Large - big storm hits the east today - and hits New England the hardest with heavy wet snow...some places over 1 foot. Next storm is seens already swirling in the southwest...it will make it to East Coast by Tuesday. Below...today's weather map showing all of the above.
Below....projected snowfall amounts by the 3 computer models.
Below...GFS map for storm now in the southwest...and where it will be come Tuesday. Be safe.
Satellite Radar - shows an intense Spring/WInter Storm in Plains moving east to the east coast Friday into Saturday. This storm will have everything but the kitchen sink. Below...the threat of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes today and tonight in highlighted areas.
Above - today's weather map showing that March Lion over Missouri. As the storm moves off the Mid Atlantic Saturday...it will bring heavy wet snow from New York State to New England...many places getting over 1 foot of heavy wet snow....sure to cause power problems. Below - see how the models are in sync with storm for Friday.
Finally....the models and their forecast for amounts of snow. If you are in any of these areas.....it's no April Fool's joke. Be safe.
The March Lion is witnessed in this photo showing heavy rain and strong storms from Kansas to Texas. This storm will make tracks east and leave some some rough results in its path. Below..today's severe outlook.
Today's map shows the March Lion in Oklahoma with severe weather in Southern Plain. As this storm tracks off the Mid Atlantic Coast by Saturday...the map you will see below....it will bring rain to the East on Friday...and heavy wet snow to Northern Half of New England where over 1 foot is possible.
Below...prediction of snow accumulations by the 3 models: GFS - Canadian and Euro.....they all cannot be wrong.....perhaps overdone. Be safe.
One storm Ohio Valley - soaks The east today...next storm in Rockies will soak the East - even whiten the Northeast Friday. Below...close up look at satellite showing storm in Ohio Valley now.
Below - today's weather map showing both of these storms and the extensive precipitation shield with each.
Below - closeup of GFS - Northeast - this Friday. Blue = snow....green = rain.
Below....Euro Model projections for snowfall accumulations for this Friday in New England. Read it and weep. Be safe.
Dark blue and yellow in Center of Nation will produce severe weather today and bring wet weather all the way to east coast. Below...map showing the areas that have potential of severe weather today.
Below - outlook for rainfall over the next 7 days.
Below - outlook for how temperatures will average right through April 9th....above the average for almost everyone. Be safe.
Satellite/radar shows bands of moisture moving west to east so changes may not be major but frequent.
Current temperatures showing the cold trend north and mild south. Below...today's weather map.
Below...precipitation amounts for the next 7 days....followed by how temperatures will average.....colder than normal east and west coasts. Be safe.
Here's a snapshot of temperatures expected today....the first day of Spring.
Below...map for today...showing a lot less snow and ice nationwide.
Below...today's satellite picture. Still active but not as extreme.
Another strong cold front comes down from Canada this weekend for the Northeast. A band of snow and ice will follow....so that may be a problem.
Aside from that West Coast gets wet again.
Lastly....snapshot of temperatures this Thursday. Cold snap again for The Northeast. Be safe.
Satellite-radar shows system in Great Lakes moving east. It will threaten Northeast this weekend with either noticeable snow or little to next to nothing.
Below...today's map...followed by map for Saturday.
Below...how daytime temperatures will average through most of next week. Even though it will be spring...still colder than normal east.
Below - this weekend's snowfall predictions by the models: in this order....GFS...NAM....Canadian....Euro. You can pick the one of your choice.
Be safe...Happy St. Patty's Day to all.
Satellite shows deep trof in East with cold air...ridge out west with warm air..pattern not changing soon. System in Rockies makes it to East Coast Saturday. Below - today's weather map.
Below - Saturday's map. SYstem from west brings rain and snow to Northeast and Mid Atlantic. Rain nears west coast.
Below...various models and what they see for Saturday along the East Coast. Fortunately...they are in agreement....so Northeast gets wet snow....rain further south. Right now..looks light...but sometimes these lows blow up upon hitting the ocean and can often surprise forecasters. We shall see. Be safe.
Yesterdays big storm in Northeast in moving away as you can see the big dip in the jet sream far south with freeze warnings down to Atlanta, Ga. Next system out west makes it to the East Saturday. Meanwhile...record warmth for the West. Below...temperatures early this a.m.
