Notice the curl north of Lake Superior: that upper low is causing bands of moisture over the eastern half. This pattern holding into weekend. Below...current map....
Below - current temperatures - notice the coolness. Below that - risk of severe weather today in dark green and yellow.
Above - GFS Model for this Sunday. Wet weather from Great Lakes to Northeast and down through The Gulf. Below - amounts of rain expected this weekend.
Finally - tomorrow begins the North Atlantic Hurricane Season. Many forecasters think it will be above normal....we do not. However...we do not think it is very possible to predict these storms....so it's anyone's guess. Unfortunately...all you need is 1 to hit the U.S. and it was a bad season. Below - the Atlantic basin. Be safe.
Moisture plume from Gulf up along East Coast continues much of this week. West continues dry and warm.
Above - today's weather map. Showers for entire eastern Half of the Nation. Below - today's severe outlook....dark green and yellow.
Below - rainfall amounts expected from Friday into Sunday.
Above - upper air flow for this weekend. Ridge across Rockies - warm and dry. Trof from Dakotas to Mid Atlantic - cool - cloudy - and wet from time to time. Below - map showing how daytime temperatures will average over the next 7 days. Blue - below norm....red - above norm. Be safe.
Easy to pick out the storm ....spinning across New England. Next system flying through Plains and Midwest. Below - today's weather map.
Below is the map for Saturday....notice the large area of flash flooding - red - and severe weather - yellow.
Following maps shows the potential for severe weather for today...Saturday and Sunday....again - dark green - yellow - orange.
Below - temperatures expected on Monday - Memorial Day...followed about amount of rainfall over the next 7 days. Have a nice and safe holiday weekend.
Upper air low spinning away over Ohio Valley - cranking a plume of rain for the East today...tonight. Next front in Rockies - heads east to affect East coast late Sunday and Monday. Below - today's weather map.
Below...find today's threat of severe weather shaded in dark green and yellow.
Below - GFS Models for Saturday - Sunday - Monday. Any shaded area represents rain or showers. Be safe.
If you look at Iowa-Missouri you can see a circulation. That system will continue to keep the eastern half of the Nation unsettled right through holiday weekend. Below - today's weather map.
Below - toay's threat of severe weather - covers most of the southeast...dark green and yellow.
Below - The GFS Model for each afternoon through the holiday weekend. To find out the weather in your area...just look for your location...if it has green shading...you have a chance of wet weather....otherwise you should be fine.
Below - an upper air map showing a trof over the east....and that allows the jet stream to drop south keeping things under the trof...cooler and unsettled. Not signs of that breaking for rest of this month. Be safe.
West continues quiet....eastern half of the Nation....noisy with lots of showers and thunderstorms. Below...today's weather map followed by the projection for severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below...early a.m. temperatures - on the cool side for this time of year.
Below - map showing how rainfall will average from now until June 1.
Above - expected map for this Sunday. Wherever there are fronts...there will be showers......"H" mean fair and dry. Below - map for Monday...Memorial Day. Be safe.
Except for the western third...most of the nation - unsettled and will continue to be so right through much of this week. Timing issues will continue thus very hard to project what kind of weather and where for the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend. Below - today's weather map.
Threat of severe weather today - dark green and yellow.
Below...amount of rain projected for the next 7 days which takes us into the holiday weekend. Much too earlier to speculate on models...so opted to stay away from that today....more on that as the week moves on. Be safe.
A cold front moving through Northeast will take temps from mid 90s to mid 60s by the weekend. Meanwhile another storm in the Plains will drench Center Nation. Below - early a.m. actual temperatures: notice the chilly air in Midwest.
Below - weather map for Sunday. Mid section getting hit again...both coasts look fine.
Above....max temperatures for next Wednesday. Below - rainfall projections for the next 7 days. Be safe and have a nice weekend.
Features to note on this hemispheric shot: very enhanced area near Puerto Rico....they will get heavy rain and it could become tropical. Cold front Great Lakes trailing down through Texas into Pacific. Another front in Rockies with rain and snow ! Below - today's weather map.
Today's threat of severe weather - dark green - yellow - brown and red.
The red area almost definitely means there will be severe weather...and that is in Kansas and parts of Oklahoma.....residents need to be very vigil there today.
Below - a look at temperature prediction for the next 10 days.
Lastly...the drought monitor....looking good....almost all of the Nation is great shape with the exception of Florida and Southwest. Be safe.
A front in the Plains will continue stormy weather today and threat of severe which you will find outlined in map below. East gets warmer..West gets cooler.
Below....today's weather map showing that active front followed by high temperatures for today....and the amount of rainfall over the next 48 hours.
Below...amount of rainfall projected over the next 7 days. Be safe .
Storm moving away from New England...to be replaced by several days of summerlike - dry weather. Showers in NW....stormy Central. Below...map showing threat of severe weather today....yellow and brown indicates better chances.
Below - weather map today - showing the stormy weather over the Plains. This system will days before reaching the East Coast....perhaps not until next Monday.
Below - first map shows current morning temperatures....notice how warm. Second map - shows the deviation of daytime temperatures from normal over the next week. Blue is colder - red is warmer. Be safe.
