A blast of hot air from the interior of New South Wales, Australia will reach the coast this weekend leading to extreme heat and an elevated fire risk.
Up With the Sun in Murell's Inlet, South Carolina by "austinebond" on Nov. 21, 2014. Upload to http://photo.accuweather.com to qualify!
A blast of hot air from the interior of New South Wales will reach the coast this weekend leading to extreme heat and an elevated fire risk.
It's a wild weekend with severe storms cutting across the South.
Extreme lake-effect snow fell south and east of Buffalo, New York, this week, but is it a record? Not even close... so far.
An interpretation of the latest ECMWF weekly long-range forecast output...
Looking at next week, the GFS ensemble spaghetti plot of upper air winds shows how much agreement there is among members of the ensemble (same model running multiple times using slightly different starting assumptions). The maps are from next Tuesday, Nov. 25, and Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27. There is good agreement on the first map, but a lot of spread two days later.
Cold Day in Portersville, Pennsylvania, by "Team LauraK" on Nov. 18, 2014. Upload to http://photo.accuweather.com to qualify!
The bitter cold will retreat this weekend, leading to a shot of springlike warmth Sunday into Monday. Colder air will return by Thanksgiving Day.
It's going to be a wild weekend with severe storms moving across the South. Hard to believe after a cold weather pattern.
Clipper-like storm system will bring light snow to eastern Canada into tonight followed by another round of locally heavy lake-effect snow.
There have been no named tropical cyclones in the Western Pacific this November, but that could change next week.
Frigid air extends from the northern Plains to the East Coast now, but it will ease this weekend. Following a potent rainstorm, it will turn cooler head toward Thanksgiving.