Saturday, November 15th 2008 Weather Outlook

14 11 2008

Saturday’s Weather Outlook; Ohio Valley/Northeast/Southeast System


On Saturday, a developing system will push northeast, into the Great Lakes. Showers and storm swill be possible through much of the day across portions of the Southeast and Northeast. In the Afternoon, with limited instibility, soem storms may become severe in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast. With the main threats being damaging winds, hail, and an isolated tornado. On the backside of the system in Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan, rain may turn to snow late on Saturday With some light accumulations possible. Below is my thunderstorm outlook for Saturday, and below that is a map showing where snow is possible.