Satellite + radar show moisture in form of showers and thunderstorms from Gulf States into Northeast. This flow will continue through all of this week. Nice weather No. Rockies and Plains into Great Lakes and Plains. Very hot West. Atlantic - quiet. Below- today's risk of severe weather in dark green.
Below - animated maps showing weather systems for next 2 days followed by projected rainfall through next Monday.
Below - high temperatures for Wednesday....quite similar for the rest of the week. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows next cold front moving into Northeast today with thunderstorms that may become severe. Looks a bit slower...so wet weather for the start of the weekend then clearing there. Elsewhere - not much change...heat West _ Sw - Storms Rockies and Plains...tropics quiet. Below - today's outlook for severe - dark green - yellow- tan.
Below - animated maps for the next couple of days followed by amount of rainfall for the next 5-7 days.
Pattern will resort to hot and humid weather next week...with frequent wetness again for East Coast. Lastly - below - high temperatures expected for Saturday. Be safe...enjoy the weekend.
Satellite//radar shows wet weather in Northeast becoming less widespread today. Storms in Great Lakes move east and threaten Northeast late Friday with severe weather. Heavy storms in Southern Plains will temper heat there. Hot West and Southwest. Below- today's risk of severe weather in dark green.
Above animated maps showing the next 2 days. Watch the cold front head for East Coast Friday...leaving them in better shape for weekend. Below...amounts of rainfall for the next 7 days.
Above...expected upper air jet stream for next week. This will produce almost the same type of weather nation-wide that we have experienced this week. Below - how temperatures will average over the next 7 days....purple is normal. Be safe.
Satellite-radar above shows the conveyor belt of tropical moisture to continue in the East with more flooding rain and storms. Record heat for Southwest - showers and storms Rockies and into the Plains. Below - threat of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days....followed by rainfall for the next 7 days.
Below - high temperatures expected for Thursday. Be safe.
Week's Headlines: Major Flood Threat in Mid-Atlantic states... Soggy Northeast... Extreme Heat in Texas all the way to Pacific NW
The pesky July storm that brought deadly tornadoes, hail and flooding to the Midwest and Ohio Valley last week will continue bringing a major flood threat to the Mid-Atlantic states today into Wednesday.
Up to 9" of rain fell over the weekend in northern Virginia, and another 3-6' could fall in part of northern VA, western MD and east-central PA through Wednesday.
The Northeast will also see locally heavy rain including near NYC and Boston. Rivers and creeks will continue to rise, with the flood threat lessening some by Thursday as the storm system finally weakens and lifts northeastward.
Triple digit heat will affect millions in Texas again today, with slight relief beginning tomorrow. The Southwest and Far West will also heat up again, and heat advisories and warnings extend all the way to Seattle, WA this week.
Monsoon thunderstorms could also cause localized flash flooding to mountainous regions of the West, where Flash Flood Watches have been issued.
An overall pattern change is taking place and will evolve over the next 7-10 days. Cold front with possible severe storms in Northeast today. Severe storms Central Plains. Below - severe storms in dark green and yellow followed by rainfall through next Tuesday.
Below - animate maps for next couple. COld front moves off East coast Wednesday and stalls in SOutheast.. Drier and pleasant air for Northeast. A western storm heads for Great Lakes and it will pick up the old front in southeast and drag it up coast for more humid - showery weather later this weekend. Once that sets in - it could be days of unsettled weather for the East.
Satellite/radar shows lots of moisture on the way. Cold front from Great Lakes to Rockies moves east and ends heat for Northeast & Mid Atlantic by mid week. Muggy- showery weather for the South...Monsoon rains for the SW. Below - today's high temperatures followed by threat of severe weather in dark green - yellow - tan.
Below - animated maps for next couple followed by rainfall predictions through this coming weekend. The overall pattern will be changing as we move into late July. A ridge will build across The Rockies...a trof in The East. It should spell cooler weather East - Hot weather west....and such a pattern could easily continue through August. Be safe.
Satellite/radar showers storms from The Plains into The Great Lakes. These are associated with a cold front. The storms will reach the Northeast from late Saturday and continue into Wednesday. After that - cooler and drier. Below-= today's risk of severe weather....dark green.
Below- animated maps for next 2 days...followed by rainfall through next Wednesday.
Below - high temps expected for your Saturday.
Finally...upper air for next Friday. It shows a trof over the East. This represents a pattern change which we think we establish a strong ridge up the Rockies and trof for East Coast .....so the hottest summer weather could be biting the dust come August....especially from Great Lakes into Northeast. Have a nice weekend...be safe.
Satellite/radar shows Hurricane Chris off Nova Scotia moving northeast. A front off Mid Atlantic causing storms there. Another front over Minnesota with heavy thunderstorms will move east and affect the Northeast over the weekend. The remains of Beryl over Bahamas...it too...should move north-northeast. Below - today's severe threat of weather in dark green - yellow.....followed by rainfall amounts over the next 5 days.
Below- tracks of Chris and Beryl followed by animated maps for the next two days and then lastly - temps expected for Friday - "the 13th". Be safe.
Satellite-radar shows Hurricane Chris off East coast and moving away. Weak cold front dropping into the Mid Atlantic. Another cold front in Rockies heads east - not likely reaching the East Coast until next week. Monsoonal rain and dust storms continue in the SW. Below...current track for Chris...and what's left of BERYL.
Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow - followed by animated maps for the next 2 days.
Lastly - rainfall projections through the weekend. Be safe.
Chris is off N.Carolina and will head northeast away from the U.S. Mainland. Remains of Beryl near Haiti...moving northwest. A cool front is sliding south across New England...so after another hot & humid day today - the Northeast cools off and dries out. Monsoonal rains for the west....hot. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow and tan.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days followed by rainfall for the next 5 days.
Below - tracks for Chris and Beryl. Be safe.
Satellite-radar has lots to look at: cold front across the Northeast with showers and heavy thunderstorms....disturbance off the Carolinas....another one south of Cuba. Heatwave ends in Northeast and Mid Atlantic providing a great weekend. Below - today's threat of severe weather in dark green.....followed by animated maps for the next couple.
Below- rainfall expected today....followed by satellite picture of Atlantic and the disturbances.
Below- track of Beryl......
Below-= satellite picture of disturbance south of Cuba. Not mentioned by hurricane center...but should be watched. Have a safe & nice weekend.
A strong cold front in Western Great Lakes is associated with showers and storms. It will move east and clear the Northeast and Mid Atlantic coasts by Friday night. ....leaving the weekend there to be beautiful.
Clusters of showers and storms across the south. Below - today's chances of severe weather in dark green.
Following - animated maps for the next 2 days....followed by rainfall predictions for the next 7 days.
There are 2 tropical spots to watch...one off the Carolinas...moving out to Atlantic...the other in south Central Atlantic which is likely to become a tropical storm. We have shown projected tracks and satellite with that one. Be safe and try to stay cool.
Above...radar-satellite show a circulation in Atlantic off Carolinas....moving toward the coast but cold front on Friday should steer it out to sea. System over Louisiana will produce rain but not likely to form into anything as it is close to land. Storms in Montana and upper Midwest will break the heatwave in Northeast come Friday. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green and yellow.
Below- expected high temperatures for today - followed by animated maps for the next 2 days.
Below - expected rainfall through Friday night....followed by high temperatures for Wednesday - THE 4th. Be safe and have a nice holiday.
We'll have daily weather discussions, talking about major systems on the horizon along with anything noteworthy that pops up on our radar.