Friday Morning Satellite & Radar Analysis

Written by on January 10, 2014 in NatGasWeather - No comments

A fairly active few days is expected over the US.  A strong rain storm will move out of the southern Plains and into the eastern US over the next 24 hours.  It will bring moderate to heavy showers and storms with many areas receiving over an inch of rain.  Very mild conditions are expected over the eastern US as high pressure strengthens over the area ahead of the coming storm.  Several storms will also impact the northwestern US through the weekend.

 

1)  A strengthening storm over the southern Plains will bring an expanding area of showers and storms, which will cover the entire eastern US Saturday.

 

2)  High pressure keeps strengthening into the Northeast.  Warm, southerly winds will bring mild conditions the next few days.

 

3)  A weather system is tracking through the northern Rockies with valley rains and mountain snows.

 

4)  Another, stronger storm is waiting off the Pacific NW coast and will move inland overnight and into Saturday.

 

Friday Morning Water Vapor Satellite Analysis. Browns=Dry Whites/blues=Moist

Friday Morning Water Vapor Satellite Analysis. Browns=Dry Whites/blues=Moist

Weather radar is showing some moderate rain showers developing with the southern Plains low.  A few thunderstorms are already trying to fire this morning.  The area covered by precipitation will greatly expand today and tonight and will lead to widespread showers and storms over the eastern US with most areas seeing fairly hefty rainfall totals.

Weather radar is showing some moderate rain showers developing with the southern Plains low this morning and a few thunderstorms already trying to fire.  The area covered by precipitation will greatly expand today and tonight and will lead to widespread showers and storms over the eastern US with most areas seeing fairly hefty rainfall totals.

 

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