Above - NWS issued 6-10 day outlook through Feb.2nd. Above map - temperature trend.....below precipitation trend.
Above - satellite picture shows large storm from Plains to east Coast...likely to bring wet weather to much of the Eastern half of Nation..with snow confined from Upper Midwest to Gt.Lks and No. New England. Below - animated maps...snowfall and rainfall through Tuesday
Below- snapshot weather for Saturday . Enjoy your weekend and be safe.
Satellite picture above shows clouds from Great Lakes and south. Most of this is rain...with snow confined to near Great Lakes. This will push east and cover the east coast this weekend. Below - animated maps...snowfall and rainfall projected thru Monday.
Below - a look at The GFS model prediction for the 500 Mb - upper air for the first week of February. Such a pattern will mean arctic air flooding the Nation and stormy weather for The Eastern Third.
Below - snapshot weather for your Friday. Be safe.
Satellite above shows clouds mid section of Nation with new storm that will affect East Saturday with rain....snow across New England. Below ...animated maps...rainfall and snowfall thru Sunday.
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday. Be safe.
Maps above show high pressure still in control with rain and snow out west moving into Central U.S. mid week and to East Coast this weekend.
New England may get another thump of snow..otherwise rain elsewhere.
Below - expected rain and snowfall into Saturday.
Below - snapshot weather for Wednesday. Be safe !
Above - Satellite + radar - pretty clear and calm . Below - early morning temperatures observed.
Below - animated maps - snowfall thru Friday - rainfall through Friday. Large high pressure controls the Nation. Cold turns to milder by late week. System out west reaches East Coast this weekend. Snow over Northern New England...rain elsewhere.
Snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
Yesterday's winter storm across the Northeast will begin to wind down today as it departs out into the Atlantic Ocean. As the low moves away any organized areas of snow will begin to taper and diminish in coverage. However, gusty Northwest winds behind the storm will lead to the development of lake effect snow across interior parts of the Northeast through Monday.
At the same time we will see an area of very cold high pressure move southward out of Canada and into the northern Plains and Midwest by Tuesday. Temperatures associated with this air mass will be anywhere from 10 to 25 degrees below averages across the Northern Plains, Mid-Mississippi Valley and into the Ohio Valley through the day Tuesday. Low temperatures at night will be dangerously cold and well below zero with the core of the cold centered across Minnesota, Iowa, North & South Dakota.
As for the West, some moisture will clip the Northwest coastline bringing light rain and higher elevation snow to parts of Washington and Oregon Sunday and Monday. A more potent system will bring steadier rain to these areas and also looks to extend southward to include the northern California coast as we head into Tuesday. There will be higher elevation snow in the mountains as well.
Above - early morning wind chills. Cold air will continue to spread south and most of the Nation will be on the cold side next week. Below - current satellite picture.
A storm in Central Plains will bring moderate to heavy snow to upper Midwest...then head to East Saturday. Big Cities like Phily..NYC...Boston..will only see 1"-2" - to rain and ends. Ski Country in No. New England will see 4"-8". Below - animated maps with snowfall and rainfall thru Tuesday.
Below - snapshot weather for your Saturday. Be safe...have a nice holiday weekend.
Above - Satellite + radar not looking bad. A couple of fronts moving by this week...but a strong front will bring much colder air by Friday to the East. On it's heels..a large winter storm hits Central Friday - comes east by Saturday. Below - high temperature for this Friday - followed by map projection for weekend storm on Saturday.
Below - animated maps next 2 days - snowfall thru Friday - rainfall thru Saturday.
Below - snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
Above...today's map shows a cold front mid section of Nation. Warm ahead o if it with rain...cold with snow behind it. Below - this is what the map will look like on Sunday as cold front swings off East Coast.
Below - snowfall and rainfall predictions through Tuesday.
Below - early a.m. satellite and radar depicting that cold front in
Below - expected temperatures by next Thursday as the North begins to chill down from West to East. Have a nice and safe weekend.
Above - early morning actual wind chills. Arctic air will be replaced by
unseasonably warm air for the East this weekend. Temps could hit 70 as far north as New York City...60s New England. Talk about a January thaw ? Below....satellite and radar picture.
Below - animated maps through Friday - snowfall thru Sunday - Rainfall through Monday.
Below - snapshot weather for Friday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar above looks bland but it will change. Disturbance over Kentucky moves northeast and brings a touch of rain and wet snow to Mid Atlantic and So. New England through tonight. Arctic air will dive south through Plains and sweep the East Coast by Thursday, After that..its get exceptionally mild and wet with potential severe storm for South. Below- animated maps + snowfall + rainfall through Saturday.
Below - weather snapshot for today's weather. Be safe.
Above - satellite picture showing much of the Nation under clouds. Below - radar showing much of the East under rain.
Below animated maps thru weekend showing wet and mild for The East and stormy for West....cold central. That is joined by snowfall and rainfall projections into Tuesday.
Below- snapshot weather for your Saturday. Have a nice ans safe first weekend of 2020 .
Satellite and radar shows tons of moisture in The Gulf States...all moving northward to give the east wet weather Friday and through the weekend. Cold front in Great Lakes and Plains should arrive in the East by Monday. New storm hitting the Northwest. Below - rainfall and snowfall predictions through Monday.
Below - animated maps showing the expanse of moisture to The East.
Below - 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.