Radar/satellite picture above shows the remnants of the weekend storm moving out across New England. A front cross the Plains could bring some rain or wet snowshowers to the East Tuesday - otherwise most of the Nation on the guiet side. System along the west coast will move across the south. Below - snowfall through 48 hrs - animated maps for next 2 days - rainfall into Saturday.
below- snapshot weather for Tuesday.....be safe.
Satellite + radar above shows a cold front from New England to Texas with mainly rain. That sinks south and a storm form in the Gulf and moves north to bring rain back to East Friday into Saturday. System in the Northwest heads east to bring rain or a wintry mix to Northeast Sunday. Below - snowfall thru 48 hrs - animated maps....rainfall into Tuesday.
Below- snapshot weather for Friday - a happy - healthy and safe New Year to all.
Some lake effect snow and colder for Northeast. Storm heads across the Plains to Upper Midwest producing 3"=6" of snow there. That storm bring a touch of rain to East Thursday. A second storm will bring a wintry mix to New England on New Year's Day....rain elsewhere. A third and sneaky storm could bring some rain a/o snow to Northeast thereafter. Below..
snowfall thru 48 hrs.....animated maps....rainfall through SUnday.
Below - snapshot weather for Wednesday. Be safe.
Above - storm pulling out of the Southwest heads for Great Lakes with snow again - west of the track. That system brings rain to East by end of this year. A second storm forming on the end of this front will bring
more rain to East on New Year's Day with a wintry mix in the Northeast..where some places could get icy. Below - snowfall thru 48 hrs...+ rainfall through Saturday.
Ending with snapshot weather for your Tuesday. Please be safe.
Above....satellite + radar shows a strong cold front from Great Lakes to Louisiana. Thunderstorms in the South...heavy rain and strong winds...all moving to the East Coast tonight and Christmas morning. Ahead of it..unusually mild...behind it...noticeably colder. Below - snowfall over next 48 hours..animated maps - rainfall through Tuesday and severe weather for today and tonight..
Below - snapshot weather for Christmas Day. From the weather center to all...a very Merry and Safe Christmas.
Storm in the Plains will bring snow and wind there today...and then as it heads east...wind - rain for The East Thursday with severe storms over the Gulf States today - Carolinas Thursday. Winds could gusts over 50 mph Thursday night in Northeast. Windy and much colder Christmas Day with lake effect snows. Below - snowfall through 48 hours...animated maps - rainfall through Tuesday.
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday. Be safe.
Satellite - above - shows some rain and/or snowshowers in Northeast....all of which will taper off . Next storm coming into Northwest will drop several inches of snow in Norther-tier...then bring wind and rain to the East Thursday...followed by sharply colder for Christmas Day.
Below - snowfall thru 48 hrs, animated maps thru 48 hrs - rainfall into Sunday.
Finally - snapshot weather for Wednesday. Be safe !
Above...map by The National Weather Service shows where skies are expected to be clear for viewing The Christmas Star or Jupiter and Saturn together. Has not been seen since the 1200's. Best time to see it...1 hour after sunset in the southwest. Below - current satellite & radar.....showing some rain and snow diving through the Great Lakes and moving into the Northeast late tonight.
Below - snowfall through 48 hours - animated maps for next 2 days - rainfall through Saturday.
Snap shot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
Above- satellite + radar shows a cold front moving through the Plains.
That front will bring some rain and snowshowers in its trek across the Nation...arriving on the East Coast Sunday. Below...snowfall through 48 hours.....animated maps....rainfall through Wednesday.
Below- snapshot weather for Saturday. Be safe.
Winter Storm in Northeast will be winding down today. Anywhere from 4" to 24" has fallen thus far...and a few more inches are still possible. Some places reported 5" of snow in one hour. Another front causes rain and snow in the West otherwise much of the Nation...fair and cold. Below...wind chills this morning...animated maps....and rainfall through Tuesday.
Below- snapshot weather for Friday. Be safe !
Above - GFS Model prediction of snowfall over next 24 hours. It was the last model to join in predicting double digit snowfall. Along the NJ Coast and Long Island...snow tonight will mix or change to sleet and rain for a time resulting in lower accumulations otherwise...6"-12" on the average with 15"-20" interior New England and Lower Hudson Valley. Dangerous storm tonight..all travel should be avoided. Below - 48 hr. snowfall - animated maps - rainfall through Monday.
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday. Be careful and safe.
Satellite + radar above shows cold air over Great Lakes moving east. A storm in So. Plains will head northeast and becoming a major nor'easter Wed.night and Thursday. Storm will deliver strong winds and heavy snow from Appalachians into Northeast. Many places will receive over 1 foot..especially from Pennsylvania to So New England. Below - snow fall over the next 48 hrs., animated maps, rainfall into Saturday.
