Satellite + radar above shows Hurricane Teddy passing east of Bermuda and headed for Canadian Maritimes. T.S. Beta in western Gulf with rain and wind there. A few showers crossing the Great Lakes. Below - track of Beta and Teddy and shot of Atlantic basin.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days - rainfall through Friday.
Snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
Above- Cat 4 - Hurricane Teddy with 140 mph winds will move northwest and then north passing to the east of Bermuda Sunday night. After that he will likely make landfall over Nova Scotia. He will produce rough surf along the East Coast. Below - track of Teddy.....map of Atlantic Basin...and new tropical depression track in the Gulf of Mexico, likely to become Wilfred.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days - rainfall through Tuesday and satellite + radar combo.
Below - snapshot weather for Saturday. Enjoy your last weekend of summer and remember to remain safe.
Satellite + radar above shows that with the exception of the rain from Sally over The Southeast....most of the Nation - dry and staying that way into next week.
Below - current Atlantic map....track of Sally and Teddy.
Below - rainfall through Tuesday......snapshot weather for Friday.
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Above- satellite shows Sally some 50 miles south of Mobile, ALABAMA early Wednesday morning with 110 mph winds - a Cat 2 storm. Due to the slow forward speed...extremely heavy rain and flooding...storm surge. Below - track of Sally - track of Teddy - and map of Atlantic Basic....soon to be born Tropical Storm Wilfred and then onto the Greek alphabet.
Below- satellite + radar of entire Nation + rainfall through Sunday.
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday. Be safe.
Satellite picture of Sally. Moving very slowly with 90-100 mph winds.
Since she is moving slowly...many hours of rain...wind and storm surge for central Gulf Coast. Not likely to make landfall until Wednesday.
Below - track of Sally.....track of Teddy......and rainfall through Friday.
Below - map of tropical Atlantic, animated map for next 2 days
Snapshot weather for Wednesday. Be safe !
Hurricane Paulette moves across Bermuda then back out into the Atlantic. Below - Sally aims for Louisiana-Mississippi border on Tuesday.
Below - tracks of Paulette - Sally - new depression
Below current satellite + radar .......satellite of Atlantic basin.
Below - animated maps + snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
Above - satellite picture of the Atlantic Basin. It is peak hurricane season and this map tells it all. Paulette likely to become a hurricane and hit Bermuda Monday as a Cat 2. Rene....moving slowly west....needs to be watched and system off African coast likely to be named Sally as it heads east. Below - tracks for Paulette and Rene.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days - current satellite + radar map - rainfall through Tuesday.
Below - snapshot weather for Saturday. Be safe.
Showers and storms from Carolinas to New England today and tonight.
Showers and storms from Great Lakes to Texas ....more rain and storms Southern Rockies as shown in the satellite + radar above. Below - satellite of Africa showing several disturbances moving across that Country ...most of which will form into storms when reaching the Atlantic.
Below - latest map of Atlantic basin....track of Paulette and Rene.
Below - animated maps - rainfall through Monday.
Snapshot weather for Friday....be safe.
Satellite + radar above showers rain along the Mid Atlantic Coast....showers and storms from Great Lakes to Texas....snow in Rockies. Front in Great Lakes will clear the Northeast on Friday....but stall over Mid Atlantic and then head north again by Sunday. Below - animated maps.....rainfall through Sunday.
Below = tracks for Tropical storm Paulette and Tropical depression Rene.
Both of these storms expected to stay away from The U.S. but Paulette could threaten Bermuda.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Thursday....be safe.
Satellite + radar above shows a front causing showers and storms from Ohio Valley and Great Lakes into Plains with snow over the Rockies.
Showers along the se coast. Below - animated maps - threat of thunderstorms for today - rainfall through Friday.
Below - current tropical Atlantic map - tracks for Paulette & Rene
Below- snapshot weather for Wednesday. Be safe.
Satellite picture above shows a front moving through the Southeast...otherwise nice and quiet. Train of disturbances seen across Africa...all of which will be moving into the Atlantic keeping the hurricane season very active. Below - tropical Atlantic.
Below - animated maps....rainfall through Tuesday.
Finally - snapshot weather for Saturday. Be safe and enjoy your weekend.
Above - Nat'l Weather Service Hazard Map for weekend and into mid next week. Below - current satellite + radar.
Map above shows storms in Ohio Valley which will target Mid Atlantic today with some severe weather. Storms in Upper Midwest move east and head for Northern New England on Friday. Below - animated maps - today's severe weather threat- and rainfall trhough Monday.
Below - track of Nana.....snapshot weather for Friday. Be safe !
Above - satellite + radar shows clusters o showers and storms from Texas to New England. This front working east and not clearing the coast until Friday. Below - tropical Atlantic Map.
Storm Omar moving out into Atlantic - no threat. Storm Nana headed for Honduras. System near African coast headed west. Below- track of tropical storms.
