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Looking ahead at New England's next storm
New England will remain very quiet weather-wise from now through the weekend. Cold temperatures will stick around through Friday morning before a southerly flow takes over, allowing for more mild temperatures. By Saturday, New England will see widespread 40s and 50s. Highs on Sunday will be even warmer, with some areas of southern New England pushing 60° later in the day.
6-12 Inches of Snow Likely for Parts of Upper New England, Quiet & Rainy New York City
Good afternoon everyone. We have oursleves a fairly sizable system that'll get going off of New England after low pressure transfers its energy from the Great Lakes to the coast. However, that energy transfer will be "too late" for most of the Northeast, including New York City, in regards to seeing any wintry precipitation out of this.
Nice Weather to Start Week, Another Storm Arrives By the Weekend
Hello Everybody!I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving with family and friends. The black Friday snowstorm sure caused a lot of wrecks all over state. If only it would have waited a few days for when there are less cars on the road.
New England weekend weather (and a look at Thanksgiving week)
This weekend will feature some rain, some sun and some chill for New England. We're also watching the all important Thanksgiving week as well. Here's the details:. At one point, a coastal storm was looking to bring New England heavy rain and gusty winds for Friday night into Saturday. This storm has fizzled into no more than a standard rainy night and showery Saturday morning. This is because of the progressive nature of the cold front. The cold front's faster movement is helping to push the storm away. Now, all New England really has to deal with is the showers from the front itself.
Weekend Weather Alert: Thunderstorms to shake up Central and Northern Arizona
According to the Arizona Weatherman, the ejecting low-pressure from the Pacific turns into a trough and moves over Central and Northern Arizona late Friday night into Saturday morning through the afternoon. Expect rain showers and thunderstorms to move from Southwestern Arizona in the morning toward the northeast throughout Saturday.
Potent Weekend Storm Eyes Utah
I hope you are enjoying the stormy weather, because Utah is in for a few more days of it. Rain and snow has cleared out of Northern Utah this afternoon, and come late Friday night, more rain will move into Utah starting with the south this time! I would not be surprised to see some lightning flashes overnight Friday to Saturday morning with the first round of showers. Generally, areas of northern Utah will see more rainfall than southern Utah, but locally higher amounts can be expected with thunderstorms. Anywhere from 0.1" to 0.3" can generally be expected.
Storm Dynamics Focus Spots for Arizona Late Friday night into Saturday; Thunderstorms Projected
Arizona Weather Force has issued a Special Weather Statement effective late Friday night and going through half of Saturday for thunderstorm dynamics in the following areas: Maricopa and Yavapai County, parts of the Mogollon Rim, and the Central to Northern Colorado River Valley zones, which will include Quartzsite and Kingman as well.
Showers and Isolated Thunderstorms Likely for South and Southeastern Arizona Evening Through Tonight
Arizona Weather Force has issued a Weather Advisory effective this evening through the overnight and into Friday morning. The following areas area within this advisory; Pima and Cochise County.
Weekend storm trends further offshore of New England
For the past several days, we've been watching for the potential of a potent cold front to join forces with an approaching coastal storm. The question was how much would these two systems interact, as more interaction could lead to a more widespread heavy rain event. Over the past 24 hours, the coastal storm has trended further offshore, limiting the interaction and lowering the impacts to New England.
Thunderstorm Watch Issued For Metro Southern California Today; November 15, 2023
Southern California Weather Force has issued a Thunderstorm Watch as the update to the previous forecasts now until midnight for Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego County and surrounding mountain and desert zones, including the High Desert and Inland Empire.
Snow and Rain for Utah Wednesday Night
Hello Everyone. At this time, It appears we have two systems lined up to move through, one Wednesday-Thursday, and the other more potent one during the Weekend. Here are the details to the storm beginning Wednesday night.
Long Range Weather Advisory Update: Mid-November Storm Risk Assessment
Arizona Weather Force has issued an update status of the coming system with a narrowed window from November 14th to 18th to November later 15th to 18th. Back on November 5th, the official long range weather advisory was issued here at Arizona Weather Force. (See reference A below).
Long Range Weather Advisory: First Pacific Storm of the Season for Southern California
Southern California Weather Force has issued a Long-Range Weather Advisory effective for mid-November, with a window between November 14th and 18th respectively. A ridge south of Alaska will form with a ridge in Southern Canada. This will block storms from moving up and over and into the Central/Eastern United States and allow a rouge low pressure system to form below it, in what is called a split flow pattern.
Long Range Weather Advisory: First Pacific Storm of the season for Arizona
Arizona Weather Force has issued a Long-Range Weather Advisory effective for mid-November, with a window between November 14th and 18th respectively. A ridge south of Alaska will form with a ridge in Southern Canada. This will block storms from moving up and over and into the Central/Eastern United States and allow a rouge low pressure system to form below it, in what is called a split flow pattern.
New England weather this week: Mixed bag...again
This week in New England will feature a few quick-hitting disturbances, with generally low impacts expected. Here's the details:. Monday will see increasing clouds across New England as the region's next system begins to move in from the west. The day will remain dry for all of New England with temperatures cooler than the weekend thanks to cooler nighttime air getting trapped at the surface for today. Highs will generally be in the low 50s in southern New England and the low 40s to about 50 in northern New England.
A quiet weather week of ups and downs in the Northeast & Mid Atlantic
We are in a relatively quiet weather pattern for this week. Weather systems are moving along from west to east along the Canadian border with a limited amount of moisture. This puts us in a world of warm fronts followed by cold fronts and where we chill down for a day or two and then warm up for a day or two. However we aren't really going to stray too far from where temperatures should be for this time of year. Today we have another day where it should be no worse than partly sunny. A small high is in Southeastern Canada so we are going to be a little lower temperature wise today with most highs in the mid 50s and lower 60s from north to south. North of NYC some places will not get much above the lower 50s..
Minor Winter Storm Early This Week
Hey Folks! I hope everyone had a great weekend. As we move into the second week of November, it looks like we will have a minor storm Tuesday and Wednesday with what (at this time) appears to be a more significant multi-day winter storm next on the horizon for next week. While I don't like speculating much on a storm that far out, it looks to be more significant for southern Utah, which has largely missed out on the action so far this year.
He laid motionless under raining beside the highway road desperate waiting for help
While I was driving, I saw a doggie lying down! However, I felt he remained in trouble. I returned. When I got back, he was simply laying beside the roadside in a watery puddle in the rain. Bravo, Fahrudin Caki.
Teenager’s Told He Can’t Bring Puppy Inside That Showed Up In The Rain
One morning, a teenager heard scratching outside on the porch. He went to check out and found a tiny puppy all by herself in the rain. He didn’t know what to do, so he called his parents at work.