SATELLITE SHOWS SYSTEMS MOVING FROM WEST TO EAST IN NORTHERN U.S. AND SOUTHERN STREAM WILL GET INVOLVED THIS WEEK. TWO MAJOR STORMS EXPECTED IN GREAT LAKES ...WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. BELOW - SNOWFALL EXPECTED THRU FRIDAY.
below....animated maps for the next 2 days followed by rainfall into Saturday.
BELOW....GFS MODEL SHOWING PRECIPITATION FOR THURSDAY...BLUE IS SNOW..GREEN IS RAIN.....FOLLOWED BY HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR THANKSGIVING DAY.
LASTLY...SNAPSHOT WEATHER FOR TUESDAY. BE SAFE.
Early morning map shows a cold front moving toward East Coast. Storm in Rockies heads for East Coast Saturday night and Sunday. Below..satellite and radar.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days....expected rainfall into Wednesday...expected snowfall into Tuesday.
Below- snapshot weather for Saturday. Be safe and have a nice weekend.
Satellite + radar above shows 1 storm moving through Great Lakes with rain...that swings through East Coast Friday. Second storm in Southwest...it will swing through East Coast Sunday. A third storm will swing through East Coast next Wednesday. Below...expected snowfall over next 5 day...followed by expected rainfall over next 7 days.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days followed by snapshot weather for your Friday. Stay safe.
Satellite + radar above shows a storm off the NE coast...a front over Ohio...both of which will produce some light rain and drizzle for the East.
Another front with rain and snowshowers in Plains. Moisture over Baja California will head north and bring much needed rain to southwest and So. Ca. Below - animated maps for next 2 days...expected snowfall over next 5 days..and rainfall thru end of the week.
Below- snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
A coastal storm will bring heavy rains, high winds and rough surf to the Outer Banks this weekend. A developing low will deepen and move northward over the next few days. Very localized flash flooding may be possible as well, although the majority of the heaviest rainfall looks to occur offshore. It will finally begin lifting away from the coast late Sunday before affecting parts of the Northeast with showers on Monday.
High pressure moving into the eastern U.S. as the coastal storm departs will allow cooler air to settle into the region. High temperatures may be 10 to 20 degrees below average this weekend and that general trend looks to continue over the next 7-10 days.
As for Western parts of the country, most places will continue to experience above average temperatures courtesy of a high pressure ridge.Some rain can be expected across the immediate Pacific Northwest Coast which in turn will bring snow to areas of higher elevation inland. Periods of scattered rain and snow showers can be expected from the Northern Rockies, High Plains and into the Great Lakes region. Any accumulations here will be on the light side.
Have a great weekend!
Icy cold eases for Plains....wet for SOutheast...more cold moving into Northeast. Below - expected snowfall and rainfall for next 5 days or so.
Below - animated maps for next 2 days...followed by snapshot weather for Saturday. Be safe - enjoy weekend.
Above current early morning temperatures....many records set...some of which long standing as this cold in not common for this time of year. Below - expected snowfall through weekend...followed by expected rainfall into Monday.
Below - animated maps for the next couple...followed by snapshot weather for Thursday. Be safe.
Above - early morning temperatures: icy cold moving across Great Lakes with some snow. It will move into the East Tuesday so that by Wednesday much of the Nation is unseasonably cold weather. Below - satellite + radar showing that front from Plains to Great Lakes.
Below - animated maps tracking that cold front - followed by rainfall projections into Saturday.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
ABove - current map shows cold air from Rockies to East Coast. Showers in the South....lake effect snow - Great Lakes. Next week...an even strong cold wave will spread out over the Nation by Tuesday and Wednesday.
Below - current satellite + radar....followed by animated maps into weekend.
Below - rainfall into Wednesday then snapshot weather for Saturday.
Be safe...have a nice weekend.
Above - expected high temperatures for Saturday. Below - latest satellite and radar....
Above...animated maps show the cold front moving to the East Coast on Thursday and then cold air floods the Nation this weekend. Below- rainfall expected into Monday.....followed by snapshot weather for Thursday. Be safe.
Above...early morning temperatures. Cold air in Northern Plains moving
south and east and will envelope most of the Nation by end of the week.
Below - satellite + radar showing cold front over Great Lakes moving
ahead of this cold air.
Below- animated maps tracking the cold front...followed by rainfall into Saturday....and ending with snapshot weather for your Wednesday.
Satellite and radar show one cold front headed across Great Lakes and will bring showers to East Tuesday. Second front from Canada will bring a stronger surge of cold air to the East by end of the week and weekend.
Below - animated maps showing this progression.
Below - rainfall expected into Saturday followed by snapshot weather for Tuesday - Election Day. 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.