Satellite - radar shows one front rushing through The East....any showers weakening. Next system in So. Plains - heads northeast...likely wise- that rain will weaken. Below....weather map for Saturday. Notice...severe weather Central - Southern Plains.
Above...map showing pressure changes. Green and blue - pressure falling indicating low pressure......Orange - pressure rising - high pressure or fair weather. One of the tools used in everyday forecasting. Have a safe weekend.
Satellite-radar shows storm and cold front in mid section of Nation with showers and thunderstorms...moving east to the coast by Friday. Next front in Rockies will make it to east coast by Tuesday. Below...today's weather map and the risk of severe weather in dark green.
Below - rainfall projections for the next 7 days.
Below - soil temperatures in case you are ready for planting. Be safe.
You can see the storm off the Mid Atlantic with rain and wind over Northeast. Winter like storm upper Midwest ....Severe weather Mississippi Valley. Below - closeup satellite picture of storm along east coast - no mistaking where it is.
Below - today's weather map followed by The GFS Model predictions of snowfall today into tonight.
Below - expected temperatures for this Saturday. Warm to hot East....Cool to Cold West. Be safe.
Storm over Carolinas will continue bringing wet weather to East. Another storm moving out of Rockies will bring more wet weather there and to Plains and snow from Black Hills to Upper Great Lakes. Below - weather map for today showing these systems.
Below - amounts of rain expected today and tonight.
Very warm - summerlike weather this Saturday - especially east. Below - expected temperatures to Saturday.
Below - weather map for Sunday. Wherever there are fronts...there will be chance of wet weather....so find your location and make your own forecast.
Most dominating feature today is a coastal low along the east coast. It will work slowly north bringing a few days of cloudy - wet weather to East. A front moving out of The Rockies will bring wet weather to the Plains...with another system in the Pacific NW. Below - weather map depicting the above.
Below....amount of rainfall projected today.
Above - projected temperatures for this Saturday. Summer from Texas to Mid Atlantic....late winter for Rockies and Upper Midwest. Be safe.
Cold front moving into Northeast with rain. Rain and snow Rockies ....rain and storms Southern Plains. Watch disturbance south of Cuba. Below - severe weather outlook for today.
Map above is for Saturday. Heavy rains Tennessee Valley into Appalachians...severe storms Gulf States.....unsettled Northwest and Rockies.
Below - 8 to 14 day outlook for temperatures.
Above...upper air pattern for next Friday. This shows a deep trof western half with a ridge in the east. That means - cool and wet west - warm and dry east.
Below - expected high temperatures for next Friday....which verifies this upper air pattern. Be safe.
Satellite - radar show rain over Great Lakes and Northeast and that won't change through Friday. Unsettled in the Pacific NW. Below - today's weather map...again - yellow shows potential for severe weather.
Below - map showing where severe weather may be today....green - yellow - brown.
Lastly - gfs model for Sunday - showing storm to south of New England....keeping wet weather south. Lots of wet weather out west. Be safe.
Above....early a.m. radar ...blotchy but will be changing through the day. Below...current weather map...notice the yellow - that's severe weather possible.
Below - rainfall projection for the next 7 days. Tennessee Valley to Carolinas will get the heaviest rain.
Lastly - upper air pattern expected for end of this month. It would indicate cooler west - warmer east. Be safe.
Satellite/radar shows showers over Carolinas....rain and storms in Northern Plains. These 2 areas merge by end of week over the East. Below - weather map for today.
Above....temperatures for this Sunday. Notice very warm in the Southeast...very cool in Northeast. Boundary between these air masses could instigate a wet storm. Below....GFS model for this Sunday....showing that storm. More details later in week.. Be safe.
Radar shows just scattered areas of rain and some snow...all of which should lend itself to a rather quiet Easter Weekend nationwide.
Above - today's weather map...showing scattered rain. Below - weather map for Saturday and Easter Sunday.
Below - maps showing rainfall for the next 7 days....(mostly - central)....and daytime temperatures for the next 7 days and how they will average. Have a safe and enjoyable Holiday weekend.
Above - radar - showing rain in Midwest which will weaken out as it moves east. Rain in the west will head east and could affect the East Coast this weekend. Below....satellite showing clouds...notice the storm in the Atlantic...which stays in the Atlantic.
Today's weather map. System in Midwest waits for West Coast system and then heads east. Below...Canadian and Euro Models for Easter Sunday....both models showing some showers for Ohio Valley...and out West.....so most of the Nation should be fair and warm.
A cool front moves across The East today with some showers as another one heads across The Rockies. Below...today's weather map....April showers..but no big Spring storms.
Below - map for Easter Sunday by Euro. Shaded areas show the best chance of any rain or showers.
Below - temperatures for Easter Sunday.
One front working through Great Lakes with a few showers...next one along West Coast could make it to East Coast by Easter Sunday . Neither one will produce much in the way of showers across the north. Below...today's outlook for severe thunderstorms...dark green....only marginal.
Below...today's weather map.
Below...temperatures expected on Easter Sunday....followed by the weather map.
Lastly....how will daytime temperatures average over the next 14 days ......
Today's weather map shows a cool front in Great Lakes with some showers....another moving through The Rockies which could affect the East on Easter Sunday. Warm for most of the nation. Below...satellite picture shows clouds and showers associated with both of these fronts.
Below - expected high temperatures for this coming Easter Sunday.....
Next map that follows is the GFS Model for Easter Sunday afternoon. Green shading indicates showers.
The following 2 maps show how rainfall and daytime temperatures will average for the next 7 days. Be safe.
Yesterday's storm in Northeast causing rain and snowshowers there today...with lots of wind. New storm along west coast will bring rain to California into Saturday. Quiet - central. Below - today's weather map.
Below....temperature projection map for this coming Tuesday.
Lastly...GFS Model for Easter Sunday.
Above model shows nice weather for East...showers across the Great Lakes...showers and storms Southern Rockies and Plains. Be safe.
Spring storm in Ohio sending plenty of wet and windy weather to the East coast. Included in that...threat of severe weather for Mid Atlantic....see map below.
Below - today's weather map showing the Eastern storm system. New system heads in to the West Coast.
Below - amounts of rain expected today and tonight.
Below - expected daytime highs for this coming Monday: warm east - cold west. Be safe.
Severe weather possible today in the area outlined above. The red indicates the best chance and in those areas...tornadoes are possible ...some of which could have a long duration. Below...satellite and radar shows this storm quite vividly....signs are present for ongoing severe weather to the southeast.
Below...today's weather map depicting this storm and it's severe weather. Below that chart...a map showing rainfall projections.
Above...what the weather map should look like on Thursday.....big spring storm over the Northeast. Be safe...
Satellite - radar showing storm #1 swirling through Northeast with heavy rain.
Storm # 2 - Southern Plains...will become a severe weather maker Wednesday into Thursday as it heads for Great Lakes. Below...today's weather map showing both of these storms.
Today's severe threat areas below.
Below - storm # 2 by Thursday. This system will have more punch than the present one and severe weather could be more widespread across Gulf States and Southeast. Below the map...the upper air....which shows a powerful jet stream...which will aid in heavy rain and severe weather.
Finally - rainfall amounts expected with storm # 2. Green indicates 2". Be safe.
The first of 2 spring storms this week is moving out of Mississippi Valley and will be responsible for severe weather today in the south and southeast. Rain elsewhere in the East. 2nd storm in Rockies hits the same areas Wed & Thursday.
Today's severe weather threat region above. Below....today's weather map.
Map below shows rainfall projections for this week. Notice that the heaviest is across Northern section especially from Great Lakes to Northeast. 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.