Be safe and have a nice weekend.
New storm in Southern Rockies and Plains will head east and bring wet - cool weather across the Nation into next Tuesday.
Weather map for today shows new storm in Texas..with wet weather covering alot of real estate. This storm heads east so that my Sunday it will look like below.
Below...you will find a map showing how daytime temperatures will average over the next 7 days. Most of the nation at or below the norm.
Lastly...below is a map showing daytime highs for this coming Monday as we start the new month of May. Cool is the word.
Be safe and have a nice weekend.
Storm in Midwest continues to spread rain from Dakotas to Ohio Valley....some storms will be on the severe side over the Mid Atlantic. Another system in the Southwest will head across the Nation and reach the East Coast Sunday and Monday.
Today's severe weather threat in dark green and yellow.
Weather map for this evening. Storm in Ohio Valley heads east with wet weather for the East into Friday. Next storm pulling out of the southwest will bring rain this weekend to Central and then Eastern U.S. by end of weekend and into early next week...so May starting like April leaves off. Below...the various computer models on their take for the southwestern storm reaching the East this Monday. Much needed rain for the Northeast seems possible. Be safe.
Severe weather threat today in yellow....dark green is marginal.
Satellite picture shows the moisture reving up from Plains to Lower Mississippi Valley...which is where the severe threat is today. A vigorous low off the Oregon coast will be the next weather maker this weekend and next week.
Above- current map....below...map moving forward to Thursday night. Train of lows and storms does not stop.
Below...the 3 long range models and their projection for chilly air to return to the Northeast by next Friday.....while elsewhere the wetness and warmth continue. Be safe.
Today's threat of severe weather highlighted by red from Nebraska to Oklahoma....but tan & yellow not to be left out. Small area of severe for mid Atlantic.
Satellite already shows moisture in Texas Panhandle likely to
trigger severe weather as posted above. Blue and green area over Great Lakes will bring wet weather to Northeast.
Above...amounts of rain expected for next 7 days: noted almost 9" for flooded Texas....4" + from Plains to MidAtlantic. May could be very wet. Be safe.
Satellite shows a fornt moving toward east coast with showers...another storm for the West Coast. Central sections drying out as we can see the jet stream dipping to Texas.
Threat of marginally severe weather today in dark green above.
ABove....rainfall within the last 12 hours.
Present upper air pattern showing trof over Great Lakes and south....moving east. Next one along Pacific NW coast.
Satellite shows upper low spinning in the Plains. Notice...slight movement to the dark blue area in Ohio Valley.....all an indication of how slow things are moving. That rain may not reach the East Coast until late Friday.
Above...our weather map shows that slow system allowing it to stay dry on both coasts. Below...amount of rainfall expected over the next 7 days.
Chart below shows threat of severe weather today in dark green which is only marginal.
Below...upper air map suggesting a large upper low west.....and a ridge to build east. This will take about 7 to 10 days...and should signal warming East - cooling west.
Finally...last map showing high temperatures for next Thursday. You can see the trend above. Be safe.
Satellite shows low over The Plains...bright colors mean more heavy rain for Texas.
Map for today shows how the wet weather hasn't moved much from the last few days. Nicest weather - East Coast. Below...threat of severe weather in dark green and yellow...again...for parts of Texas.
Above...upper air map for next Monday. Trof in west will send moisture to Plains and then it will be taken across The Ohio Valley and toward the Mid Atlantic. Could be a wetter pattern for the middle third of the Nation. Be safe.
Satellite radar shows large swirl from Rockies to Plains and it will be moving very slowly east...not reaching east coast until Friday. Flooding rains are still possible in the south. Below...risk area for excessive rains.
Below is the amounts of rain possible today....followed by the area for severe weather in dark green which is only marginal.
Below...today's map which for the most part changes very little over the next few days. Be safe.
Looks like last Friday's map....but things are blocked and moving slowly. Rain continues from Plains to Texas with flooding a real possibility across SE Texas. Some Showers New England.
