Transition to a More Sustained Cold, Stormy Pattern Likely Toward the End of the Month

Confidence in a transition to a more sustained, cold and stormy regime around and after the 20th (next weekend, roughly) has increased. Both the EPS and GEFS have locked onto the idea of ridging (high pressure) developing along the West Coast, blocking forming near Greenland, with overall lower heights evolving …

Multiple Storm Systems to Keep Unsettled Pattern in Place into the New Year

A unsettled weather pattern is going to continue into the New Year, with two more storm systems set to impact the Gulf Coast States. The front that moved through yesterday is still expected to stall along the north-central Gulf Coast through the weekend, keeping rain chances high. Monday – Tuesday: …

Line of Strong to Severe Storms to Sweep East Tonight into Tomorrow

A  line of strong/severe storms is going to sweep east tonight through tomorrow, and will be followed up by heavy rain/flood threat through weekend. Severe Threat:  A line of strong to severe storms is going to form in central Texas, along and west of I-35. This line will be located …

Post-Christmas Storm System to Bring Dual Flash Flood, Severe Weather Threat

A post-Christmas storm system is going to eject northeast, out the Plains, Wednesday -Friday, bringing a trailing front into the the Gulf Coast States. Gulf of Mexico moisture will be advected (drawn) north, leading to widespread heavy rain and storms. The front is still progged to become quasi-stationary along the …

More Gloomy Weather Mid-Week as Next Storm System Moves Through

A deepening upper-level trough will pivot out of the Plains mid to late Wednesday. On Wednesday night, the southern portion of the trough will close off, forming an upper low. An area of surface low pressure will also develop over Louisiana (see figure 1). All three of these features will …

Daily Regional Forecast for Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

Cloud cover will begin to increase ahead of the next storm system. However, mostly dry conditions are expected. Highs will range from the upper 50s/low 60s to upper 60s and lower 70s. For future updates, be sure to follow us on Instagram.   You can also follow us on Facebook  and Twitter. Get our …