Below - snapshot weather for Wednesday. Be safe.
Satellite-radar above - storm moving up the Appalachians...mainly rain with some light wet snow higher terrain. System moving through West will head for Ohio Valley and turn into a nor'easter along the East coast. Snow for major cities on Wednesday - from Dc to Boston - many places in that corridor could wind up with double digit snowfall....rain for Mid Atlantic. Below - snowfall thru 48hrs - animated maps - rainfall into Saturday.
Below - snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
Radar-satellite above - showers band of showers in the Plains. Front moves to East Coast Sunday...so some rain ahead of it Saturday....but much of it falls apart by Sunday. Colder weather early next week before
one storms brings rain to Carolinas....and another threatens Wednesday.
Below - snowfall through 48 hrs - animated maps - rainfall through Tuesday.
Below - snapshot weather for Saturday. Have a nice weekend and please be extra safe.
Above- satellite & radar show next system from Arizona to Minnesota. This system will march east and bring some light rain and drizzle to East Coast this weekend along with mild temps. Below - animated maps.....snow forecast for next 2 days - rain forecast through Tuesday.
Below - snapshot weather for your Friday. Please be extra Safe.
Radar/satellite picture shows some rain a/o snowshowers in the Northwest and Northeast otherwise - quiet. Below - snowfall thru 48 hrs - animated maps - rainfall through Monday.
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday. Please be extra safe !
Above - Satellite + radar shows quiet weather. A front coming down from Central Canada may result in some flurries in Lakes and then the Northeast on Wednesday. Some rain in Washington State. Below...expected snowfall thru 48 hrs - animated maps - rainfall through Sunday.
In closing - snapshot weather for Wednesday. Be safe.
Above..satellite + radar.....notice rain and clouds in South pushing north....notice clouds over Great Lakes pushing south .....these 2 jet stream will likely merge forcing southern storm to intensify off Mid Atlantic Coast Saturday. HEAVY RAIN with this system from Mid Altnatic to New England...which could easily end as wet snow across the interior Saturday evening. Windy and colder behind it. Weather elsewhere and through next week....quiet. Below - animated maps - rainfall through Tuesday....and snapshot weather for Friday. Be safe.
Above - satellite + radar shows lake effect snows continuing in lee of Great Lakes. New storm in So. Plains will head east then up the coast this weekend. Below - early morning wind chills....animated maps....rainfall through Monday.
Below - expected snowfall for next 48 hours.....snapshot weather for Thursday.
A large wet and windy storm climbs up the Appalachians today bringing heavy rain and wind from Carolinas to New England with possibility of damaging wind and even a tornado. Another storm hitting west coast could reach East coast this weekend. Below - today's threat of severe weather.....animated maps....and rainfall through Saturday.
Below - snowfall map for next 48 hrs.
Ending with snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe.
Satellite + radar above shows cold air over the East with snowshowers in the lee of the Lakes. Rain and snow in the West....otherwise quiet is the word. Below - current track of Ioata - which will move into the Pacific and probably get a new name. Two other area of disturbed weather may form in the next few days.
Below - animated maps....rainfall through Monday - snapshot weather for Thursday. Be extra safe.
FYI - below - picture of part of the weather center.
Cat 4 hurricane Iota with 145 mph winds will slam into Central America tonight....the 2nd major hurricane there in 2 weeks. After that it will emerge into the Pacific and probably be given a new name.
Below - hurricane center track...model track.
Below - current radar + satellite picture......animated maps - rainfall through Saturday. Basically quiet weather but chilly by mid weeks with some snowshowers in lee of Great Lakes and New England.
Lastly - snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be extra safe.
ETA - 65 mph winds - will head for west coast of Florida - between Cedar Keys and Clearwater today. After that it will rapidly northeast and merge with a cold front and pass off the SE Coast....into the Atlantic. Below - track by Hurricane Center and models....and a look at Atlantic basin map.
Below - latest satellite + radar, animated maps, rainfall through Sunday.
Below - snapshot weather for Thursday. Be extra extra safe.
Eta is north of Key West bringing wind and rain to Florida. It will meander in Gulf and then may take off northeast to hit NW Florida late week. Rain and snow No. Plains...No. Rockies....very warm and nice in The East. Below - tracks of ETA.....good luck.
Below - animated maps for the next 2 days - rainfall through Saturday - snapshot weather for Tuesday. Be safe....now more than ever as this virus is going out of control once again.
Satellite + radar above show some rain in the Northwest...otherwise pretty quiet. Tropical depression ETA looks to be along the Central American coast...that may help it intensify and move northeast toward So. Florida for late weekend. Below - Eta's tracks and picture.
Below - animated maps =- rainfall through Wednesday - snapshot weather for Saturday.