Above - early morning wind chill factors. Below - satellite and radar showing a very quiet Nation.
Below - animated maps - snowfall and rainfall predictions through Tuesday. Next system crosses the Plains and brings wet weather east to The East Coast by early next week.
Below- snapshot weather for your Saturday. Be safe...enjoy the weekend.
Above....jet stream for Thursday....strong winds aloft....resulting in strong winds on the ground for The East. Winds could gusts to 50 mph across The Northeast. Below - satellite and radar showing storm in New York State - headed into Canada followed by strong winds and colder air.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days...then projected snowfall and rainfall through Monday.
Snapshot weather below for your Friday. Be safe...watch out for the
winds in Northeast today.
Above...satellite + radar - two areas will merge to bring wet weather up and down East Coast today & tonight....moving out Thursday. Snow..Midwest and Great Lakes moves out tonight. Rest of the Nation - quiet. Below - animated maps - expected snowfall and rainfall through Sunday
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar above shows wet weather for the East. Some snow
in Plains could result in a few inches in Chicago...and even less across No. New England on Thursday. Below - animated maps for the next 2 days...snowfall and rainfall through Saturday.
Below- snapshot weather for your Wednesday. Be safe.
Wet storm in Southern Plains headed northeast. Rain is on the agenda for much of the East ...even New England...while Midwest will get rain changing to snow...Chicago could wind up with several inches by Wednesday. Below - animated maps - snow and rainfall predictions into Saturday.
Below - The American GFS model wants to bring the Northeast and winter storm for the first weekend of March. I have seen this model try to do this all winter and has failed...but now that we do not want it...we will probably get it. So below is the upper air map - not this coming weekend...but the next. Let's see how this holds up .
Lastly - snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
Satellite & radar clearly shows the only lousy weather from Teas east to The Southeast....more rain...flooding possible and then on northern edge snow tonight from No. Carolina to Northern Georgia. Below - animated maps - snowfall and rainfall projections into Monday.
Following - snapshot weather for your Friday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar above tells the whole story. Front stalled in the south..wet continues. Some snow possible from No. Carolina to SE Virginia Thursday night. Elsewhere - fair - cold. Below - animated maps...snowfall and rainfall projections into Sunday.
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday Be safe.
Above - map shows some rain for Northeast...heavier rain for Southeast and South....then fair and colder again for late week. Things will mild up again over weekend....so and ups and downs continue. Below...satellite and radar.
Below - snowfall and rain fall predicted through Saturday...followed by snapshot weather for Wednesday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows rain moving off the Carolinas. Rain and some snow into Midwest will reach East Coast Tuesday. Colder air will seep in across the Eastern Half of The Nation by late week. Below - projected temperatures for this Saturday.....as cold air modifies quickly.
Below - animated maps thru Tuesday - snowfall and rainfall projection thru Friday.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe...enjoy your holiday.
Above...GFS projection for upper air at end of February. This shows the polar vortex over Great Lakes....means cold....while it shows a vigorous storm in California. Such a pattern would lend itself to more in the way of stormy wintry weather across the Nation as we head into March. Below - satellite + radar showing all quiet on the weather front.
Below - expected low temperatures for your Saturday morning.
Below - animated maps - projections for snow and rain into Tuesday.
Lastly - snapshot weather for your Saturday. WEnjoy your holiday weekend and be safe.
Above - projected temperatures for this Saturday morning....have the hot chocolate ready. Below - satellite + radar showing arctic cold front over Appalachians with rain and some snow across No. New England...where..3-5" will fall. Elsewhere - quiet.
Below - today's risk of severe weather in green
Following. animated maps...projected snowfall and rainfall thru Monday.
We end with snapshot weather for Friday. Be safe.
Rain - seen on satellite + radar above - moving northeast only to be followed by arctic air Friday and into the weekend. Below - risk of severe weather today in yellow.
Following...animated maps through Thursday...snow and rain projections through Sunday.
Lastly - snapshot weather for your Thursday. Be safe.
Above....weather map for today....wintry mix in Southwest...rain from Texas to New England. Cold front in Canada heads south and will bring very cold air to Northern third of Nation later this week. Below - today's satellite and radar.
Below - animated maps thru Wednesday....snowfall and rainfall projections through Saturday.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Wednesday. Be safe.
sATELLITE + RADAR shows a conveyor belt of moisture from Gulf States to New England. Most of this...rain....snow - light across northern half of New England. This weather will continue into Tuesday. Wet weather in Southwest will reach East Coast Thursday then a slap of arctic air for The East this Friday into Saturday. Below- projected temperatures for this coming Saturday morning.
Below- animated maps for next 2 days...snowfall and rainfall projections through Friday.
We close with snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows rain and thunderstorms from NYC south...some of rain will be heavy with flooding...thunderstorms may be severe south..even some tornadoes. New England gets everything but the kitchen sink. Below - today's risk of severe weather.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days...snowfall and rainfall into Monday.
Closing out with snapshot weather for Friday. Be safe.
Satellite and radar above - quiet now...but moisture will gather from Gulf and as it crashes with cold air coming down out of Canada - a large plume of wet & wintry weather will form for the eastern half of the Nation. This will include severe thunderstorms in the south...heavy rain for East Coast and ice and snow for Northeast by end of week. Below - animate maps for next 2 days - snowfall and rainfall thru Friday.
Below - snapshot weather for Tuesday. 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.