Monday Morning Satellite Analysis

Written by on January 13, 2014 in NatGasWeather - No comments

A weak cold front will sweep into the eastern US today and tonight, bringing light to moderate mainly rain showers.  Further into the South, a weak weather system should aid lift in the atmosphere and lead to heavier showers as it tracks into the southeastern US.  Fresh doses of cold air will begin to push across the Canadian border Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing a significant cool down compared to the past several days temperatures for much of the central and eastern US.


1)  A weak disturbance near Texas will aid in showers and thunderstorms over the Southeast today and tonight.


2)  A weak cold front will sweep across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast today into Tuesday, providing areas of light to moderate rainfall with some light snow accumulations into the colder air toward New England.  The cold front will help pick up the weak low over Texas and eject it east.


3)  The first of several cold outbreaks will drop out of Southwestern Canada over the next few days and into the Plains and Midwest.


4)  High pressure that had been temporarily squashed into southern California this past weekend is now expanding back across much of the western US and toward the Gulf of Alaska.  This pattern favors cold outbreaks dropping back into the central and eastern US for the next week to 10 days.


Monday Morning Water Vapor Satellite Image

Monday Morning Water Vapor Satellite Image

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