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.
Winter storm seen on this satellite- radar picture over Great Lakes and Northeast. Lake effect snows in its wake today. More storms hitting the west coast. A train of storms will be headed west to east from this weekend into next week...most of which will affect the southern third of the Nation....but a couple will fringe Mid Atlantic ...and a bigger one for the East next Tuesday and Wednesday. Below- expected snow and rainfall thru weekend.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days.....followed by high temperatures for Thursday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows large winter storm Great Lakes headed eastbound. SNow and ice will pound the Northeast today and tonight...leaving Northern New England with 1 foot or more...and New York City with 4" of snow and ice. Thunderstorms with heavy rains Tenn.Valley - to East coast. Below - snowfall and ice estimates.
Below- today's risk of severe weather in dark green....followed by amounts of rainfall into weekend.
Below- animated maps tracking the storm....followed by Wednesday's high temperatures. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows large band of moisture from Texas to Mid Atlantic. This moisture moves north and when it hits the colder air - snow and ice from Chicago to New England. Most of which Tuesday. Below - expected snowfall through Friday...followed by expected ice accumulation thru Tuesday.
Below - expected rain amounts through Friday....followed by weather maps for next 2 days to track this winter storm.
Below - high temperatures for Tuesday. Be safe.
Snowfall prediction map above finally shows snow for Northeast including Philadelphia and New York and Boston come Tuesday. Just how much falls will be determined after the system comes ashore on West Coast. Models did not have a clue up to this point and for the most part...still don't....so keep tuned. Below...satellite and radar showing leading edge of cold air moving across The Appalachians.
Below- amounts of rainfall through early next week...followed by animated maps for next 2 days.
Below - high temperatures for Saturday. Enjoy the weekend and be safe.
Satellite + radar shows storm moving across Midwest to Great Lakes with rain and thunderstorms.....snow Upper Midwest. System moves across Northeast early Friday allowing cold air to return to much of the Nation.
A train of storms will begin next week...anyone's guess who gets the snow and ice. Below - map showing lightning...followed by threat of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below - expected snow then rain into early next week.
Animated maps below followed by high temperatures for Friday.
Satellite picture shows moisture moving from Mexico through Texas to Great Lakes...so much of this is plain rain and heading East. Snow in Rockies - not likely East until early next week. Below - today's risk of severe weather in yellow.
Below - snowfall predictions through the weekend.
Next map shows the upper air flow over the next 7- days. This indicates another change when storms will be more prevalent in The East.
Below - weather maps for today through Friday....followed by high temperatures for Thursday. Mild weather ends in East this weekend...next week promises to be more wintry. Be safe.
Satellite/radar above shows a front moving across Northeast with some showers. Showers and storms in Gulf States....snow - Northern Plains...and more wet weather for west coast. Below - today's risk of thunderstorms in green.
snowfall predictions and rainfall into Saturday.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days...followed by high temperatures for Wednesday. Be safe.
Above - satellite picture shows a storm off N.Carolina bring some rain there. Showers Great Lakes to Gulf States. Rain and snow from No. Plains to West Coast. Blizzard warnings for Mts. of California. Below...expected snowfall and rainfall for the next 5 days.
below - weather maps for Monday thru Wednesday.
Below- temperatures expected for Tuesday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows disturbance of light snow from Ohio to Mid Atlantic today. Rain along Gulf Coast. Below - snowfall and rainfall expected through Tuesday.
Animated maps below....for weekend.
Above - weather maps for the week ahead. A storm in Southern Plains Wednesday ..heads to Great Lakes Thursday and into Northeast Friday followed by colder air. Below - high temperatures for Saturday. No matter what ground hog says tomorrow....there will be 6 more weeks of winter.
Above - early morning wind chills. Below...current satellite and radar showing most of the rain and snow along the West Coast.
Below - today's risk of thunderstorms in light green...followed by snow and rain predictions into early next week.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days....followed by high temperatures for Friday. Dress warmly...limit outdoor exposure and check on the elderly.
Above - low temperatures expected by Thursday morning. Below- high temperatures expected on Thursday.
Below- current wind and wind chill warnings in effect....followed by snowfall predictions into Monday - as well as rainfall.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days followed by satellite and radar picture. The real arctic front crosses the Northeast today with snowshowers and snowsqualls.....and then everyone is in the thick of the arctic air Thursday into Friday. Be safe..keep warm...check on elderly.
