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By: Steve Gregory, 7:52 PM GMT on March 26, 2015
Cold Temps in the East but Possible Warm-up – but Stormy - towards Mid April
Temperatures will take another plunge in the east over the next few days before a bit more seasonal Temp pattern emerges late next week; especially in the Midwest. Unseasonable warmth will continue across the entire western half of the US for at least the next 8-10 days – if not longer.
The highly progressive flow pattern continues, wit...
By: Steve Gregory, 6:37 PM GMT on March 23, 2015
Western Warmth and Eastern Cold to Persist with Stormy Conditions
Temperatures will remain generally above normal across the western US with well below normal readings on average over the eastern half of the nation – along with fairly stormy conditions across the central and eastern US.
The highly progressive flow pattern with embedded short waves will continue moving from the NORPAC into the West coast of Canada...
Updated: 7:16 PM GMT on March 23, 2015
By: Steve Gregory, 8:13 PM GMT on March 19, 2015
More of the Same as Numerous Short Waves Cross the Nation Every Few Days
Temperatures will remain generally above normal across the western half of the nation and below normal in the east as above normal Precip continues to highlight the Weather pattern from the southern Rockies/Plains into the Southeast US.
The amplitude of the Ridge over western North America continues ‘oscillating’ as short wave TROFs plow th...
By: Steve Gregory, 6:20 PM GMT on March 16, 2015
NUMEROUS SHORT WAVES TO CROSS THE CONTINENT
Temperatures will remain generally above normal across the western half of the nation as above normal Precip across the southern US and shots of colder Canadian air keep Temps on the cool side of normal elsewhere.
Low amplitude ridging in the western portion of North America will continue to bring above normal readings to much of the US west of the Mississippi, as short wa...
Updated: 7:25 PM GMT on March 16, 2015
By: Steve Gregory, 7:04 PM GMT on March 12, 2015
UNSEASONABLY MILD AIR NATIONWIDE AS RAIN BREAKS OUT IN THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY AND HEADS NORTHEAST
Temperatures are now above normal across the nation with the exception of New England, and will likely remain milder than normal through most of next week.
A developing area of rain across the lower Mississippi Valley will continue to spread slowly north and eastward during the next few days as a ...
Updated: 10:59 PM GMT on March 12, 2015