Monday, February 23rd 2009 Weather Outlook

22 02 2009

Monday’s Weather Outlook; Northeast System, West System

9:30PM

On Monday, a system will exit the Northeast, while a system continues to affect the West. System wand lake effect snow will be likely in the Northeast. Highest accumulations will be found from New York with lake effect snow to Maine with the system snow. In the West, a system will continue to push through the region. Snow will be likely in the higher elevations, and rain in the lower elevations. Below is the thunderstorm and snowfall outlook for Monday.

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Sunday, February 22nd 2009 Weather Outlook

22 02 2009

Sunday’s Weather Outlook; Great Lakes/Northeast System, West System

12:00PM

On Sunday, a system will continue to affect the Northeast and Great Lakes, while a system continues to push onshore in the West. Rain will be likely along coastal sections of the Northeast, a system moves up the coast. Snow will be likely in interior areas. Lake effect snow will be likely in the Great Lakes. Accumulations will be likely in the Northeast and downwind of the Great Lakes. In the West, a system will continue to push onshore. Rain will be likely in the lower elevations and snow in the higher elevations. Accumulations are likely. Below is the thunderstorm and snowfall outlook for Sunday.

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February 20-23rd 2009 Plains/Midwest/Great Lakes/Northeast Winter Storm

22 02 2009

Friday-Monday Plains/Midwest/Great Lakes/Northeast Winter Storm

12:00PM

On Friday and Saturday, a system will work east from the Plains and into the Great Lakes. Snow will be likely on the north side of the system. Lake effect snow will also be likely behind the system. The highest accumulations will be found in portions of Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. This system will weaken as it heads into Canada. Energy from the first system will then transition off the Atlantic Coast, where a coastal storm will develop and work up the Northeast Coast. Snow will be likely late saturday into early Monday. Lake effect snow will also be likely behind this system in the Great Lakes. The highest accumulations will be found from New York up into Maine where up to 2 feet of snow may fall. Below is the snowfall forecast for this event.

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Saturday, February 21st 2009 Weather Outlook

21 02 2009

Saturday’s Weather Outlook; Great Lakes/Northeast/Mississippi Valley/Ohio Valley System, West System

1:15AM

On Saturday, a system will continue to push northeast through the Great Lakes, while a new system affects the West. Snow will be likely through the day across portions of the Great Lakes, and into the Northeast by Saturday Night. accumulations are likely with the highest being in Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, and portions of the Northeast. In the Ohio valley and Mississippi Valley, showers and storms will be likely. In the West, a new system will begin to affect shoreline areas with rain, late in the day. Below is the thunderstorm and snowfall outlook for Saturday.

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Friday, February 20th 2009 Weather Outlook

19 02 2009

Friday’s Weather Outlook; Plains/Midwest/Great Lakes System, Northeast System

10:30PM

On Friday, a system will exit the Northeast, while a system enters the Plains. System and lake effect snow will be possible in portions of the Northeast, as a system exits the area. In the Plains, a system will move into the area. snow will be likely in the Plains, and spreading through the Midwest and Great Lakes through the day and into the Night. Accumualtions are likely, with the highest amounts being in Illinois and Wisconsin where over 6 inches may fall, begining Friday Night. Below is the thunderstorm and snowfall outlook for Friday.

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Thursday, February 19th 2009 Weather Outlook

18 02 2009

Thursday’s Weather Outlook; Great Lakes/Northeast/Southeast System, Northern Plains System

9:45PM

On Thursday, a system will continue to push through the Northeast and Southeast, as a new system enters the Northern Plains. Lake effect and system snow will be likely in portions of the Northeast and Great Lakes, as a system exits the area. Accumulations are likely, with the highest abouts being found in the Northeast. In the Southeast, showers and storms will be likely, as a front moves through associated with the Northeast system. With limited instibility, a few storms may become severe, with the main threats being hail and damaging winds. In the Northern Plains, a clipper system will begin to affect the area with snow late in the day. Below is the thunderstorm and snowfall outlook for Thursday.

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Wednesday, February 18th 2009 Weather Outlook

17 02 2009

Wednesday’s Weather Outlook; Great Lakes/Ohio valley/Southeast/Northeast System

10:45PM

On Wednesday, a system will continue to push east into the Great Lakes. Snow will be likely on the north side of the system from Minnesota into the higher elevations of the Northeast. Accumulations are likely, with the highest being in the Northeast. Further south along the storms cold front in the Southeast, showers and storms will be likely. There is a moderate risk for severe storms in portions of Mississippi, Alabama and Georiga. With a slight risk in surrounding areas. With SB CAPE around 2000 , ML CAPE around 1500, Effective Bulk Shear values around 75KT, and ample moisture, storms will become severe. The main threats will be damaging winds, hail, and some tornado. Below is the severe weather and snowfall outlook for Wednesday.

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