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Severe Weather Threat Needs To Be Watched Across The South-Central & Southeast U.S. Friday & Saturday

The Severe Weather Threat Really Needs To Be Watched Closely For Friday & Saturday Across The South-Central & Southeastern United States: An increasing threat for severe thunderstorms are expected across the south-central United States on Friday and then across the southeastern United States on Saturday. A strengthening upper level weather pattern will take shape by more »

United States Weather Summary For Saturday, January 4

From The Rest Of Today Through Monday: An upper-level trough of low pressure will move across the eastern United States the rest of today and tonight, along with a couple of surface cold fronts. Ahead of these frontal boundaries, rain is expected for Southern New England, the Mid-Atlantic states, the Carolinas and the Southeastern United more »

United States Weather Summary For Wednesday, January 1

From The Rest Of Today Through Friday: Heavy rain and thunderstorms will overspread much of the Deep South into the Tennessee River Valley by late tonight and Thursday as a deep surge of moisture lifts northward from the Gulf of Mexico along an advancing warm front. 2 to 4 inches of rainfall is expected with more »

United States Weather Summary For Monday, December 30

From The Rest Of Today Through New Year’s Day: The ongoing winter storm across the north-central United States will continue to bring heavy snow to parts of the upper Midwest and Great Lakes today. Additional snow accumulations of 6 to 12 inches are expected. In addition, blowing and drifting snow with dangerous travel conditions are more »

Some Severe Weather Is Expected From Northeastern Louisiana & Central Mississippi Through Northwestern Alabama & Middle Tennessee This Afternoon & This Evening

Summary: The area to watch for severe thunderstorms that will be capable of producing wind damage and a couple of tornadoes will be from northeastern Louisiana and central Mississippi to northwestern Alabama and middle Tennessee this afternoon and this evening. Details: Scattered thunderstorms are expected along and ahead of a cold front this afternoon from more »

A Significant Storm System Will Impact Areas From The Plains States & The Midwest Through The Southern U.S. This Weekend Followed By The Eastern United States Late This Weekend Into Early Next Week

An area of low pressure system will strengthen as it reaches the western Plains states on Saturday morning. This storm system is expected to continue to strengthen as it moves northeastward towards the upper Great Lakes on Sunday. This storm is expected to bring everything from heavy snow & blizzard conditions to the north and more »

A Storm System Will Impact Areas From The Plains States & The Midwest Through The Southern U.S. This Weekend Followed By The Eastern United States Late This Weekend Into Early Next Week

An area of low pressure is expected to strengthen over the Central Plains states on Saturday. Snow with blowing and drifting snow is expected on Saturday from the Central Rockies through the High Plains and the Dakotas. To the south and east of this storm’s track, showers and thunderstorms are expected on Saturday afternoon and more »

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays From Crown Weather Services

As another year comes to an end, we wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for being subscribers & supporters of Crown Weather Services in 2019. We hope that we have met, if not exceeded, your expectations this year and hope to continue to do so in 2020. We hope that you and your more »

Non-Tropical Storm System Over The Northeastern Gulf Of Mexico Will Continue To Impact The Southeastern United States Today & Monday

The combination of a cut-off upper level low pressure system over the South Central United States and a surface non-tropical low pressure system over the northeastern Gulf of Mexico is bringing rain across the Deep South early this morning. As the upper level low slowly moves east later today so will its shield of rain more »

Non-Tropical Gulf Of Mexico Storm System Expected This Weekend That Moves Along The Southeastern US Coast Early Next Week

Energy from near the tail end of a frontal system now over the northwestern Caribbean will move into the Gulf of Mexico by Saturday and will combine with energy from an upper level low pressure system moving across the Mid-South. This combination of energy will lead to the development of a robust non-tropical low pressure more »




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