Satellite- radar shows strong storms from Dakotas to Upper Midwest and toward Gulf States. Rest of the Nation = clear - hot . Below- today's risk of severe weather in dark green - yellow- tan.
Below- a map showing warnings and advisories....most of which are for heat....which continues through the weekend.
Below- animated maps and rainfall into early next week. Heatwave does not show any signs to breaking right thru the 4th of July.
Below- high temperatures for Saturday.....Sunday will be even hotter in the East. Lastly - temperature humidity table. Go slow..and be safe.
Showers and storms for East Coast today......otherwise heat covers mu ch of the Nation. Below- today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow and orange.
As discussed yesterday, some places will head for 100 by Sunday across The Northeast. The heat and humidity will easily continue next week. If there are any signs of a break...could be the following weekend - for Great Lakes and Northeast. Below - animated maps for the next couple of days.
Below- rainfall expected through Monday......followed by high temperatures for Friday. Be safe.
Storm and front in Great Lakes brings a good rainfall to the East tonight and Thursday. A heatwave will then follow and continue right through the weekend. 100F possible in places across New England on Sunday.
Below - today's threat of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below animated maps for the next 2 days followed by rainfall through the weekend.....most of which coming in the next 24-48 hours. Once heat moves into The East...it could easily stay until 4th of July.
A tropical disturbance is expected off the Carolinas...should move out to sea. Lastly - temps for Thursday. Be safe.
Storm in Midwest heads to Great Lakes and brings wet weather to the East Thursday. Following that storm...heat from Central Plains expands East to cover much of the Eastern half of The Nation for late week and the weekend as temps head into 90s...and high humidity. Some spots across New England will approach century mark on Sunday. Below - current severe outlook for today - dark green - yellow- and tan - best chances.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days....followed by high temperatures for Wednesday.
Below - rainfall over the next 5 days.
Once heatwave builds into the East late this week...it is likely to continue into the 4th of July....so enjoy any cool weather you get now. Be safe.
Above - satellite and radar show many areas of wet - cloudy weather so this first weekend of summer will be highly unsettled. Below - today's risk of severe weather - dark green - yellow- tan.
Below - high temperatures for Saturday followed by animated maps for the next 2 days and that is followed by amounts of rainfall for the next 5 days. We expect the pattern to change by late next week when typical
3 H weather comes into the Eastern Half of The Nation. Have a safe and nice weekend.
Rain exits the Northeast but not the Mid Atlantic. Rain and storms from Upper Midwest to Texas Gulf Coast. Some showers in the Northwest. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green...marginal.
Below - temperature projections for Friday...followed by animated maps for the next 2 days...and ending with amounts of rainfall through the weekend. A very unsettled weather pattern for the next few days...turning more stable next week. Until then...be safe.
Radar showing wet weather headed east from Great Lakes and Ohio Valley with locally heavy rain continuing along the Texas coast. Severe weather over The Plains. Below - animated maps for the next 2 days.
Below - rainfall amounts over the next 5 days...that includes upcoming weekend....followed by high temperatures for Thursday....first day of Summer.
Satellite and radar show a cold front dropping down across the Northeast...so 90s yesterday will be 80s today will less humidity. Elsewhere...summerlike. More heavy rains for Midwest...Northern Rockies...and along the Texas Gulf Coast. Below - today's risk of severe weather is dark green and yellow.
Below - animated maps for next couple of days followed by amount of rainfall for the next 5 days.
Lastly - temperature projections for Wednesday....the last day of Spring 2018. AMEN ! Be safe.
After several soggy weekends, most places in the Mid-Atlantic to New England should see a completely dry and sunny weekend, the last one of Spring. Many locations like Hagerstown, MD, have seen six straight wet weekends but that string will thankfully come to an end. It will be heating up here as well though humidity values should remain low to moderate into Sunday. A couple of hot, humid days are ahead Monday to Tuesday in most of the Northeast before a cold front drops temperatures and humidity values by Wednesday.
There will be rounds of thunderstorms in the North Central states and Upper Midwest today into Sunday night. Storms could bring hail to golf ball size, damaging wind gusts, flash flooding and an isolated tornado or two, particularly in northern Minnesota.
South of that area, a high pressure ridge will bring dangerous heat to areas of the Midwest including Minneapolis, St. Louis and Chicago. Heat index values will be near 100 today and tomorrow in Minneapolis and Chicago and near 110 in St. Louis. Cooler temps will arrive in the Twin Cities by Monday and in Chicago and St. Louis by Tuesday.
Elsewhere scattered thunderstorms will locally heavy rain will affect areas of the Rocky Mountain states this weekend.
Showers in Northern New England will die out today. Heavy rain and storms will haunt the upper Midwest through the weekend. Bud is over Baja spreading rain into the Southwest. Tropical disturbance moves across Gulf. Below.....today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below...paths of BUd and tropical disturbance over Gulf.
Above...animated maps for the next couple....which really do not change much. Below - expected rainfall for the next 5-7 days. Be safe and have a nice weekend.