Below - animated maps....today's severe threat ......rainfall trough Sunday.
Showers and storms in Central Appalachians could affect Mid Atlantic Tuesday. Showers Great Lakes heads to East Coast Thursday - Friday.
Tropical disturbance off Florida should stay offshore. Below - Tropical Atlantic.
Below- animated maps - today's severe threat - rainfall through Friday.
Snapshot weather for Tuesday. Pleae, be safe.
Remains of Laura near Memphis.....will turn east and be over Delaware by Saturday evening. Front in Dakotas will team up with Laura to bring wet weather for the East on Saturday. Below - track of Laura.
Below - map of tropical Atlantic showing 2 more waves in ATLANTIC which will slowly develop into tropical systems.....plus animated maps....today's threat of severe weather and rainfall through Tuesday.
Finally- snapshot weather for Saturday. Be safe.
Above - satellite showing eye of Laura over Lake Charles, La. Below - hurricane center track - model tracks - map of tropical Atlantic showing next wave off Africa headed westbound like all the rest.
Above- satellite + radar showing storms over the Great Lakes into the Northeast which could become quite severe today with large hail and damaging wind. Hurricane Laura over Louisiana moving north. Below - severe weather threat for today - animated maps - rainfall through Monday.
Below - snapshot weather for Friday. Be safe.
Above- satellite picture showing Laura to have intensified overnight...packing winds of 105 to 110 mph winds and should be even stronger as the day wears on. This is a very dangerous storm for NW Gulf Coast and storm surges will be life threatening. Below - hurricane center track.....track of models.
Satellite + radar above shows Laura in central Gulf. Storms over the Great Lakes could become severe there today. More storms in Rockies.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days......today's severe weather....and rainfall through Sunday.
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday. Be safe.
Above - hurricane center for Marco...then computer model tracks...followed by hurricane center for Laura...then computer model tracks. even after these systems make landfall...some of the tropical moisture could be taken into Ohio-Tennessee Valleys and then Mid Atlantic. Below- satellite + radar......animated maps - today;s severe weather threat - rainfall through Friday.
snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
Tropical depression 14 - heads into the Gulf and becomes a hurricane before heading for the Texas/Louisiana coasts Monday. Tropical depression 13 - becomes a hurricane and heads for So. Florida Monday.
Tropical wave off Africa will become a depression as it travels across Atlantic. Below - hurricane center tracks and computer models....for each depression.
Below - latest satellite + radar ....animated maps for next 2 days....today's threat of severe weather.......rainfall through Tuesday.
Below - snapshot weather for Saturday. Be safe.
Above - tropical Atlantic map showing a wave south of Dominican Republic...which will move into the Gulf... new Tropical Depression east of Leeward Islands...which can take a track toward So. Florida...and newest wave off Africa. Below - hurricane track for depression....and model tracks for wave # 1 and depression.
Below - latest satellite + radar.....animated maps.....today's threat for severe.....rainfall through Sunday.
Below - snap[shot weather for Friday. Be safe.
Above...3 tropical waves in Atlantic....2 of which could wind up in the Gulf of Mexico at the same time this weekend. Below - model tracks for the first two.
Below - today's satellite + radar - showing clusters of showers and storms over the Nation - today's severe threat - animated maps - rainfall through Sunday.
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday.
Satellite + radar shows storms moving across the Northeast...and in the Northwest. Lowest left...Hurricane Genevieve. Below...tropical Atlantic map - model tracks of 2 waves in Atlantic + Genevieve.
Below- animated maps + today's severe chances + rainfall through Saturday.
We end with snapshot weather for your Wednesday. Be safe.
Satellite-radar above shows a cold front for the Northeast with some showers or thunderstorms. Heavier storms for Texas....some showers for Intermountain region out West. Below - tropical map showing 2 disturbances...both of which could strengthen and if so...next 2 names would be Laura and Marco.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days - severe weather for today- and rainfall through Friday.
Below - snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
Satellite - radar above - watching a low over N.Carolina. It will move into Atlantic and could become tropical over weekend and bring gusty winds and some rain to Mid Atlantic Coast. Severe storms from No. Rockies to Upper Midwest today where some tornadoes are possible. Below - animated maps - today's severe weather - rainfall through Tuesday.
Below - latest hurricane center track - models tracks - satellite of Atlantic and close up satellite of Josephine.
Below - snapshot weather for Saturday. Have a nice but SAFE weekend.
Radar- satellite above show a noisy map with areas of showers and thunderstorms from coast to coast. Temps will cool off in Northeast...but over weekend..there will be a wind...and rain will return there Sunday. Below - animated maps....today's severe weather threat ....rainfall projection through Monday.
Below - hurricane center and model tracks of tropical depression which should become Josephine today.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Friday. Be safe.