Residents from Texas to Mississippi have to be careful about letting their children trick or treat since they are under a high threat of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes today into tonight. Below - satellite-radar showing the front with showers and storms from Great Lakes to Texas...moving into the East by Friday.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days followed by rainfall amounts right through Sunday.
Finally...high temperatures expected for Thursday. Be safe..watch out for the little ghosts and goblins and have a safe halloween.
Satellite + radar show fair weather east and west with showers and thunderstorms from Rockies to the Plains. That front will not reach the east until Friday. Below - today's chances of severe weather in green.
Below...animated maps for the next 2 days followed by rainfall predictions into the weekend. Most of the rain in the east coming Friday into Saturday.
Lastly - temperatures for Wednesday - Halloween - most trick or treaters in East will need to dress for warm weather. Be safe.
Above animated maps showing path of nor'easter into the weekend. Below - rainfall expected next 5 days....followed by severe threat of weather today in green and yellow.
Below - satellite + radar showing wet storm moving toward the East. Last map...high temperatures for your Saturday. Be safe.
Wet weather in center Nation heads east to east coast fore weekend.
System in Northwest arrives in Northeast early next week. Meanwhile chilly weather over Northeast with some snowshowers. Below - today's risk of severe weather in green.
Below- animated maps for next 2 days....followed by expected rainfall thru weekend.....ending with high temperatures for Friday.
Satellite + radar shows Willa over Mexico - spreading rain from New Mexico into Texas. The will move across the Gulf States and then turn up the Eastern Seaboard on Saturday. Below- maps showing the next 5-7 days.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days....followed by rainfall predictions through the weekend. Be safe.
Rain continues for Gulf States and moisture from Wilma off Mexico will feed that way . A storm will form in Gulf States and should track up the Eastern Seaboard this weekend. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green....pretty much confined to The SOuthwest with Wilma.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days followed by rainfall into Saturday
Below - high temperatures for Wednesday. More on possible east coast storm tomorrow. Be safe.
Satellite + radar shows the wet weather in the south...warm west....cool east. Below - today's risk of severe weather in green.
Pattern not changing much. Below- animated maps for the next 2 days followed by amounts of rain for the next 7 days.
Lastly - temperatures expected by Friday morning. Be safe.
Satellite-radar above shows a front from Texas to Carolinas. It will move south and stall and provide wet weather for the south. Another front moving through Great Lakes will bring a real chill to Northeast. Below...today's risk of severe weather in green.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days - followed by rainfall over the next 7 days.
Below - high temperatures for Thursday. Be safe.
Satellite and radar above show 1 cold front moving off the Mid Atlantic coast. This front will head south and keep unsettled weather alive over the So. third of Nation. ANother cold front headed down the Northern Plains will arrive in Northeast Thursday...and that should be the coldest of the season thus far. Below - today's risk of severe weather in green.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days followed by rainfall for the next 7 days.....indicating most of which will be over the southland.
Lastly - high temperatures expected for Wednesday. Be safe.
Michael is moving off the Delmarva coast and will take it's wind and rain out into the Atlantic and wind up near Spain next week. The remnant of Sergio heading across Baja and will send moisture quickly across The U.S. - arriving on East Coast Monday. Below - today's risk of severe weather in dark green - followed by rainfall for the next 7 days.
Below - Atlantic basin - even though we have more out there...looks like they will either stay in the Ocean or weaken out.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days followed by high temperatures for your Saturday. Have a nice weekend and be safe.
Satellite/radar shows Michael - tropical storm - moving into S.Carolina. As he teams up with a cold front..heavy rains up and down the East Coast. Off to the left - Sergio. His moisture moves into Texas this weekend and heads northeast by Tuesday. Below- track of Michael...and threat of severe weather today in green and yellow.
Below - rainfall for the next 7 days....followed by a look at the Atlantic Basin. Leslie and Nadine do not appear to be a threat to the U.S. but they need to be watched.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days...followed by high temperatures for Friday. Be safe.
Above....radar of Michael showing a very defined eye - winds 130 mph +.Storm moving north-northeast and should make landfall between 1 and 3pm central time over Fla. Panhandle...with Appalachicola being the target. Below - track....storm surge....rainfall through next 7 days.
Below- satellite and radar - also showing line of rain and storms in Midwest - headed for the East on Thursday. Animated maps follow...as well as threat for severe weather today.
Hurricane Michael...90+ mph winds heads north across the Gulf and will hit the Florida Panhandle by Wednesday afternoon as a Cat 2 storm. After that he will accelerate to the northeast bringing life threatening flooding to Georgia and Carolinas once again. Below..track of Michael and expected storm force wind time table.
Below current satellite and radar....showing Michael and cold front in
Plains. Both will merge along the East Coast by Friday and then move offshore followed by a real taste of fall.
Below - today;s chances for severe is dark green and yellow followed by animated maps and lastly total rainfall over next 7 days. Be safe.
ABove, satellite + radar shows rain moving into Great Lakes and that will be just the start of a band of rain to extend south through the PLains over weekend and next week. Below....risk of severe weather today in dark green and yellow .
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days followed by rainfall for the next 7 days. Notice the heaviest rain across the Plains.
Below - tropical Atlantic. Hurricane center has upped the probability of something in Gulf to 60%. I have been warning that something would form out of left overs from Kirk. This system is expected to hit Gulf Coast next week. Satellite picture also follows.
Below- high temperatures for Saturday. Enjoy your weekend and be safe.
Satellite + radar shows front moving off NE coast...brought severe storms and tornadoes to NE last night. A couple of front in Northern Plains will bring rain and some snow. Elsewhere - quiet. Below - animated maps + rainfall for next 7 days.
Below - severe weather today in dark green and yellow.
Below- remnants of Kirk - still showing signs of existence. The center is removed from convection but as that system moves east it will come under better conditions and still feel development is likely. Some of our m odels want to bring it in the central Gulf of Mexico while others like the Euro want to threaten Florida east coast. We shall see.
Lastly - high temperatures for Thursday....notice the chill in North !
Satellite-radar above - front with showers and storms from Great Lakes into Northeast today. Remnants of Kirk south of Cuba could be a problem for southeast. Remnants of Rosa over Arizona. Below - today's risk of severe in dark green and yellow....followed by rainfall for the next 7 days.
Below - satellite picture of remnants of Kirk. Models are all hinting at this system to evolve once again but it will take time.
Below- animated maps for the next 2 days.
Lastly - track of Rosa. 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.