Monday, November 28, 2016

Severe Risk Leaves...

Satellite & radar loops indicate the strongest storms are staying well north of the Lake and moving away as the main upper energy lifts to the NE.  However, another strong upper disturbance will approach by late Tuesday into early on Wednesday bringing another threat for strong storms.   There appears to be a set up for a more active southern storm track for the next 7-10 days and that will be great news for areas that are in severe drought.  In the short term, tonight will see some fast moving spotty showers with some rumbles of thunder, but rain totals should be less than an inch at most locations.  Tuesday will see lots of clouds with a few AM showers, but there will be many dry hours.  The best rain chances come after midnight Tuesday into early on Wednesday when a weak cold front will move through.  This front will not bring brutal cold but there are signs that next week could be much colder with even some southern snows.  No fooling!  Too soon to say how far south, but I want to get you snow “freaks” excited !    Stay tuned!


I counted over 200 grapefruit still on my tree and the colder it gets, the sweeter they get.  

1 comment:

Steven Madere said...

Now you have really piqued my interest. Time to finish the outdoor decorations before the BIg Chill.