Saturday, December 20, 2014

Saturday, December 20, 2014 - Morning Weather Discussion

No white Christmas for us, in fact it may hit 60 degrees on Christmas Eve!!!

We will have variably cloudy skies through Monday with highs in the mid 30’s today and tomorrow and around 40 on Monday.

Monday evening a weak area of low pressure will approach our area (this was supposed to be the big snowstorm for tonight and Sunday), bringing us some light snow or rain on Monday evening that will change to rain overnight on Monday night.  The snow could accumulate to a dusting in some locations before it changes to rain. 

Tuesday we will have light rain and showers with highs in the low 40’s.

Christmas Eve we will have rain, heavy at times, as an area of low pressure develops along the East Coast and takes an inland path, allowing warm air to surge northward up the East Coast with highs near 60!

Expect heavy travel delays up and down the East Coast on Christmas Eve with the heavy rain and strong winds.  And for those of you heading south to Florida for the holiday; remember that my dad owns a real estate company in Florida. Click here to view his company website. 

Christmas Day we will have variably cloudy skies with highs in the low 40’s.

Friday should be mostly sunny with highs in the mid 40’s.

Next Saturday we will have increasing cloudiness in the morning with showers in the afternoon and evening and highs around 50 as warm air surges northward again ahead of an approaching cold front.

Next Sunday will be variably cloudy and colder behind the cold front with a chance of a snow shower in the morning.  Highs will be in the mid 30’s all day.

Next Monday will be mostly sunny with highs in the low 30’s.

Next Tuesday and New Year’s Eve we will have a chance of snow with highs in the low 30’s.

New Year’s Day and next Friday we will have mostly sunny skies and highs in the low 30’s.

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Saturday, December 20, 2014 - Look at the Next 2 Weeks

TODAY – variably cloudy, high in the mid 30’s

TOMORROW – variably cloudy, low in the mid to upper 20’s, high in the mid 30’s

MONDAY – cloudy, light rain or light snow developing in the evening, possibly accumulating to a dusting in some locations before changing to rain, low in the mid to upper 20’s, high in the upper 30’s to low 40’s

TUESDAY – light rain and showers, low in the mid to upper 30’s, high in the low 40’s

CHRISTMAS EVE – rain, heavy at times, windy, low in the low 40’s, high in the upper 50’s

CHRISTMAS DAY – variably cloudy, low in the upper 30’s to low 40’s, high in the low 40’s

FRIDAY – mostly sunny, low in the upper 20’s to low 30’s, high in the mid 40’s

NEXT SATURDAY – increasing cloudiness in the morning, chance of showers in the afternoon and evening, low in the mid to upper 30’s, high in the upper 40’s to low 50’s

NEXT SUNDAY – variably cloudy, chance of a snow shower in the morning, temperatures remaining in the mid 30’s all day

NEXT MONDAY – mostly sunny, low in the low to mid 20’s, high in the low 30’s

NEXT TUESDAY – chance of snow, low in the low to mid 20’s, high in the low 30’s

NEW YEAR’S EVE – chance of snow, low in the low to mid 20’s, high in the low 30’s

NEW YEAR’S DAY – mostly sunny, low in the upper teens to low 20’s, high in the low 30’s

NEXT FRIDAY – mostly sunny, low in the upper teens to low 20’s, high in the low 30’s

Friday, December 19, 2014

Friday, December 19, 2014 - Evening Weather Discussion

We will have variably cloudy skies through Monday morning with a chance of a flurry at any time. Highs will be in the mid 30's tomorrow and Sunday and the mid to upper 30's on Monday.

Light rain or light snow will develop in the afternoon and evening and continue into the night.  The snow could accumulate to a dusting in some locations prior to changing over to rain by Tuesday morning.

Tuesday into Wednesday morning we will have light rain with highs on Tuesday in the low 40's.

Christmas Eve day we will have light rain early in the morning, then rain, heavy at times and it will be windy with highs in the mid to upper 50's.

Expect heavy travel delays up and down the East Coast on Christmas Eve and for those of you heading south to Florida for the holiday, remember that my dad owns a real estate company in Florida. Click here to view his company website. 

Christmas Day will be variably cloudy with a slight chance of a snow shower. Highs will be in the low 40's.

Friday will be mostly sunny with highs in the low 40's.

Next Saturday we will have a chance of showers late in the day with a high in the mid 40's.

Next Sunday we will have a chance of showers with highs in the upper 40's.

Next Monday and Tuesday we will have mostly sunny skies with increasing cloudiness late on Tuesday.  The highs should be in the mid 30's.

New Year's Eve day we will have a chance of rain or snow with highs in the mid 30's.