Weekend storm continues to affect New England with showers and wind.
It will move out to sea and warm weather will follow rest of the week. Showers and storms in the Plains will head east and weekend with time. Below...today's weather map.
Below - rainfall projections for the next 7 days. Following that - forecast how temperatures will average during the day blue - below norm....red = above. Be safe.
Storm moving across Tennessee Valley will bring rain and wind to East Coast Saturday...and into Sunday. The Pacific Northwest will continue unsettled through weekend. Elsewhere - fair and summerlike. Below is the weather map for Saturday.....for your planning purposes.
Below - amounts of rain expected through Saturday...followed by chance of severe weather today - in dark green.
Above - map for next Wednesday. High off Carolinas promotes summerlike weather for the Eastern Half of the Nation. The low in Minnesota heads east and by next weekend - pulls down a cold front to
end that warm up.....see map below. Have a safe weekend and a Happy Mother's Day to our mom's.
Satellite showers rain from Ohio Valley to a storm in Texas. All moves east then north by weekend....to bring a rainy noreaster to Northeast. Below - today's weather map and threat of severe weather.
Below - amounts of rain expected Saturday. Winner - Northeast with 1-2" of rain expected.
Finally - GFS Model for Saturday then Sunday. Green indicating rain. Storm slowly moves out of Northeast Sunday. Be safe.
The Northeast still putting up with clouds from last week's storm...while the Southwest continues under their storm. That storm will head for the northeast as a coastal storm this weekend.....with lots of rain and wind. Below - today's weather map.
Below - GFS Model for SUnday. Northeast getting belted while the rest of the Nation should be fine for Mother's Day. Below that - amounts of rain likely this weekend. Be safe.
One storm - Baja Ca. - other over Ontario Canada. In between - Midwest rain...ROckies and Plains - thunderstorms. These systems will be slow to move but SW low will head for East Coast this Mother's Day Weekend. Exactly where it will track is questionable....but wet weather seems likely. Below - today's weather map and that is followed by severe weather outlook - green and yellow - showing best areas.
Below...you will find the projections of various models for low this Saturday. The Euro is closest to the coast - the heavier rain - which more than likely will be the most accurate. Be safe.
Storms in Northeast and Southwest.....neither are in any hurry since pattern still remains to be blocked. Front in Rockies will produce some severe weather today. Below - outlook for severe weather in green and yellow.
Below - today's weather map showing both of these storms and the front in Rockies. Once the storm leaves in Northeast late week...the system in the Southwest will be on it's heels and it could mess up weather in East for Mother's Day weekend. Below....morning temperatures.....notice how it is coldest under both of those lows.
Below...the various models and how they are projecting Mother's Day. Remember - green shading indicated rain. Timing here will be more important.
Another Spring storm in Ohio Valley will bring heavy rain - wind to the East today. That storm will stall and result in showery- cool weather for Northeast and Mid Atlantic into early next week. Some of higher elevations will get wet snow. Below - weather map for Saturday showing the unsettled weather.
Below - early a.m. temperatures: quite cool for this time of year.
Below - GFS Model for Sunday. Green is rain.....blue is snow......read it and weep if you're in any of those areas. Be safe - have a nice weekend.
Satellite/radar shows the next storm in Mid Mississippi Valley...lots of rain..thunderstorms headed eastbound for East Coast Friday....and beyond.Below....weather map for today.
Below - today's severe threat - highlighted in green - only marginal but still possible.
Amounts of rainfall expected on Friday. Many places will receive over 2" of rain in Northeast.
Since the storm above will stall over the Northeast this weekend....temperatures during the day will be unseasonably chilly. Below- high temperatures for this Sunday.....grab the coats.
Below - GFS models for Saturday and Sunday. Green indicates rain or showers. Plan accordingly. Be safe.
BTW - any blue on maps indicate snow......yes.....snow.
Satellite shows next storm in Southern Plains...headed east and will affect the East Coast Friday. Once it gets there it may linger in Northeast into next week.
Below - today's weather map showing that storm and it's associated severe weather.
Below - today's threat area for severe weather.
Below...rainfall expected over the next 7 days....followed by the trend of daytime temperatures and how they will average. Blue is below normal...red is above normal.
Lastly...look at the upper air into next week. It shows a large upper low over Norftheast and Southwest. These areas will see clouds...showers and below normal temperatures due to these features. Not pretty. Be safe.
Storm over Great Lakes - it's front along east coast. Next storm brewing in Rockies. Below - early a.m. actual temperatures - more like early April.
Below - today's weather map showing the beginnings of 2nd storm in Southern Plains.
Below - GFS Model for next storm - Friday....Saturday ....Sunday. Green indicates rain.
Amounts of rain expected Friday - Saturday. Be safe.
Intense spring storm - Missouri-Iowa - responsible for the killer tornadoes over the weekend and more severe weather today as it marches eastward. Below...today's weather map.
Below...today and tonight's severe threat of weather - East Coast on the alert.
Another big spring storm for late week.....could squash Cinco De Mayo celebrations. First - amounts of rain expected with this late week storm...followed by the models take for Friday....which at this early stage...are quite together. Be safe.