Below....today's weather map.
The system approach the East Coast Saturday could be tricky. All models except the Euro bring the low across New England...giving them snow....but Euro brings it south extending snow threat to Mid Atlantic. We shall see. Be safe. Below - the models on Saturday.
Above - snow totals by Euro Model...looks like 37" for Catskills - NY could be the winner. Below...snow totals by GFS and Canadian.
Below...today's weather map showing the big storm in the East. Calm for much of the rest of the Nation.
Satellite - radar showing storm along East Coast....and some rain and snow in Northwest. Be safe.
Above....Euro Model's snowfall prediction for nor'easter tonight and Tuesday.
Below...in this order.....snowfall prdictions from other models: Canadian...GFS....NAM.
AM satellite and radar. Distinct upper low near Iowa...moving southeast. It will help to take moisture over Gulf and bring it up coast into cold air. Below...weather map for this evening followed by map for Tuesday evening.
From Penn...to Mid Atlantic up through New England....1 to 2 feet on Tuesday...some local amounts over 2 ft. possible. Be safe.
Satellite/radar showing storm moving toward Mid Atlantic. Snow north of track..rain and thunderstorms south of track. Rest of the Nation - fair very cold.
Above - GFS and Canadian prediction for snowfall today.
Below....Major Winter Coastal Storm possible next Tuesday. Below...you will find the models placement of that storm today. Note: The GFS is the closest to the coast indication snow/ice changing to rain for NYC/Long Island/ Ct. Most all other models say - all snow . Depending upon that storm track....if it stays all snow...many places from Mid Atlantic to New England will be measuring more than inches.
Be safe. Have a nice weekend.
Above....GFS Model prediction for snow on Friday.
Canadian projection for snow on Friday.
Satellite shows next system speeding across Rockies...to bring snow to Northeast Friday. Below...current a.m. temperatures. Cold air over Plains heading east and south.
Below....different takes on potential east coast winter storm next Tuesday.
Likely to changfe many times before Tuesday. For now...stay safe.
Satellite shows cold front moving to Eastern Seaboard with showers. Second front in Great Lakes will bring cold air to much of The East this weekend. Pacific storms will bring big headaches especially next week to the East.
Above...today's weather map. Below...temperatures for this Sunday. The yellow band will be the storm track next week.
Below....The Euro...The GFS.....The Canadian snowfall predictions for the Northeast this Friday. Be safe.
Pronounced cold front in Midwest heads for East Coast with rain...showers and thunderstorms ahead of it. Colder weather will be headed out of Central Canada and just how that interacts with lows moving in from British Columbia is anything but certain.
Threat of severe weather today in dark green and yellow. Below...weather map today showing the systems we just spoke about.
Above - GFS model that continues to insist on a small band of light snow from Ohio to Long Island Friday while all other models say NO. Let's see who is right.Just above....map of upper atmosphere. Ridging in Western Canada to Alaska indicate cold air. Need to watch disturbances moving across The Northwest to see how they travel this weekend. Until then...be safe.
Jet stream showing lots of amplitude on satellite thus more in the way of action this week. Low in Upper Midwest brings rain to the East Tuesday. System in Northwest could bring some rain or snow to East late week.
Map for today into tonight. Severe weather threat Midwest...yellow above...and see below.
Below....3 models....GFS - Canadian and Euro for this coming Sunday. 2 out of 3 want to bring wintry precip to the East....Canadian models says no. We shall see. Be safe.
Early a.m. temperatures......unseasonably cold for March in many places.
Below...Satellite/radar - on the quiet side.
Below - weather map for Saturday. Most of the action Texas and West.
Below - GFS Model projection for snowfall over the next 10 days. Be safe and have a nice weekend.
Can you find the cold front above ? Bands of snow flying down across North Country but dry for the most part. Below....today's weather map.
Below...clipper low moving from Ohio Valley to Mid Atlantic with a little snow....just to remind us - it is still winter.
Below...map showing how daytime temperatures will average for the next week. Red is above - blue is below normal. 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.