New Year's Day we will have mostly sunny skies with highs in the low 30's.

Friday, December 19, 2014 - Morning Weather Discussion

Well, sorry, no white Christmas for us…

It had looked as if we had a good chance for a white Christmas just a few short days ago.  Unfortunately, that is not going to happen.  The storm for this weekend got delayed until Monday night and by then the warm air will be in place and we will get rain instead of snow.  If the storm had come in this weekend we would have surely had snow, but for some reason it got delayed.  I feel really bad for the snow plow guys.  I know many of you read this blog and well, I was hoping for you guys.  On the other hand, I know some of you would prefer not to have to deal with it around the holidays, so I am happy for you.  For those of you hoping for the snow, the next one to watch is a possible storm for New Year’s Eve day.  We will have to see how that one works out…

Anyway, we will have fairly decent weather through Sunday but it will be cool with highs in the mid 30’s. 

Monday the storm that was supposed to bring us a big snowstorm this weekend will finally move in during the afternoon and evening and it might still be cold enough that it could possibly start as a little light snow or a mixture of rain and snow, but it would rather quickly change to rain with the rain continuing overnight.  The high on Monday should be around 40.

Tuesday we will have light rain and showers with highs in the mid 40’s.

Christmas Eve day a rather strong storm is likely to form along the East Coast as two strong upper level disturbances merge.  The storm will however take an inland path which will allow warm air to surge northward up the East Coast.  This will cause high temperatures to reach the mid 50’s on Christmas Eve day.  It will also be quite windy on Christmas Eve. 

For those of you heading south to Florida for the holiday, expect the possibility of heavy travel delays on Christmas Eve day with the heavy rains and strong winds and remember that my dad owns a real estate company in Florida. Click here to view his company website. 

The rain will come to an end early in the evening on Christmas Eve, followed by cooler temperatures for Christmas Day and a chance of a snow shower.  The highs on Christmas Day should be around 40, but it will feel cooler with the strong northerly winds.

Next Friday should be nice with a high around 40.

Next Saturday clouds will increase and we will have a chance of showers at night as a cold front approaches.  The high next Saturday should be in the mid 40’s.

Next Sunday and Monday should then be mostly sunny and cooler with highs in the mid 30’s.

Then next Tuesday a low pressure area may form along the Gulf Coast and merge with an upper level system dropping down from Canada.  If these two systems merge the storm would then move up the East Coast and bring us a chance for snow starting next Tuesday night and through New Year’s Eve day.   For those of you wanting some snow, this is the next one to watch…

New Year’s Eve day would then be mostly sunny with highs in the low to mid 30’s.

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Friday, December 19, 2014 - Look at the Next 2 Weeks

TODAY – variably cloudy, high in the mid 30’s

TOMORROW – variably cloudy, low in the low to mid 20’s, high in the mid 30’s

SUNDAY – variably cloudy, low in the mid to upper 20’s, high in the mid 30’s

MONDAY – increasing cloudiness, rain developing in the afternoon, possibly starting briefly as some light snow, low in the mid to upper 20’s, high in the upper 30’s to low 40’s

TUESDAY – light rain and showers, low in the upper 30’s to low 40’s, high in the mid 40’s

CHRISTMAS EVE – rain, possibly heavy at times and windy, ending in the evening, low in the mid 40’s, high in the mid 50’s

CHRISTMAS DAY – variably cloudy, chance of a snow shower, low in the mid to upper 30’s, high in the upper 30’s to low 40’s

NEXT FRIDAY – mostly sunny, low in the low to mid 30’s, high in the upper 30’s to low 40’s

NEXT SATURDAY – increasing cloudiness, chance of a shower at night, low in the mid to upper 20’s, high in the mid 40’s

NEXT SUNDAY – mostly sunny, low in the low to mid 30’s, high in the mid to upper 30’s

NEXT MONDAY – mostly sunny, low in the mid to upper 20’s, high in the mid 30’s

NEXT TUESDAY – mostly sunny in the morning, increasing cloudiness in the afternoon, chance of snow developing at night, low in the low to mid 20’s, high in the mid 30’s

NEW YEAR’S EVE – chance of snow, low in the mid to upper 20’s, high in the low to mid 30’s

NEW YEAR’S DAY – mostly sunny, low in the low to mid 20’s, high in the low to mid 30’s

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Thursday, December 18, 2014 - Evening Weather Discussion

For those of you who were really hoping for some snow for Christmas or who depend upon it for a living or who like to ski.  Well, I have nothing good to say for you.  We had what looked like two really good opportunities for significant snow over the past couple of weeks, but neither of those worked out and there is nothing on the horizon whatsoever.  What had looked to be shaping up as a really bad winter is now looking like not much of a winter at all.

