Friday 10 a.m.
May is salad month, so lettuce see what kind of weather will be tossed into the Northeast. Today, sunshine peppers the region, and some people are taking to the greens. With the wind blowing, it feels like an iceberg in the mountains of New England, so I would not bet the ranch dressing for warm weather there today.
Temperatures this weekend will climb higher than they have recently bean. Across the country, sunshine will be bacon bits of the West. It will be sunny in California's Marin County. There! I've been a Marin ade.
Later in the weekend and early next week, the picture becomes more uncertain and so we need to leave a little mush room in our wording. Moisture from the Gulf states will be moving northeast, endive mentioned an increasing chance for showers later Sunday into Monday. Once the showers sprout, we expect to see an arugula arrangement if showers. Stay with AccuWeather.com, where we will spinach story to match the changing patterns. Hopefully, this will prevent the weather from becoming cucumbersome for you. After all, that is how we earn our celeries. Now, on to the video. I will admit the first picture refutes the idea it can't be beet.
A storm that has brought hardship and danger to parts of Texas and Arkansas with an assortment of ice and snow will send a swath of snow northeastward today and tonight. Here is a map showing our overall estimates as of 10 a.m. ET:
That could lead to tough travel at the end of the weekend. This map for Sunday at 7 p.m. ET shows where those troubles could be (north of the line with the label "snow rain line.")
This table shows the ensemble means for the next two weeks at Philadelphia: It suggests that whereas it does turn cold, any snowfall looks quite limited.
It is too early to be confident about any forecast for Christmas Day (or even the week before). However, the GFS model does go out 16 days, and it has a cold look for the Northeast exactly one week before Christmas.
As the flow aloft becomes southwesterly, mild moist air will spread northeastward from the Gulf States. In summer, this creates a hazy, very warm and humid scene for the Northeast. Now though, the warmth is slowly drained away as the moist mild air advances over cold ground. With temperatures near the saturation point, clouds form.
If each one of us lights an inner flame for just one thing- just one aspect of our lives we are thankful for, the warmth we create can light the world on Thanksgiving. The flame of warmth and love can burn so bright that no cold wind on earth can blow it out.