Satellite shows New England storm moving away. Moisture over No. Plains heads east and weakens. Moisture over Texas - heads east through weekend.
Above - New Year's Eve.... light snow over Northeast....rain from Ohio Valley to Gulf of Mexico. Rain - southern California...and rain and snow in Pacific NW.
New Year's Day - not much change from "The Eve"....most of the nation...quiet. Here's wishing all a happy - healthy and safe New Year's.
Above - Euro Model predictions on snowfall Thursday into Friday......Vermont - New Hampshore & Maine get buried. Below...snowfall predictions by GFS & Canadian Models.
Satellite shows 2 jet streams and when they merge..big storms happen. Such will be the case Thursday into Friday - New England as seen above. Below...what the weather map will look like Thursday night. Intense storm along New England coast.
Lastly...map for New Year's Eve...hasn't changfed much since yesterday. Green in rain..blue - snow ...pink - ice. Be safe.
satellite shows cold front moving into the East with showers and some thunder. Next system in Northwest arrives in Norftheast Thursday.
Map above is for Tuesday evening....unsettled but not stormy.
Below...GFS and Canadian Models for New Year's Eve.
Both models show a band of moisture for East around midnight.
New England...looks like light snow..Mid Atlantic could be icy in spots. Other problem areas - Northwest - snow inland. Be safe - later.
Satellite view of North Pole. Simply - cold but no storms...so Santa is getting ready.
Satellite shows a disturbance moving out of Plains...will bring light rain to the East Saturday. System on west coast will bring a major storm to Rockies & Plains on Christmas Day. Below...early morning temperatures.
Above - today's weather map. Big storm west coast...trouble for Christmas Day.
GFS Model for Christmas Day. Major storm Nebraska...blizzard conditions Montana - Wyoming - N.Dakota.....mixed precip - Minnesota - rain - wind - thunderstorms for Plains.
GFS Model for New Year's Eve....long range ....don't rely too heavily. Wind and snow Great Lakes and Ohio Valley....some snow No.New England...elsewhere - quiet.
Here's wishing all a very Merry - Safe and Blessed Christmas.
Small disturbance moving across New England with a touch of snow today. Wet storm for Southwest....headed for Rockies and Midwest on Christmas Day.
Today's weather map showing that small system in Northeast and the bigger system in Southwest. Below...a sampling of temps this morning.
Amounts of precipitation forecast for the next 7 days. Below...
low temperatures for CHristmas morning...followed by high temperatures for Christmas Day.
Above - GFS model for Christmas Day: intense storm in Nebraska with blizzard conditions for No. Rockies and Dakotas..wintry Mix upper Midwest....rain and wind for Plains including thunderstorms which may be severe.
Above - GFS Model for New Year's Day: Cold wave - wind and snow from Great Lakes into Northeast. Some rain for Texas...rest of the Nation...quiet. Be safe.
Satellite shows narrow bands of unsettled weather from west to east. Storm on Canada's west coast will be trouble-maker for U.S. this Christmas Day.
Today's map - just small areas of unsettled weather - no major storms yet. Below...a.m. temperatues: notice - no sub zero.
Below....expected high temperatures for Christmas Day.
Above...GFS map for Christmas Day. Intense winter storm in Nebraska bringing blizzard conditions from Montana to Dakotas.
Wintry Mix to upper Midwest. Rain - wind - thunderstorms across the Plains. This will impact travel in a major way. More on this tomorrow. Be safe.
Coldest air now over New England and moving out. Milder weather for much of the nation.
Satellite shows next front in Great Lakes....moving east and weakening. Frigid air not seen into the weekend.Below - current weather map which shows a lack of storms...not complaining.
Below...GFS & Canadian models for Christmas Day. Green = rain....blue = snow. Most of the wintry weather - Rockies.
Below...expected temperatures for Sunday - Christmas Day. Most of the Nation - mild. Be safe.
Next storm in Rockies - heading east to bring lousy weather to
Eastern half of Nation this weekend.
Map above is for late Saturday. Complete mess for most of the Nation. Below...map shows what the Euro model is forecasting as far as snow amounts on Saturday.
Below....temperatures for next Friday as we head into Christmas weekend.
Below...current temperatures over the Nation.
GFS Model for Christmas Day. Blue = snow - green = rain
pink = ice. Take with a grain of salt. Be safe.
Early temperatures Thursday.....almost all of the Nation in the cold. Below...satellite showing the cold air coming out of Central Canada and the next storm hitting the west - making it to the east this weekend.
Below...current map for today....then the map for this Saturday afternoon. Remember...green is rain...blue is snow...pink is ice.
GFS Model prediction for Christmas Day. Most places not seeing snow on Sunday - 12/25. Be safe.
Cold arctic air still plunging into the U.S. Storm on west coast will bring a retailers' nightmare this weekend to the East. Below...current map showing that storm moving into West Coast today.
Below...current temperatures this a.m. followed by a map that shows how temperatures will average through Dec. 22.....blue is below the norm...so much of the Nation - cold.
Below - Euro model forecast snow amounts for this Saturday.
Below...GFS Model projection for Christmas Day. Again...green is rain - blue - snow --- pink - ice. Stay safe.
Satellite shows polar vortex spinning away in Canada and causing waves of frigid air to spill south. It's all headed east and south and most places will feel this snap by late week.
Above - early morning temperatures. Below...expected morning temperatures for this Friday.
Current map showing cold air moving across the Central U.S. Storm on west coast heads to east coast by this weekend.
This map is the gfs model for Saturday night. Storm is near Chicago. Blue is snow..green is rain...pink is ice. Below - gfs model for Christmas Day.
This is for Sunday- 12-25-16 at 7pm. Timing on long range weather is never right. This models shows snow from Ohio Valley to Northeast. Will it be faster or slower. If it speeds up..then a white Christmas is possible in the East. "If" the big word here. For now...get ready for the cold. Be safe.
Early temperatures: Cold moving south and east and intensifying.
Satellite shows cold air plunging south over Central U.S. Below...current map showing lake effect snows in progress.
Below - a look at daytime temps for next Thursday. Cold does not give up. Stay safe and warm.
Map above is for next Tuesday. Notice the "H" in NW Territory of Canada. It's moving southbound...so plenty of cold air down the pike for the U.S.
Satellite shows large low spinning in upper Midwest - just serving to pull down bitter air from Canada. Below...temperatures taken early this a.m.
Today's weather map shows that storm north of Great Lakes and cold air just dropping south and east. Snow across the southern Plains...Upper Midwest and Great Lakes. Stay warm and safe.
One storm moving out of Gulf States - another in Dakotas bringing down colder air. The two will combin and move off the East Coast by Thursday.
Severe weather possible today in southeast...dark green and yellow.
ABove...how daytime temperatures will average over the next 7 days: blue is below normal - red is above. Below...daytime temperatures expected for NEXT Tuesday.
Above - projection for temperatures between Dec. 13th & 19th.
Finally...The Euro models prediction of snowfall accumulations over the Nation during the next 10 days. Be safe.
Canadian temperatures are getting icy and that air will be coming south in stages starting next week.
Satellite shows basically storm free weather now. Jet stream coming out of Pacific in south will bring heavy rains to south next several days. Below...a look at predicted rainfall amounts for next 7 days.
Below...map for Saturday. Rain south...some snow north.
Below...daytime temperatures for Next Friday.........get ready.
We'll have daily weather discussions, talking about major systems on the horizon along with anything noteworthy that pops up on our radar.