulf and will have to be watched. Cool over Northeast and West...but warm for Central sections...and that will head east to the coast by late week. Below...animated maps for next 2 days - tropical map - rainfall into weekend.
Below - current pollen map followed by snapshot weather for Tuesday.
Be SAFE !
Cold front over Ohio Valley will result in showers and thunderstorms today and tonight for the East....followed by cooler and direr air this weekend. Showers Pacific Northwest will also be followed by cool air. Below....animated maps for next 2 days....severe risk for today....and rainfall through Tuesday.
Below - temperatures expected for MOnday morning. Coolest in Northwest and Northeast.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Saturday. Have an enjoyable weekend and stick to the rules so that COVID19 doesn't stick to you.
A tropical disturbance yesterday off Georgia rapidly formed into Tropical Storm Bertha and moved ashore in So. Carolina with 50 mph winds. The remains of Bertha can be seen above in West Virginia with heavy rain...moving northwest. Another low in Missouri resulting in showers and storms north and south. All of this working east to East Coast Friday
into Saturday. Below - track of Bertha.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days - severe threat of weather for today.....rainfall through Monday.
Below - expected high temperatures for MOnday. Notice the cooling trend for the Northeast on the first day of June ?
Lastly - snapshot weather for Friday. Remember...you have to stay safe...this virus is not gone and still attacking.
Much of the Nation will be warmer this week. A disturbance near Florida will spiral up coast and bring some rain and showers into Thursday. Front over the central U.S. will head east and reach the East Coast Friday into Saturday.Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below - animated maps for the next couple....rainfall through Saturday...and latest pollen map.
Below - map showing Florida disturbance and snapshot weather for Wednesday.
Satellite-radar shows storms over the Plains....rain over The Appalachians. That area of rain heads north so that the holiday weekend begins wet for the Northeast...but Northern New England stays dry. Below - animated maps...rainfall through Monday - severe risk for today.
Below - latest pollen report & snapshot weather for Friday.
Above-radar + satellite shows Arthur moving out into Atlantic. Rain and storms from Ohio to Georgia will continue there. Showers in the NW.
Below..track of tropical storm Arthur with 60 mph winds...moving into Atlantic.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days - rainfall through Saturday - latest pollen map.
Lastly - severe weather map for today....and snapshot weather for your Wednesday. Please remember to exercise safety if and when out of doors.
Tropical Storm Arthur with 45-50 mph winds will skirt N.Carolina with wind and rain and then turn east out into the Atlantic. Below- expected track.
Below - satellite + radar for the Nation showing wet weather from Great Lakes south. That area will move southeast to affect the Mid Atlantic and Southeast keeping the Northeast mainly dry after today.
Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green...animated maps...rainfall through Friday.
Below- snapshot weather for Tuesday. BE SAFE !!!!
Above...today's severe outlook. Enhanced threat in brown for Northeast. This area could see severe storms and tornadoes late today into tonight.
Below - satellite = radar- showing storms in Midwest moving eastbound.
Below- tropical map showing a good potential for a tropical system forming near Florida and moving northeast. Hurricane center may investigate area today if needed.
Below - animated maps for thenext 2 days + rainfall through Saturday.
Below- snapshot weather for your Saturday. Please remember...this killer virus is not giving up. Everyone must wear masks and observe safe distance through the weekend.
Satellite + radar above shows wet weather Tennessee Valley head east. Showers and storms from Dakotas to Rockies will land on the East Coast Friday....along with much warmer weather. Below - severe weather threat for today....dark green...yellow and brown.
Below - animated maps....rainfall through Sunday....tropical outlook over next 5 days which shows possibility of the first tropical system north of the Bahamas.
Lastly....snapshot weather for Thursday.
Stick to the rules...BE SAFE AT ALL TIMES....this is far from OVER !!
Satellite + radar above showers storms in Southern Plains headed east...another system crossing the Rockies will arrive on East Coast by Friday. A warming trend is noted for much of the Nation as the week moves on. Below - animated maps for next 2 days...rainfall through Saturday and today's UV map index.
Below - snapshot weather for Wednesday. STAY SAFE ONLY BY WEARING YOUR MASK AND SAFE DISTANCING.
Storm in Central U.S. will head east to bring rain tonight..with some wet snow from Appalachians to New England. Heavy rain and storms for South. Windy and cold weather will follow East....but very warm west.
Below - animated maps and today's threat of severe weather.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Saturday. Be safe..and have a nice weekend.
Above...jet stream...high winds aloft.....showing big dip central U.S. moving east by weekend and allowing cold air from Canada to move south. Below -map showing temperatures for Saturday morning.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days....rainfall through Saturday.
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday. As always...BE SAFE !
Above - weather map for this Saturday: notice the blue and purple in Northeast...that's snow. Also add wind and temps mainly in 40s. Below satellite + radar.