Above...today's severe threat is dark green and yellow which points out Texas. Below...amounts of rain expected today and tonight....again SE Texas with over 5".
Map above for this evening....showing the rain for the Plains and some for New England. Below...amounts of rain over the next 7 days. Be safe all.
Wet weather from Rockies to Plains...and over the Southeast...otherwise Nice.
Today's weather map showing the wet weather Rockies and Plains and Southeast with nice weather elsewhere. Below..risk of severe weather today in dark green and yellow.
North America Satellite shows southern stream of moisture from Pacific to Southeast coast. System West Coast and Plains will haunt them through the weekend. Below....weather map for today...showing high pressure in the East...so nice weather there for several days to come.
Amounts of precip. for next 7 days. The ring of Fire showing rain from Southeast...to Texas...up through the Plains and then east across Southern Canada. This pattern will hold through the weekend. Below...temperatures by day for the next 7 days. Most of the Nation in red....above normal. Be safe.
Today's map shows high pressure for Northeast....wet across the Gulf States and very wet from The Northwest into The Rockies and it only gets wetter from here. Satellite below shows these 2 areas of moisture which will haunt these areas through the weekend with flooding rains.
Below...map of what it will look like over this weekend. Front in central sections will be the problem.
Map below shows amounts of rain this weekend. Some places well over 7". For now...be safe.
Front is seen along east coast. Moisture in south will stick around into weekend. Next front approaching west coast.
Above - weather map for this Sunday....which pretty much speaks for entire weekend. Center nation unsettled. Below...temperatures expected for this Saturday.
Below...7 days precipitation totals. Texas wins the jackpot...some places over 7" of rain. Be safe.
Two jet streams with the one in the south holding most of the moisture and that should stay over the southern third of the U.S.
The black showing up over the Upper Midwest is dry cool air..and it is moving east.
Map for tonight shows front moving through the Ohio Valley with showers - possible severe thunderstorms in lower Mississippi Valley. Unsettled in the southwest. Below....severe potential map....green and yellow - best chances.
Above....upper air map for this week. Two jet streams with one in the south transporting all of the moisture. Jet in north will likely bring drier air to Lakes and Northeast mid and late week.
Not sure how these 2 stream will play out this weekend.
For now...be safe.
Satellite picture shows deep low in Eastern Canada keeping cold air for the Northeast quarter of the Nation. Rainy wet in the Southwest. Disturbance in upper Midwest heads east and some place from Pennsylvania...Northern Delaware - N.Jersey..Long Island will get enough snow Saturday night to use the shovels.
Temperature early this morning. Cold enough for snow..especially at night.
This is the GFS upper air map for Saturday night. Circulation off California will continue to bring wet weather there. The intense circulation off New Jersey is a closed 500 low. This has been shows by the GFS for the last couple of days. If it verifies...a band of moderate snowfall is possible anywhere from NJ to Long Island to Cape Cod. Good luck. Below...the various models for Saturday night for the east coast. All very similar.
Be safe...have a nice weekend.
Satellite/radar shows complex storm in upper Midwest. System moves east and drenches the East Thursday. Cold flow behind system produces unseasonably cold weather for Northeast this weekend with some snow. West coast will see showers by late week and weekend. Below...amounts of precipitation expected Thursday and Thursday night.
Below....most models advertising cold for the Northeast this weekend....indicated by the blue shading.
The current pattern may be very slow to break down....so chances are things will not be changing much through the mid part of the month. Be safe.
Cold air continues from Great Lakes to Northeast. Next wet weather system moving through Rockies...then to East Coast late week followed by some very cold air this weekend.
Map for this evening showing the cold air in the East "H" and
next storm in Dakotas with rain. Below...amounts of rain expected with this system Thursday and Friday.
Below...some of the models and their predictions for this Saturday. All on the same page ...showing unseasonably cold air in the east.
Below...2 maps: first showing the high temperatures for this Saturday...(looks like January in Northeast)....second showing the lows Sunday morning. 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.