Wednesday Satellite Analysis

Written by on December 11, 2013 in NatGasWeather - No comments

A fairly quiet day across much of the US today apart from a weak, but cold weather system tracking through the Midwest and New England with a few light inches of snowfall over the next 24 hours. Otherwise, the cold over the Southeast has stalled and will gradually modify and warm over the next several days. All eyes turn to the phasing of two weather systems later this week over the eastern US. How they merge is critical in determining how severe the impacts are going to be this weekend.

 

1) A fast moving weak system will race across the Midwest and into New England today with areas of light snowfall.

 

2) High pressure continues building into the west coast for a nice warm up.

 

3) Cold air at the base of the trough has stalled over the Southeast. With no additional cold reinforcements, temperatures will modify over the next few days.

 

4) Weather systems near Alaska will drop into the Midwest later this week and merge with 5.

 

5) A cut off low pressure system at the base of the high pressure ridge will partially eject into the Southwest over the coming days and merge with 4 in the central US.

 

Wednesday Morning Water Vapor Satellite Analysis

Wednesday Morning Water Vapor Satellite Analysis

 

 

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