Above...storm moving through Ohio Valley - may bring severe storms to Central Appalachians and rain from So. New England to Mid Atlantic Wednesday. System in Northern Rockies will bring the cold snap late week and weekend to Northeast. Below - animated maps....rainfall through Saturday...and severe weather for today.
Below - high temperatures for Saturday - latest pollen report and snapshot weather for Wednesday. Please remain safe.
One disturbance passes off East Coast this morning leaving fair skies but windy weather. System in the Plains will bring chance of severe storms to Southern Plains today and tonight. It will arrive on East Coast Thursday. By late week..jet stream plows south over East and could easily bring some snow to Northeast this weekend...along with unseasonably chilly weather. Below - a look at the upper air for this Saturday. The "U" shaped pattern in the East indicates the jet stream pushing south with the cold air.
Below...the corresponding weather map for Saturday. You will notice and pink and blue indicating snow for Northeast.
Below - severe weather threat for today - dark green...yellow - tan....+
rainfall amounts through Friday...+ animated maps.
Below - snapshot weather for Tuesday. BE SAFE.....sticky to the rules...it will all get better sooner if we all follow the rules.
Satellite-radar combo shows wet and windy weather for Northeast and into the Appalachians. Showers over the Plains move east and will affect Ohio Valley Saturday..Mid Atlantic on Sunday otherwise temps will be more like spring. Below - animated maps for next 2 days - rainfall projections through Tuesday.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Saturday. With the nicer spring weather..outdoors become more attractive but in order for all of us to continue to enjoy the outdoors we must continue to follow the rules. Please be safe.
Radar/satellite shows storms from Great Lakes to Gulf Coast. This will move east to affect the East Coast Thursday - Friday. Nice weather weekend will follow...but changes come quickly. Below today's severe threat...animated maps and amounts of rainfall thru end of week.
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday.
STAY CLOSE TO YOUR HOME...OBEY THE RULES !
Above- today's threat of severe weather from dark green to red. Red has the most severe threat for Eastern Oklahoma. Below - satellite picture and radar already showing storms firing up in the South. This storm will head east and bring wind and rain and storms to the East Coast Thursday into Friday. A springlike weekend is in store for much of the Nation.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days....rainfall through Saturday....pollen map.
Below - high temperatures expected for this Sunday.
Snapshot weather for Wednesday - be careful...stay in and obey the rules.
A storm off New England will bring showers to Northeast...cool temperatures and wet snow for higher elevations where 2"-4" possible.Next system in Plains will become major producer for severe weather Tuesday through Thursday when it reaches the East Coast. Early summer heat for California and Southwest. Below - animated maps for next 2 days...severe weather outlook in dark green for today - and latest pollen map.
Below.....rainfall projections through Friday....snapshot weather for Tuesday.
Be safe...We Must Practice All Rules until this virus is gone.
Satellite + radar above show one system over The East Coast which will exit tonight. Next system covering The Plains...moves East to Ohio Valley and Gulf States Saturday...East Coast by Sunday. Below- today's risk of severe weather in dark green...yellow...tan.
Below - animated maps through Saturday....rainfall projections through Tuesday.
Below - snapshot weather for your Saturday.
Remember..be safe...stay indoors and when outside ...stick to the rules so that the virus doesn't stick to you.
A significant spring storm centered in Missouri will move east-northeast. Severe weather possible today for the Southeast. Rain tonight & Friday up the East Coast. System in Northern Rockies will make it to East Coast on Sunday. Below - today's threat of severe weather in dark green..yellow and tan.
Below - animated maps through Friday + total rainfall through Monday.
We close with snapshot weather for your Friday. Please remember to exercise all rules if have to venture out...otherwise stay home and be safe.
Above - actual early morning temperatures. Colder than normal for much of the Nation. Below...threat of severe weather for today....which highlights the lower Mississippi Valley.
Below - satellite + radar - animated maps - rainfall through Sunday.
Satellite shows 2 systems in Plains which will merge and head east to affect the East Coast by Friday.
Finally...snapshot weather for Thursday. In spite of any restrictions being eased or lifted in some areas...everyone one must keep safe distancing and your mask is now your best friend.
Above...snowfall predictions by GFS Model for Friday night into Saturday. Thinking is that it may be a bit too much...nevertheless...Saturday could be a "white" morning in these places. Below - satellite and radar showing storm moving into Ohio Valley...it will east to affect Northeast and Mid Atlantic tonight and Saturday.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days + total rainfall through Tuesday.
Below- snapshot weather. Please continue to stick to the rules...we are slowly overtaking this virus.
Satellite + radar above shows some rain and snowshowers passing out across Northeast Thursday morning. Next storm coming out of Southern Rockies will bring rain to East Friday night into Saturday with light snow..1"-3" across Northern half of New England. The cool pattern continues for the Northern 2/3 of the U.S. Below - animated maps and rainfall predictions through Monday.
Below - snapshot weather for Friday.
Please 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.