Something changed drastically with the weather pattern recently, no doubt about it.  The storm a couple of weeks ago should not have been freezing rain and there should have been a storm coming this weekend and there is not.  Something changed, and it has changed in a way that simply does NOT favor snow.  This certainly can change, but that is how it looks at the moment.

We will have variably cloudy skies through Sunday with just a chance of a flurry this weekend.

Monday the storm that was supposed to hit on Saturday night and Sunday morning will approach from the south.  It will however warm up enough by then that it will fall as rain instead of snow. There is a slight chance that it could start as snow if it starts early enough in the morning before the warm air moves in, but in any event, any snow would be insignificant and it will change to rain.

We will then have a chance of showers on Tuesday.

Then on Wednesday a strong storm system will develop along the East Coast.  It will however take an inland path which will allow warm air to surge northward up along the East Coast and will bring us heavy rain on Christmas Eve morning, ending during the afternoon.  There will then be a chance of a snow shower for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

There will then a chance of rain next Friday night as a cold front approaches.

Then next Saturday through New Year's Day should be cold and mainly dry with just a chance of a snow shower from time to time off the Great Lakes.

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Thursday, December 18, 2014 - Morning Weather Discussion

Well, the storm that was supposed to happen this coming weekend that would have been a big snowstorm, has been delayed till Monday night, and by then there will be no cold air left, so we will end up with a rainstorm instead…

So, we will have fairly nice but cooler days today through Sunday with highs in the mid to upper 30’s today and the mid 30’s tomorrow through Sunday.

Monday clouds will increase in the morning as the storm finally approaches from the south, bringing us a chance for rain in the afternoon and at night.  The highs will be in the mid to upper 30’s.

Tuesday we will have a chance of showers and highs in the low 40’s.

Christmas Eve a strong storm is likely to develop along the East Coast as a strong upper level low pressure area over the Great Lakes will combine with another strong piece of upper level energy moving along the Gulf Coast.  The storm will however take an inland path.  This will allow warm air to surge northward up the East Coast ahead of the storm.  This will cause high temperatures to reach near 50 for Christmas Eve day with heavy rain and strong winds in the morning and afternoon, ending by evening.   This will also likely cause travel delays on Christmas Eve day for those traveling for the holiday.

Behind the storm for Christmas Day we should have variably cloudy skies with highs around 40.

Next Friday we should have mostly sunny skies with highs again around 40.

Next Saturday we will have a chance of showers as a cold front approaches.  Highs next Saturday should be in the low 40’s.

Next Sunday through Tuesday should then be variably cloudy with highs in the mid 30’s.

New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day we will have a chance of rain or snow with high in the mid 30’s.

For those of you heading south to Florida for the holiday, expect the possibility of heavy travel delays on Christmas Eve Day with the heavy rains and strong winds and remember that my dad owns a real estate company in Florida. Click here to view his company website.  

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Thursday, December 18, 2014 - Look at the Next 2 Weeks

TODAY – variably cloudy, high in the mid to upper 30’s

TOMORROW – mostly sunny, high in the mid 30’s

SATURDAY – variably cloudy, low in the low to mid 20’s, high in the mid 30’s

SUNDAY – variably cloudy, low in the mid to upper 20’s, high in the mid 30’s

MONDAY – increasing cloudiness in the morning, chance of rain in the afternoon and at night, low in the upper 20’s to low 30’s, high in the mid to upper 30’s

TUESDAY – chance of showers, low in the upper 30’s, high in the low 40’s

CHRISTMAS EVE – rain, heavy at times, ending by evening, low in the low 40’s, high in the mid to upper 40’s

CHRISTMAS DAY – variably cloudy, low in the mid 30’s, high in the upper 30’s to low 40’s

NEXT FRIDAY – mostly sunny, low in the low to mid 30’s, high in the upper 30’s to low 40’s

NEXT SATURDAY – variably cloudy, chance of a shower, low in the low to mid 30’s, high in the low 40’s

NEXT SUNDAY – variably cloudy, low in the low to mid 30’s, high in the mid 30’s

NEXT MONDAY – variably cloudy, low in the mid to upper 20’s, high in the mid 30’s

NEXT TUESDAY – variably cloudy, low in the upper teens to low 20’s, high in the low to mid 30’s

NEW YEAR’S EVE – chance of rain or snow, low in the upper teens to low 20’s, high in the low to mid 30’s

NEW YEAR’S DAY – chance of rain or snow, low in the low to mid 20’s, high in the mid 30’s