The ABOVE surface weather chart for today shows the news-making winter storm up North, while we enjoy another nice warm day.
A weak “wedge” front (BELOW) brings a chance of a few light showers tonight but no big deal:
SURFACE WEATHER CHART TONIGHT:
The front from the Northern blizzard approaches Georgia Friday and Saturday but stalls, while a new storm system forms in Texas:
SURFACE WEATHER CHART FRIDAY MORNING:
SURFACE WEATHER CHART SATURDAY:
Despite a few scattered showers or thundershowers in the area Friday and Saturday there will be plenty of dry areas and dry hours, in fact for now at least, both days look to be more dry than wet when you add it all up.
PALM SUNDAY that new storm low pressure system (technical term: extratropical mid-latitude cyclone) out of Texas heads Northeast sending a strong cold front our way with showers and storms Sunday including a risk of severe weather:
SURFACE WEATHER CHARTS AND MODEL SIMULATED SATELLITE SUNDAY:
SUNDAY SEVERE WEATHER RISK:
ESTIMATED RAINFALL BETWEEN NOW AND MONDAY 8AM:
The cold front pushes East and South of us on Monday with a clearing trend as fair weather High Pressure builds in from the West:
MODEL SIMULATED SATELLITE MONDAY MORNING:
MODEL SIMULATED SATELLITE MONDAY AFTERNOON:
GFS ENSEMBLE TEMPERATURE GUIDANCE:
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