Above - high temperatures for Wednesday. Arctic air is pushing south and east into Tenessee Valley and Carolinas. Below...high temperatures for Thursday.
Below ...satellite = radar showing cold front moving into Appalachians with rain and snow. That will head for Northeast today...changing to snow there tonight. Big cities...1" or less...interior New England...3"-6" possible. Temperatures will do nothing but fall from Wednesday into Friday.
Below - snowfall and rainfall amounts through the weekend followed by
animated maps into Wednesday - tracking the arctic air. Be careful and be safe.
Above - HIGH temperatures for Tuesday. Frigid air North Central moving south and east to grab the entire Eastern Half of The Nation by Thursday.
Below - satellite and radar picture.
Clipper storm in Midwest will bring heavy snow to Chicago and head east. Storm will bring rain to snow for Northeast....followed by the arctic plunge. Chicago could fall to -25F.......with record lows being broken in many places by Thursday. Below - expected snowfall and rainfall through Friday.
Below - animated maps showing the clipper storm and arctic air movement over next 2 days. Be safe.
Satellite + radar show quiet weather with snowshowers in Great Lakes and Rockies. Lows from Western Canada will scoop down through The Lakes and re-enforce arctic air as it moves south and east. Sowstorm will hit Midwest Monday...head east followed by Frigid weather for much of the Nation come mid next week. Below - animated maps for weekend followed by expected snowfall and rainfall into early next week.
Below - high temperatures for Saturday. Be safe...enjoy the weekend.
Satellite + radar shows front in East with heavy rains and thunderstorms .Gusty winds for Northeast today...as temps head for 60 in NYC. You can see arctic air plunging through Plains..and it's just the tip of the iceberg as an even colder air mass will grip the Eastern half of the Nation before the month comes to an end. Below - today's risk of severe weather in green......followed by snowfall and rainfall predictions through the weekend.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days followed by high temperatures for Friday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows wet weather center Nation heading east.. In wake of this system another batch of arctic air. Below - expected snowfall and rainfall through the weekend.
Below - severe outlook for today in yellow and green followed by animated maps for the next 2 days.
Lastly...high temperatures for Thursday. Be safe.
Above...today's temps compared to yesterday.....only up. Below - risk of severe weather in green today....followed by animated maps next couple.
Below - snowfall and rainfall predictions through weekend.
Below - satellite and radar. Next system in Plains will head east and bring rain to the East by Thursday. Be safe.
Pre-dawn temperatures and still falling. Add winds over 40 mph in The Northeast and it is nothing short of Seward's Icebox. Below - satellite - radar. Next system sweeping across the Plains will bring a wintry mix to Northeast Wednesday..changing to rain into Thursday. A new arctic air mass returns by this weekend.
Below - animated maps for the next couple - followed by snowfall and rainfall predictions into Saturday.
High temperatures for Tuesday. Be safe.
GFS model for Sunday afternoon. Blue = snow..purple = ice, yellow and orange = heavy rain. Storm and arctic cold front will really belt the east.
Northeast gets hit hard...inland areas up to 2 feet of snow and ice. Coastal areas...everything...including heavy flooding rains and winds over gale force. All of this followed by flash freezing as temps fall sharply Sunday into Sunday night. Monday will be sunny but unseasonably cold and windy. Lunar eclipse for Northeast Sunday nite - 10:30 p.m. Below - today's risk of severe weather...followed by snowfall projections and rainfall into Wednesday.
Below- animated maps for next 2 days....followed by high temperatures for Saturday. Be safe and if in Northeast...all unnecessary travel should be avoided on Sunday.
Above - New GFS Model for Sunday afternoon in Northeast. Blue is snow..purple & red = ice ....green and yellow - rain. Flash freezing Sunday will make travel a NIGHTMARE ! If you do not have to travel...by all means do not. Below- satellite and radar
Above - satellite , radar shows storm no. 1 moving into Mississippi Valley. It will bring 1-3" of snow from Ohio Valley into Northeast. Rain further south. Storm no. 2- west coast - will be the monster storm that will head east this weekend to bring snow to Midwest only to intensify and bring even more snow and ice to Northeast Sunday. Parts of Northeast will be measuring in feet. Below - animated maps for the next couple...followed by snowfall and rainfall into Tuesday of next week.
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.