Above. today's risk of severe weather...dark green to orange. A severe outbreak is likely from Oklahoma to Southern Kansas and Missouri. Below - satellite-radar showing one batch of rain moving out of the Northeast...and the next across the Plains.
Below - animated maps for the next couple - followed by expected rainfall through Sunday.
Below - upper air pattern for next week. Weather systems out west move northeast toward the East Coast. Fast pattern - quick changes. Followed by your pollen forecast.
Above - early MOnday temperatures. The boundary between blue and yellow represent a wavy front which will mean rain and drizzle to the north in the cooler air...showers and storms in the warmer air - yellow. Below - threat of severe storms today in dark green and yellow.
Below- satellite- radar showing the areas of rain .....followed by amounts of rain through the end of this week.
Below - animated maps for the next couple...followed by weather map for Tuesday. Notice on that map...Boston has a high of 62...Washington DC has a high of 85....there is the boundary. Be safe.
Above - severe weather threat in dark green and yellow today. Below - satellite + radar showing wet system headed for East Coast.
Below - rainfall expected into Wednesday followed by animated maps.
Below- map for Saturday. Enjoy the weekend...be safe.
Heavy storms in lower Mississippi Valley with more storms moving down the Plains....and rain over the Ohio Valley - all headed toward the East Coast Friday - Friday night. In it's wake - windy and cooler. Another low will move across the Lakes and Ohio Valley this weekend...bringing some additional rain...with snow from upper Great Lakes to No. New England.
Below- today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below - rainfall into Tuesday of next week...followed by animated maps.
Following - map for Friday. Be safe.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days followed by rainfall projections through Sunday.
Finally - map for Thursday. Be safe.
Above....tree pollen intensity. Below - satellite and radar showing several areas of showers and storms. One moving away from New England..the other over the Great Lakes will be off the east coast Wednesday...and another in Texas will be along East coast Friday.
Below- severe storms today - dark green and yellow followed by rainfall amounts into Saturday.
Finally - animated maps next couple...and conditions for Wednesday.
Areas of unsettled weather from Southern Plains to Central Plains and Midwest and over The Northeast. Temps on the above side. Below - today's risk of thunderstorms in green....followed by amount of rain through the week.
Below - animated maps for next couple...then today's pollen ....followed by Tuesday weather . Be safe.
Map above shows risk of severe weather today from dark green to red. The red area is the greatest risk...and this area could see tornadoes. Below - satellite and radar showing the potent front moving toward the East coast.
Below - animated maps into the weekend followed by rainfall into Wednesday.
Below- conditions and temps for Easter SUnday. Be safe and have a wonderful holy-day weekend.
Above - today's weather map showing the wet weather heading east from Midwest and Gulf States. Severe weather possible in the south...see below...green - yellow and tan.
Below - satellite + radar followed by rainfall predictions into Wednesday of next week.
Below- animated maps into Friday - followed by pollen map. Be safe.
Satellite=Radar above shows major storm in Plains with showers and Thunderstorms..some severe headed east. System will close in on East Coast beginning Friday and into Saturday. Below- risk of severe weather ...followed by amounts of rain through weekend.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days followed by weather conditions and high temperatures for Thursday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar above shows a wave train of moisture from Great Lakes to West Coast. This area will stretch to East Coast by Thursday and haunt into Easter Weekend. Below - thunderstorms chances today in green...none of which expected to be severe.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days followed by rainfall projections into the weekend.
Satellite shows big storm over Minnesota moving northeast. It's associated front will bring showers and thunderstorms eastward into
Appalachians today - and off East Coast by Saturday morning. A new storm forming on the tail end of the front in the Gulf will ride into the Northeast Sunday and Monday. That storm will be responsible for a severe weather outbreak this weekend in the south. Below- severe weather threat today....followed by rainfall and snowfall predictions into Tuesday.
Below - animated maps for the weekend followed by map for Saturday showing high temperatures and severe weather in red. Be safe.
