Increasing Temperatures in South-Central Texas as the Week Progresses; Winds are Expected
The latest visible satellite picture from the GOES-16 satellite shows the breadth of the cloud cover that has remained in place across most of South-Central Texas. Clouds should continue to break out fairly fast this evening, and we could even see some excellent sunlight for regions east of the I-35 corridor right before sunset, thanks to midday heating as well as drier air filtering in between 850 and 700 mb.
Northerly Winds Expected for Los Angeles; Cooler Temperatures Forecast
Through today, a light offshore flow will remain, and temperatures will be comparable to Monday's. The arrival of an area of low pressure will bring about a cooling trend on Wednesday and Thursday. Increasing northerly winds will be followed by a re-establishment of offshore flow during the weekend, bringing much higher temperatures.
Cold Temperatures and Gusty Winds Expected for New York
High pressure rises in for today and will shift offshore later in the evening. Low pressure will pass south and east of the area on Wednesday night and into Thursday morning. On Thursday, expect high pressure to increase. A weak high pressure system gives way to a strong frontal system that will move in late Friday into Saturday, with a deepening wave of low pressure spreading over the country the following day.
Mild and Dry Temperatures with Gusty Winds are Forecast for Montana for Most of the Week
Temperatures will remain mild and dry for most of this week, but strong and gusty winds will blow over the plains at times, particularly along the Rocky Mountain Front and neighboring places.
Cold Winds and Snow Forecast for Montana
Downslope southwest winds will continue to blow snow over the Rocky Mountain Front and along the Montana Highway 200 corridor through today morning, with temperatures increasing throughout the area as a result of the rising temperatures.
Expect Low Temperatures in Idaho Today and Tomorrow; Heavy Winds Could Cause Drifting Snow in Eastern Idaho
From now until Thursday, there will be no rain. Occasional light snow will continue to fall tonight as another weak wave travels through the region, attempting to press whatever snow it can out of the ground, particularly over topography and in areas where stratus has remained or is anticipated to form.
Cold Front With Snow and Heavy Gusts Expected for Montana this Week
Following a minor warmth throughout parts of the area today, a fast-moving cold front will push in colder air for the remainder of the day on Wednesday. Additionally, this cold front will bring with it some light accumulating snow, with most lower altitudes likely receiving up to 1.5 inches and mountains may be receiving up to 3 inches.
Heavy Winds and Rain Showers are Expected to Reach Arizona on Christmas
With gusty gusts, widespread rain, and high elevation snow, a Pacific storm system will strike north-central Arizona through Christmas morning, according to the National Weather Service.
Strong Winds & Rain Expected; Temperatures Forecasted To Decrease
According to the data, satellite photography showed three important blocked circulation areas this morning. One-off the coast of the Pacific Northwest, one concentrated over northern Manitoba, and one moving over the lower Mississippi Valley area.
Strong Winds and Rising Temperatures Forecasted For Albuquerque This Week
Temperatures have started to rise above-average levels, and this trend is expected to continue for the rest of the week. As a result, breezy to windy weather will become more prevalent beginning Tuesday and continuing through the remainder of the week.