Above - latest track by Hurricane Center for Hurricane Isaias. Storm expected to track up the East Coast arriving in Northeast Tuesday into Wednesday. Below - satellite picture showing the tropical Atlantic....map showing tracks from all of the models.
Below - animated maps - today's severe weather threat - and rainfall through Tuesday.
Below- snapshot weather for Saturday. Please be safe.
Tropical Storm Isaias moving toward Hispanola with 50 mph winds. Storm expected to move toward Florida and up East Coast early next week. Below....hurricane center track then tracks of hurricane models.
Below - animated maps.....todays risk of severe - rainfall through Monday
Snap shot weather for Friday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar above showers storms in Great Lakes - Carolinas...Gulf...and Plains. Active for this time of year. Below - satellite showing Isaias.....track.....which right now targets Florida.
Below - animated maps = today's severe weather threat - rainfall through Sunday.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Thursday. Please Be Safe !!!!
Satellite = radar above show a front from Gt. Lakes to Texas. Only cooler air behind front in Upper Midwest....otherwise it is less humid but still above average temps. Below - tropical Atlantic shows a disturbance in So. Atlantic likely to become Isaias. Tracks of computer models posted.
Below - animated maps - today's severe threat - rainfall through Saturday
Below - snapshot weather for Wednesday. BE safe.
Satellite + radar shows sunny - hot - humid for The East. Cold front from
Great Lakes to So. Plains producing thunderstorms. That front moves by Northeast Wednesday . Remains of Hanna is Mexico. New system in So. Atlantic will become Isaisis by Tuesday. Below - Current satellite from Atlantic + storm track for next tropical storm.
Below - animated maps next 2 days - severe map for today - rainfall through Friday.
Below- snapshot weather for Tuesday. BE SAFE - Stick to the rules.
The Northeast remains very hot as high temperatures and humid conditions extend across much of the eastern portion of the country. Heat Advisories are in effect for areas of the Tri-State region. Heat indices in the Northeast will reach at or even above 100 degrees at times during the afternoons from Sunday to Tuesday. Record highs are a possibility as well in the Mid-Atlantic and southern New England areas as temperatures soar into the 90sduring this time period.
Elsewhere, Tropical Storm Hanna will move into northeast Mexico today from southern Texas. Winds will begin to diminish in intensity as the storm moves farther inland and weakens. However, don't let your guard down as heavy rain will continue to occur with Hanna as we head into Monday morning. Rainfall rates may be upwards of 2-3 inches per hour at times, especially in some of the stronger rain bands and around the center of the storm. This excessive amount of rainfall along with saturating soils will lead to both flash flooding and river flooding that could potentially become life threatening in the southern Texas coast to the Lower Rio Grande Valley regions. In addition, there is also a slight risk of severe thunderstorms associated with some of Hanna's outer rain bands in extreme southern Texas.
Tropical Storm Hanna is Gulf with 40-50 mph winds will head for Texas this weekend and make landfall between Corpus Christie and Brownsville. Tropical storm Gonzalo will become a hurricane and move across the Windward Island this weekend. New area off Africa will likely become a depression and move westward....it could become Isaias.
Hurricane Douglas in Pacific will likely hit Hawaii this weekend as a strong tropical storm. Below - tracks of these storms.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days = today's threat of severe weather - rainfall thru Wednesday - today's satellite + radar.
Below- snapshot weather for Saturday. Remember...observe the RULES and be Safe rather than Sorry.
Tropical Atlantic also heating up: Tropical Storm Gonzalo will become a hurricane now with 60-65 mph winds and will track toward Leeward Islands by weekend. Computers indicate weakening at that time...but it may only be temporary. Tropical depression in Gulf likely to become Hanna today and track toward the Texas Coast this weekend. Quite a problem since that state has a Covid problem...and shelters will only complicate matters. Below - tracks for these storms.
Below - today's satellite + radar showing more storms headed from Ohio Valley into the Northeast which may be severe.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days....severe weather for today - rainfall through Tuesday.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Friday.
Satellite + radar above shows clusters of showers and storms from Plains to East Coast....and in the Southwest and Southeast. Below - latest tropical map and track for the newest tropical depression which could become Gonzalo.
Below- animated maps....today's severe weather threat....rainfall through Sunday.
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday.
BE SAFE.....WEAR THAT MASK.
Above....projected high temperatures for today....and in the Northeast...it may actually be hotter than it was yesterday with some reading hitting 100 - real temps.....for first time this year. Below - satellite + radar....showing some storms over the Northeast - far and few between. Storms in Plains will be the next front arriving in the East on Wednesday.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days.....severe weather for today....and rainfall through Friday.
Below - snapshot weather for Tuesday. Stay cool...check on the elderly...and be SAFE !
Above.....high temperatures projected for Saturday....Sunday. Along with high humidity - 90s will feel like triple digits. Below - Satellite - radar - showing cluster of storms ...most impressive Northern Plains and Upper Midwest today and tonight.
Below - today's threat of severe weather - rainfall through Wednesday.
Below - snapshot weather for Saturday.
Remember....heatwaves can kill...so you need to be safe in more ways than one this weekend.
Satellite + radar above show most of the Nation is Hot summer weather. Storms from the Great Lakes to Plains....and perhaps a tropical system off the Carolinas which may become Fay....and affect the Mid Atlantic and Northeast Friday into Saturday with heavy rains. Below - output of tracks from models concerning tropical system.
Below - animated maps----today's severe threat - rainfall through Monday.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Friday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows areas of storms across the Nation. All eyes are on the Southeast where a low may track up the coast late week and if offshore may turn into a tropical disturbance. Below - latest tracks by models concerning that storm.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days - severe weather for today - rainfall through Saturday.
We end with snapshot weather for Wednesday. Remember, "Be safe" is not a request - it's a command.
Radar - satellite picture shows storms Northern Plains which will head east....storms from Texas to Florida. Very warm to hot weather for much of the Nation and to boot...a tropical like disturbance from the Gulf could track up the East coast late week. Below - tropical map.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days......today's severe threat .....rainfall amounts through Friday.
Below - snapshot weather for Tuesday....which will not be to different
through much of the week. Be safe.
Above - map for Saturday July 4th. Showers and storms Rockies to Plains and across Gulf States. Below - satellite + radar.
Below - is a snapshot view of weather hazards for the next week.
Below - animated maps...todays severe threat and rainfall through Tuesday. Remember to keep safe...stick to the rules and have a happy 4th of July.
satellite + radar show typical July weather pattern which will prevail through holiday weekend and easily into next week....when it will turn warmer most places. Below - animated maps - severe weather for today and rainfall into Monday.
Below - temperatures expected for Saturday July 4th.
Lastly - snapshot weather for your Friday. Be safe !!!
Above...satellite + radar shows low spinning away over Northeast with showers and storms....down to Mid Atlantic. Showers and storms from Dakotas to Southeast. Showers Texas....clear West Coast. Below - animated maps...severe outlook and rainfall through Sunday.
Below- snapshot weather for Thursday and latest dust cloud.