Snowfall amounts through Saturday as per Canadian Model. Below - threat of severe weather today....aiming at Midwest.
Below - satellite + radar showing center of storm in NE Kansas. Heavy snow north and northwest - severe weather expected to the east of storm late today and tonight. It's a slow mover ...so it doesn't clear Lakes until Friday. Meanwhile another storm from the Gulf could bring Chicago wet snow this weekend.
Below - expected snowfall and rainfall into Tuesday....followed by map showing current warnings in effect.
Animated maps showing track of the storm. Be safe.
Above....snowfall amounts forecast by The Canadian Model. Some places
close to 3 feet. Blizzard warnings are up. Below...Satellite and radar showing that storm to be forming in Rockies. Following that....overall snowfall through Tuesday...and rainfall.
Below - today's threat of severe weather in dark green- orange and yellow.
Animated maps showing the progress of that big storm....followed by weather conditions for Thursday. Be safe.
Above..snowfall map expected through Saturday. Red and purple = 1 to 2 ft...Nebraska..Dakotas - Minnesota...Wisconsin. Below...today's risk of severe thunderstorms in green and yellow.
Below- radar and satellite picture showing storm brewing over Rockies. Following...animated maps showing how that storm will travel into Thursday bringing blizzard conditions to upper Plains.
Lastly - rainfall expected through Saturday followed by high temps and conditions for Wednesday. Be safe.
Satellite - radar shows a front moving through the Northeast with rain Monday morning. Storm in Texas will head east and produce severe weather to the Se Coast today. Below - today's risk of severe weather in green - yellow - orange.
Below - snowfall and rainfall through late week. Notice snowfall totals in Northern Plains and Upper Midwest could be 1 to 2 feet with blizzard conditions there Thursday. Below- animated maps for next couple...followed by high temperatures for Tuesday. Be safe.
Satellite and radar show one system for The East with rain and showers today into Saturday....then fair and mild. Showers moving into Rockies will reach East Coast Monday....and this fast pace pattern continues next week. Below - today's risk of severe weather in green and yellow.
Below- expected snowfall and rainfall into Tuesday. Notice how snowfall is confined to mainly northern areas.
BTW - most of the rainfall above...falls Monday into Tuesday. Below - animated maps through the weekend followed by high temperatures for Saturday. Be safe.
Wet stormy weather in Central part of the Nation as seen above in satellite + radar. Severe weather possible in south today..otherwise fair and cool for The East...Unsettled west. Below - today's risk of severe weather in green and yellow followed by snow and rain predictions into Monday.
Below - animated maps for the next couple - followed by high temps and conditions for Friday. Be safe.
Satellite/radar shows quite an intense storm south of Cape Cod, Ma., and it will head for Nova Scotia and bring strong winds to Northeast today.
Unsettled Rockies...that heads east to affect the East Coast - Friday. Below...today's risk of severe weather - green and yellow.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days then expected snowfall and rainfall into SUnday.
Lastly...high temperatures tomorrow. Green shows rain area...red...severe risk area. Be safe.
Satellite-radar: notice a curl moving across The Gulf States. That upper air energy will cause a coastal storm off the Carolinas today which will intensify and move up the East Coast and just offshore tonight. Winds are expected to be close to 70 mph close to the storm...and storm force winds could hit the Cape...also the place for the heaviest rains. Clearing windy for Northeast Wednesday. Below threat of thunderstorms today in
green followed by snowfall and rainfall into Saturday.
Animated maps followed by high temperatures for Wednesday.
Satellite/radar shows cold front offshore but stalled in SOutheast where it will be wet next couple. Rain in Texas panhandle moves east and casues a storm to form on front in SE which takes up the coast by just offshore. Long ISland and The Cape will get some rain and wind from it Tuesday nite. Temps will be up and down the rest of the week. Below - expected snowfall and rainfall through Saturday.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days followed by high temperatures for Tuesday. Be safe.