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United States Weather Summary For Monday, November 18

An area of low pressure will track well to the southeast of Nantucket, Massachusetts later today. The main impacts from this storm over the next 12 to 24 hours will be coastal flooding from elevated high tides, and beach erosion from high surf along the Mid-Atlantic and northeast US coastline. These hazards will begin to more »

United States Weather Summary For Friday, November 15

Rain is expected across the southeastern United States into the Mid-Atlantic states over the next couple of days or so. This reason for this rain is a strengthening low pressure system that will track from the US Southeast coast later today and Saturday to the southeast of Nantucket, Massachusetts by Monday. East to Northeast winds more »

A Coastal Storm Will Impact The Mid-Atlantic & Southeast US Coast With Rain, Gale To Storm Force Winds & Coastal Flooding From Friday Through This Weekend

It looks very likely that a low pressure system will initially form over north Florida on Thursday night and then move to near the Georgia and Carolina coastline as we get into Friday and Saturday. This low pressure system is then expected to slowly move near the Carolina coast on Sunday before tracking to the more »

A Storm System Will Form Near The Southeastern US Coast & Mid-Atlantic States Late This Week & This Weekend; Tropical Development A Very Slight Possibility Near The Northern Lesser Antilles Late This Weekend Or Early Next Week

There are a couple of areas that I’m going to be watching for possible sub-tropical or tropical development over the next week or so. The first area that I am watching is near the coast of the southeastern United States where an area of low pressure is likely to form by Friday or Saturday. All more »

United States Weather Summary For Saturday, November 9

An Arctic high pressure system will continue to bring well below average temperatures for this time of year across much of the eastern United States today. This first round of cold will move out by Sunday and Veterans’ Day. A second round of very cold air will push southeastward on Sunday. The leading edge of more »

United States Weather Summary For Thursday, November 7

A strong cold front is expected to sweep eastward off of the East Coast of the United States and off of the Gulf Coast by Friday morning. Behind this front, an area of cold high pressure will push from the central Plains states into the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States by Saturday. Rain is expected more »

United States Weather Summary For Tuesday, November 5

Light mixed rain and snow will move out of the Great Lakes by tonight as an area of low pressure pushes into Quebec province. Meanwhile, a second low pressure system will begin to organize over the north-central United States later today and push into the Great Lakes during Wednesday. Behind this storm system, a surge more »

U.S. Weather Summary For Monday, November 4

A frontal boundary is expected to push eastward reaching the East Coast of the United States by Tuesday evening. A second frontal system will push through the Great Lakes and into the northeastern United States over the next couple of days. Rain showers are expected across parts of the lower Great Lakes, Ohio Valley and more »

United States Weather Summary For Saturday, November 2

A frontal boundary that extends from the lower Great Lakes to the western Gulf of Mexico will continue moving eastward this weekend. This frontal boundary will produce snow and rain shower activity from the rest of today into Sunday across parts of the Great Lakes. On the backside of this front, lake effect snow showers more »

U.S. Weather Summary For Friday, November 1

An area of high pressure over the lower Mississippi and Tennessee Valleys will push into the Mid-Atlantic states by this evening. Another area of high pressure will move southeastward from the northern Rocky Mountains into the southern Plains states by Saturday morning. This high pressure system will then push into the Ohio Valley on Sunday. more »



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