Nasty weather is coming to the Plains next week and beyond.
A severe weather pattern develops next week in the Plains. Storms possible in the Mid-Atlantic.
Aside from the flooding rains impacting parts of Florida, Alabama, and Georgia into Saturday, most of the country will experience rather mellow weather for Easter Weekend. Warmer air will expand across the country next week.
Updated look at the long range and potential El Nino later this year.
A deck of clouds about a half-mile overhead spread westward from the Atlantic to much of the I95 corridor from DC to Boston early this morning. These cloud decks can be a forecaster's nightmare in the spring because ...
A storm getting organized in the Gulf of Mexico will bring a ton of rain to parts of the Southeast with a few severe storms, too. It will be gone for Easter as a new storm arrives in the Plains.
Nasty weather coming to the Plains next week and beyond.
Snow is ending in the Upper Midwest, and outside of the high ground of the Rockies and maybe the Sierra and the Cascades, snow chance are about over for most of the nation.
The map below the video is one of the GFS solutions for where the southeast storm will be early Saturday. The precipitation is predicted to be farther north than suggested by other models.