Weekly outlook 9/17-9/24

Rising temperatures for the central US eastward this week! When see dips coming into the western US we know a ridge is about to build either in the central US or eastern US and indeed model simulations have this happening (trough ridge pattern) west to east into the whole week! so If you like warmth… Continue reading Weekly outlook 9/17-9/24

Weekend outlook 9/16-9/17

Ah warmer times are arriving just in time for the weekend from the central Plains eastward. In the map above you may have noticed the snow outlook in the northern Rockies and indeed it’s that time of year ( September ) the higher areas of the Rockies see their first snow since last spring. As… Continue reading Weekend outlook 9/16-9/17

A look at the week ahead ( July 17-22 ) 2017

  (One can click on the images to enlarge them) The right image is the European Model (or ECMWF, European Centers for Medium Weather Forecast) the leading Global model in forecasting, behind that is the GFS (or USA model) So right image we see today’s map. That stalled front we talked about in recent blogs… Continue reading A look at the week ahead ( July 17-22 ) 2017

Stalled front in parts of the Mid Atlantic/South East for Sunday July 16 17

In the surface analysis above from 8 am Saturday (left) to 8 pm Saturday (right) we see the front has indeed stalled sparking off heavy thunderstorms across the south east and Mid Atlantic today. For our readers in the lower Mid Atlantic, Carolina’s here’s an up close view with 8 pm surface observations. This map… Continue reading Stalled front in parts of the Mid Atlantic/South East for Sunday July 16 17

Taking a look into late July 2017

Heat wave continues across much of the country, it is mid summer after all. I bet some a lot of people have been wondering when will the heat break? At least some relief. Well that is currently the situation for some in the North East and Great Lakes, and parts of the west where the… Continue reading Taking a look into late July 2017