The weather this week will really be tame compared to the last four weeks. The NAO is now running positive, but should go negative by late in the weekend. That means blocking is coming back, but not strong blocking at that. The result will be a storm developing along the coast by Sunday.
From what I see on the models, it does not appear that we are looking at a big storm developing, but one that could bring rain back to the disaster zones after many days of dry weather. That's right, after the front goes through Tuesday, the weather should be dry for at least five days.
A storm will move out of the Rockies this weekend and move east. It will produce a band of heavy rains.
The High Plains will remain active with severe storms today.
A cold front moving across the Northeast will produce severe storms. The High Plains will also have severe storms and maybe tornadoes.
The bulk of the severe storms will stay on the High Plains today and Tuesday.
Severe weather will hit the Upper Midwest and southern Canada. It could be a tornado day!
Another big day for severe weather. Damaging winds and even a few tornadoes possible today.