Satellite-radar shows a vigorous low in Quebec Canada which will give the Northeast a nice sunny - dry - windy day today. "Bud" continue to move north toward Baja California. Elsewhere - areas of showers and thunderstorms. Below- today's risk of severe weather in dark green - yellow and orange.
Below - a tropical disturbance will move across the Gulf......while Bud moves into The SOuthwest.
Below - rainfall expected over the 5 days. Heaviest - Northern and Southern most of the Nation. That's followed by animated maps for the next 2 days.
Satellite/radar show showers and thunderstorms headed for the East Coast....and over The Southern Plains. Hurricane Bud in lower left corner...drifting north. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below - track of Hurricane Bud in the Pacific...and possibly a new tropical disturbance moving toward the Gulf of Mexico...although that does not look too promising.
Animated maps below for the next 2 days. Trend is for warmer weather to build from Central U.S. eastward toward the east coast by late weekend sending temps into the 90s .
Following - rainfall amounts for the next 5 days.....followed by lightning strikes as of early Wednesday morning. Be safe.
Satellite-radar shows storms in Center of the Nation.and across the Carolinas and SOutheast. Lower left corner is Hurricane Bud which will head toward Baja and send moisture to the SOuthwest. Disturbanmce south of Cuba could head for SOuthern Texas. Below - track of Hurricane Bud.....followed by today's severe threat in dark green and yellow.
The best weather today is in The Northeast. Below animaed maps for the next 2 days.....followed by rainfall amounts for the next 5-7 days.
Below - high temperatures expected for Wednesday. Enjoy. Be safe.
The persistent cool and off-and-on rainy pattern should give way to more Summer-like warmth later this week and into next week for the East.
Major flooding in the Mid-Atlantic was the result of a stalled frontal system that is currently weakening and sliding off of the coast. The jet stream will retreat to a Summer position as we go through the week allowing warmer air to move in from the middle of the country. Rain chances will also be fairly minimal in the Northeast through at least Monday, while the Midwest will see rounds of thunderstorms this week.
A storm system will track across southern Canada with a training front on Wednesday that will bring scattered thunderstorms from parts of the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Some severe storms may be possible Wednesday afternoon, especially in northern New York state and New England.
A mostly dry pattern will follow Thursday into Father's Day Weekend. Many areas in the Northeast that have been cool will see highs in the 80s to near 90 degrees.
- Anthony Jay 1045A Monday, 6/11/18
Satellite/radar shows stormy weather in Plains...headed east and should affect Mid Atlantic and South...leaving most of the Northeast dry for the weekend. Lower left...Pacific tropical storm not moving much. Below..today's risk of severe weather in green and yellow.
Below - animated maps for the next couple of days followed by projected rainfall through Tuesday of next week.
Below...temperatures expected for Saturday. Be safe and enjoy the weekend.
Satellite and radar shows heavy thunderstorms in Western Plains..otherwise quiet. You can see the latest tropical storm in the Pacific...in lower left corner of the screen. Below - today's severe threat of weather in dark green and yellow.
above...today's high temperatures.
Above....animated maps for the next couple. Models show that the next wave of rain will be more likely for the Mid Atlantic and Northeast could remain mostly dry for the weekend. Below - projected rainfall for the next 5 days. Be safe.
Above - satellite + radar show showers and storms in upper Midwest likely to reach the Northeast this weekend. How fast they move out will determine whether the weekend will be a washout or not. Storms in Texas and Gulf States. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Above- expected high temperatures for today......heat in South - cool Northeast. Below - animated maps for the next 2 days followed by expected rainfall through the weekend. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows a cold front moving rapidly down across the Great Lakes. It will produce showers and thunderstorms in The Northeast late today followed by another cool air mass. More thunderstorm in Northern Plains could reach the East by the weekend. Sizzling weather continues in the Southern Plains. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green - yellow and tan.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days.....followed by rainfall projections into this weekend.
Below - expected weather map for Sunday.....showing more wet weather in the Northeast.......followed by expected temperatures for this Sunday. Notice the unseasonably cool air across the North. This could be a sign of the summer to come. Be safe.
Satellite + radar showers showers moving across the Northeast today...more in Ohio Valley. Showers in Rockies will head north then southeast....so lots of different systems. Not sure how the Northeast will fare this weekend....but New England could easily win out with sun breaking out Saturday afternoon and continuing Sunday. From NYC south..sticky Saturday with showers and a thunderstorm....then at least some sun Sunday. Makings of a northeast Monday and Tuesday could present the northeast and mid Atlantic will rain and wind....if storm stays closer to coast. Below....today's severe threat is dark green - yellow and tan.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days followed by amounts of rainfall for the next 5 days.
Lastly - expected temperatures for Saturday. Heatwave continues for the South Central. Be safe - have a nice weekend.
We'll have daily weather discussions, talking about major systems on the horizon along with anything noteworthy that pops up on our radar.