The Severe Storms Prediction Center forecasting a major outbreak of tornadoes today No.Texas to Western Oklahoma. Long track tornadoes are possible and this could be one of the worst outbreaks so far this season. Severe storms are also possible across New England. Below - satellite + radar showing these areas......
Satellite pictures also show a disturbance south of Bermuda that may become tropical for a day before getting absorbed by a cold front. Below - ..that disturbance followed by animated maps next 2 days.
Below - rainfall into this weekend...followed by pollen report....then a snapshot of weather for Tuesday.
Satellite + radar shows heavy storms in Ohio Valley moving to the Mid Atlantic today. Showers in Northeast. Widespread showers and storms West and Central. Below - today's severe outlook - dark green to brown.
Below - animated maps into weekend followed by rainfall projections into mid next week. Heaviest rains will fall where severe weather coincides..central areas.
Lastly...today's pollen report...followed by snapshot weather for Saturday. Be safe..have a nice weekend.
Satellite + radar shows 1 front flying across The Northeast,,,next one moving into Great Lakes.....heavy rain event for West Coast with snow in the Mountains....wet south Florida. Below - today's risk of severe weather - dark green and yellow....followed by rainfall into Monday of next week.
Lastly - how temperatures will average into early next week. Be safe.
Areas of unsettled weather extend from the Northwest..to Plains...to Ohio Valley and Great Lakes...to Northeast...and Florida. This pattern not changing much any time soon. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Animated maps for the next 2 days followed by rainfall into the weekend.
Below - today's pollen count report followed by Thursday snapshot weather. Be safe.
Above - weather map for Sunday morning - Mother's Day. Much of the Nation under cloudy - damp conditions. Red indicates flash flooding. Purple...rain and snowshowers. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green - followed by satellite+radar showing where the wet weather is now.
Below- Euro Model for Sunday...showing storm in Appalachians and one of the only models still insisting on weather weather for Northeast and Mid Atlantic. Following that - rainfall expected into Wednesday.
Lastly - animated maps next couple followed by today's pollen snapshot.
Wishing all of our mom's a very happy and safe Mother's Day.
Satellite + radar shows stormy weather north through south from Great Lakes to Gulf Coast. That front moves east and lands up on East Coast Friday and into weekend. Below - risk of severe weather today in dark green and yellow.
Below - animated maps followed by rainfall projection into Wednesday of next week. Most of that rainfall for the East coming Sunday and on.
As usual there are always timing problems with weather. Models are quite varied in bringing rain to East again on Sunday, Mother's Day. The most consistent...as usual...The Euro....so looks wet Sunday afternoon and onward from Northeast on south. Below - The Euro's projection for Sunday .
Lastly - snapshot weather for Friday followed by today's pollen map.
One small band of rain moving off the Mid Atlantic. Large area of storms in Plains will head east and will begin to affect East Coast Friday and into weekend. Below - today's risk of severe weather from dark green to brown.....followed by amounts of rain into Tuesday next week.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days followed by today's pollen worries.
Below - a look at The GFS Model for Sunday...Mother's Day....showing a storm along the Mid Atlantic Coast with rainy weather there. Following - snapshot for weather for Thursday. Be safe.
Above...severe weather expected today...from dark green to red...and the red indicating best chance which is over the Texas Panhandle. Below - satellite-radar showing those storms already intense in that area.
Below...animated maps shows a cold front moving into the Northeast with showers. Same front producing that severe weather in the south.
Below - rainfall expected into this weekend followed by today's pollen report and ending with snapshot weather for Wednesday. Be safe.
Above...latest pollen map.....below....satellite and radar - showing wet weather moving off The East Coast, Showers and storms Central moving to East Coast Tuesday night.
Below - risk of severe weather today in darkgreen and yellow.
Following....animated map next 2 days followed by rainfall into next weekend. Final amp - snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
Front extending from Great Lakes to Texas will stall along The East Coast and continue the trend of soggy damp weather. Heavy rain is possible for Mid Atlantic and So. New England early Sunday. Elsewhere...no great shakes. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow....followed by rainfall into Tuesday....most of which will fall Saturday into Sunday.
Below - animated maps through the weekend.....today's pollen......and Saturday's snapshot.
Lastly...weak tropical like system near Florida will bring wet weather there before turning northeast into The Atlantic. Be Safe.
Today's threat of severe weather (above) extends from Mid Atlantic to Texas. Below...satellite + radar showing the unsettled to stormy weather.
Below - a tropical-like disturbance over The Bahamas will spread wet weather to Florida. Little if any development expected at this time.
Below- animated maps followed by rainfall through Monday....then Friday's weather snapshot followed by current pollen map. Be safe.
Satellite-radar above...... easterly tropical wave near Bahamas...wet and windy there but too much sheer. Showers and storms mid section...moving east to East Coast by Friday. Showers Rockies to East Coast Sunday when a storm could bring rain and wind to Northeast and Mid Atlantic. Below - today's risk of severe weather is dark green...yellow and tan.
Below- maps through Thursday followed by rainfall expected through Monday. Most of which will fall in center of the Nation.
Lastly - weather map for Thursday. 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.