Animated maps above show how there will be one front after another moving across the Nation to keep the weather unsettled. Below - radar and satellite picture followed by threat of severe weather today highlighted in dark green and yellow.
Below- high temperatures expected for Thursday followed by snowfall for the next 5 days. On a side note...several parameters indicate that there could still be another blast of winter before the mid part of April...so keep the coat handy. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows 1 front center Nation with rain and storms. Another front moving into Pacific Northwest. These fronts will produce large unsettled weather thru end of week but milder. Below - today's threat of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below...first- snowfall predicted in the next 5 days...followed by rainfall for the same 5 days ahead.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days followed by high temperatures for Wednesday. Clearly..a warming trend has started but may not last too long as we expect colder weather to return after Easter. Be safe.
Storm along west coast and another East Coast. East coast storm brings over a foot of snow to some major cities from Washington DC to near Boston....heavy snow in Mountains out west. Below - snowfall predictions for next 24 hours...followed by amount of rainfall.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days...followed by high temperatures for Thursday. We end with a map showing all of the weather advisories and warnings for today. Be safe.
A series of storms will head east from the West coast. These storms will bring severe weather in the south and wintry weather to the north. How they play out when reaching the east coast next week is anybody's guess. Below - threat for severe weather on Saturday.....followed by high temperatures for St. Patrick's Day.
Below - animated maps for the weekend followed by amounts of rain over the next 5 days. Be safe and Happy St. Patty's Day to all.
Third Nor'easter brings wind and snow to Northeast. Heaviest snow over Northern and eastern New England...1 to 2 ft with 50 mph + winds. Blizzard warnings for Cape Cod. NYC will dodge the bullet again with only 2-3"...Long Island could see more than 6". Snow showers in Great Lakes...rain along west coast...rest of the nation - fair. Below - amount of snowfall predicted next 24 hours...followed by amount of rainfall.
Below - high temperatures expected for Wednesday...followed by animated maps for the next couple of days. Be safe..
Above - radar shows snowshowers Northeast. System in Plains will head south and become a troublemaker this week. Still don't know if it will head up East coast and bring them 3rd nor'easter in 10 days. Below..outlook for severe thunderstorms Saturday...green and yellow.
Below - animated maps for the next couple of days....followed by high temperatures for Saturday and amounts of rain for the next 5 days.
Below - a look at the GFS Model for Monday - showing nor'easter hitting the northeast...followed by the Euro - off the Carolinas and missing the East Coast. Who will be right ? Either model has a 50/50 chance of being right since this winter for the East they have been anything but stunning. Have a nice weekend.
Witer storm in Dakotas will head east and reform along the mid Atlantic coast as a Nor'easter by Wednesday. Although not as strong as the last one...it could deliver a good punch of winter with wet snow to the tune of over 6" inland...less along the coast. Below - animated maps showing this...followed by predicted snowfall and rainfall amounts.
Below - today's threat for thunderstorms - in green - followed by predicted high temperatures for Tuesday. Be safe.
A storm off West coast will bring heavy rain and snow eastward through the Rockies through the weekend. Explosive storm off New Jersey will bring heavy rain - damaging wind and significant coastal flooding to Northeast with heavy wet snow across New York and western New England resulting in many power outages. Below...animated maps showing these storms for next couple of days.
Below - what the models predict for the Northeast as far as snow accumulations.
Lastly - high temperatures expected Saturday. Be safe...listen to warnings.
Makings of a big storm on radar and satellite to hit the Northeast tonight and Friday with heavy rain...strong winds...coastal flooding and heavy snow in Central NY. State where over 1 foot is possible. Below- projected snowfall for the next 5 days...followed by projected rainfall.
Below- current watches and warnings for the country followed by animated maps for the next couple of days. Be safe.