Daily Archives: March 30, 2020

Time posted: 7:35 pm

Chilly Showers For Tuesday

Good evening, everyone. We have a little bit of ugly on the way for the final day of March. This will be bringing showers and chilly temps our way. Once we get past that, temps will rebound quickly for the end of the week and weekend.

Clouds are rolling in here ahead of low pressure rolling from west to east across the deep south. This is far enough north to give us a few showers, especially across the southern half of the state. The Euro is spitting out some decent totals in these areas…

Temps will be on the chilly side with most areas in the 40s.

Low clouds linger on Wednesday as temps rebound into the 50s. Thursday looks much better with readings hitting the 60s.

Much warmer air is on the way for the coming weekend. That’s when temps hit the 70s. There will be a few storms around later this weekend and early next week. I will focus more on that later tonight.

Here are your radars to track rain in from the southwest…

Enjoy the rest of your evening and take care.

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Time posted: 1:27 am

A Little Ugly To Close Out March

Good Monday, everyone. Our final Monday of March is in pretty good shape, but things aren’t looking as good for the final day of the month on Tuesday. That’s when another ugly weather maker rolls across the region with chilly showers. As we look at the first week or two of April, we find the models continuing to trend milder than before.

Temps today are in the 60s as clouds increase. Those clouds are ahead of a southern storm system that passes by just to our south through Tuesday night and early Wednesday. That brings our ugly for stuff with it…

Temps are cooler than normal with this system through the first few days of April…

Once into Friday and the weekend, the trend continues to be for a big recovery in the thermometers. That looks to carry us into next week. Check out the EURO temperature anomalies…

As I’ve been saying on my TV gig, this is likely to be a very active spring severe weather season in our part of the world. It should also skew warmer than normal. One of the reasons I’ve been saying this is because the waters off the southeast seaboard into the Gulf are WAY above normal. This is actually nuts…

With frequent rains and thunderstorms, this looks like a tropical summer in the making around here. Those warm waters aren’t to be taken lightly. They may also be signalling another busy hurricane season.

I will throw you another update later today. Have a good one and take care.

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