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We have a mild stretch of weather to contend with early next week, December 9th and 10th with some accompanying wet weather on Tuesday. After December 16th, these same forecast ensembles diverge dramatically with the American version showing a full scale ridge west / trough east positive PNA regime while the European counterpart is a lot more mixed. It could very well set the stage for an interesting middle of the month in terms of snow potential though this remains more than a week away. Both strong La Nina’s and El Nino’s featured above normal snow which to some might seem like a counter-intuituve result. The cold weather from this airmass should persist through Friday and this essentially means snow from the recent storm will cover the slopes until then. Check out temps for Friday. Temps will cool down as well into the 60’s. I think Sunday still stands a shot for nice weather to return as I predict the weekend storm system will be cleared out by then.

It’s nice to be back posting regularly. For over 15 years, I have talked about Northwest weather, the weekend forecast, and education-related topics on KUOW during Friday’s morning’s Weekday program. My involvement with KUOW began in the mid 90s when I was contacted by them to replace the previous weather person, Art Rangno. A closer look at the weekend weather coming later this week. One can just simply look at how the two forecast packages are handling the outlook in Alaska and can easily gauge how different they are. We will first look at the various body traits and how they are viewed during pregnancy as being indicative of whether or not the child to be born is a boy or girl. Nearby cell towers and Wi-Fi networks can also provide this information, and will be checked first to save time and battery. 5 deaths have been reported when Ramon had first made a landfall. HAVE SPREAD INTO THE CENTRAL U.S. They will probably struggle through the season and have moments that make you scratch your head. Good Morning everyone. This week will start off today damp and wet with temperatures in the 50’s. Expect some showers spreading into our area as the day progresses, but nothing in terms of a washout.

Medium-range model guidance is in unusually good agreement on a storm system digging into the Southwest US as a closed low before making its way east and affecting areas east of the Front Range. Outlook: Continuing changeable with rain or showers at times but good dry periods too. I started seeing degradations in math skills and a few times a year I began talking about it and my concerns for the future of our nation. The rain can be heavy at times tomorrow and will linger into Thursday were it will mostly be shower activity. Precipitation forecast on April 12th suggests the suspicions of a severe weather event may verify, as a heavy precipitation event looks to impact the southern Plains, likely encompassing stronger storms in the typical cold front’s linear storm formation. Time will tell if this linear formation ends up being a squall line or just pockets of heavy rain. It is possible that a one day torch pushes temperatures into the 50’s during this time frame but it will be short lived with winter making an abrupt return Wednesday.

The lake is not perfect all of the time. Drier weather returns for Tuesday night with temperatures getting much colder over the next few days. This could set the stage for a severe weather event. Defensive driving classes have been set up in every state by the government and police departments to make the world a safer place to live in. Both major set of forecast ensembles have moved toward the development of a block in the stream north of Alaska. General atmospheric flow in both images is highly meridional, and the lack of a positive tilt (highest vorticity pointing towards the southwest) means that this system should quickly occlude and shoot north into the Plains towards Canada. SST anomalies leads to high pressure formation, it could happen that we see periods of anomalously warm weather along the Eastern Seaboard that could then maximize cold weather in the Plains. 2. All test models had to use the old GFS (current model) physics which are completely inappropriate at high resolution. Because the European model only forecasts out to 10 days, we cannot see how far in the future the European takes it.