Satellite - radar shows all is quiet. Front in Midwest will pass off the East Coast on Friday. Very mild temps expected east of the front for the next coupe of days. Below - temperatures expected for Wednesday.
Below - current temperatures this a.m. - followed by animated maps for the next couple. Enjoy. Be safe.
Rain moves in and out of Northeast today. Showers will continue Gulf Coast to Florida. Rain and snow in Pacific Northwest. Below - current temperatures.
Below - temperatures for Thanksgiving Day.....followed by snowfall forecast for the next 5 days as well as rainfall.
Lastly - animated maps for the next couple. Happy and Safe Thanksgiving to all.
Satellite show next cold front diving through the Midwest...will bring some rain to the East Wednesday...then fair and chilly for Thanksgiving weekend for much of the Nation except - Northwest and Southeast. Below- current temperatures this morning.
Below - animated maps for the next couple....high temperatures for the big travel day - Wednesday - expected snowfall over the next 5 days.
Lastly - computer model map for Thursday - Thanksgiving Day....showing rain in the Southeast ---Northwest....and the rest - quiet.
Satellite radar shows some lake effect snow in the Northeast...more rain and snow in Northwest. Current pattern will yield a quiet Thanksgiving Day for most of the Nation...except the Northwest. Below...current snow forecast for the next 5 days.
For many places on Tuesday....a good day to start your outside holiday decorations as it should be fair and mild. Below...current expected highs for Tuesday.
Below - expected rainfall for the next 7 days.....followed by animated maps for the next 2 days.
Front from Upper Midwest to West Coast will head east and bring wet weather to The East Saturday into Sunday. Behind it...lake effect snows Sunday into Monday. Odds favor mainly quiet weather moving into Thanksgiving week. Below - current morning temperatures followed by expected highs for Saturday.
Below - chances for severe weather on Saturday in dark green...although marginal..needs to be watched. Below that - expected snow in the next 5 days.
Lastly...animated maps for the weekend. Be safe.
A couple of storms will move into the Pacific Northwest through end of week. They will bring more high winds...rains....and heavy snows from Cascades down to Mts. of California....where over 2 feet can be expected.
Below - snow forecast for the next 5 days.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days.....followed by a snap shot look at temps in N.America this morning.
Lastly...amounts of rain over next 5 days. Be safe.
Satellite - radar above shows 1 - area of light rain Northeast and Mid Atlantic. Tropical disturbance south of Cuba.....moisture moving into the Southwest...large storm moving into the Northwest. Below - animated maps showing how these systems will move over the next 2 days
Below - maps show expected snowfall for next 5 days....followed by expected rainfall for next 5 days.
Below - expected high temperatures for today.
Lastly...GFS Model for this Saturday ...showing deep storm in Lakes with a very wet front down to The Gulf. This system will be a major storm for many parts of the country. More through the week. Be safe,
Temperatures expected by Saturday morning. Below - Actual Friday morning temperatures.
Below - animated maps for the weekend. Very quiet...but on the cold side for plenty. The cold will moderate quickly by late weekend.
Below - expected snow over the next 5 days. STAY WARM - Have a nice and safe weekend.
Olf front in Southeast causing rain. Arctic cold front - from Great Lakes to Rockies will bring record cold eastward into Northeast Friday & Saturday. Pacific Northwest will continue wet...snow in higher elevations. Below- actual early morning temperatures.....a sign of the calendar.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days.
Below - maps showing snow forecast then rain forecast for the next 5 days.
A small storm in Tennessee Valley will bring rain to Mid Atlantic. It will then sink south and allow chilly air to move south. Wet weather will continue in the deep south...elsewhere....cold.....into weekend. Below- actual morning temperatures.
Below- animated maps for the next couple of days...followed by the forecast for freeze conditions.
Below - rainfall amounts predicted for the next 5 days.....and finally...the tropics again.....Tropical Storm Rina - Central Atlantic and moving away from US. Be safe.
Satellite & radar above show cold front moving toward east coast. Showers and some thunder ahead of it...much cooler behind it. Below- early Monday morning actual temperatures.
Below - current lightning detection followed by amounts of rain over the next 5 days.
Below you will find current snowcover...followed by forecast for snow over next 24 hours.
Below - forecast for freezing line next day.....followed by animated maps for next two days. Front moving through East today will stall over Mid Atlantic and result in soggy weather there and points south. Meanwhile it will only get colder from Rockies to Plains this week and that real chilly air reaches the East by end of week. Be safe.
Fronts from New England to Rockies will be up and down right into next week. Great Lakes will get the heaviest precip...next 5 days. Below..projected rainfall for 5 days out.
Below - animated maps for the next couple of days.
Most of the models converging on the idea of a storm toward the Mid Atlantic Coast around Wednesday of next week...and they vary in intensity. The GFS wants to bring snow to No. New England. Meanwhile the Euro is slower and much more intense and keeps it mostly rain from late Wednesday into Thursday. We will follow it. Tropics quiet. Models below - be safe.
Satellite- radar shows large area of wet weather from Ohio Valley to Gulf. It will spread east through Thursday. Rain and snow Rockies and No. Plains moves east...giving Dakotas- Upper Midwest some snow. Below - animated maps for next 2 days.
Below- rainfall amounts for next 7 days......followed by a quick look at the Atlantic Basin which shows a disturbance in Central Atlantic....not likely to move this way.
We'll have daily weather discussions, talking about major systems on the horizon along with anything noteworthy that pops up on our radar.