Yes, we are into the heart of tropical season, and for the next eight weeks, we should be busy with storm after storm.
1. Isaac should form in the Atlantic within the next 48 hours. The storm will track across the Caribbean and could become a hurricane as ti does so. Isaac could be a threat down the road for Florida or the eastern Gulf Coast, but we have plenty of time to see what happens.
2. The remains of Helene seem to be flaring up again along the Mexico coast. The front has become stalled in the Gulf of Mexico and with the high to the north, there is room for the system to spin up the next 48-60 hours. I would be concerned for heavy rains along the eastern Gulf Coast and northern Florida this week.
One of the concerns that I will convey once again is the risk for flooding in the East. It continues to get wet in the East with above-normal rainfall in many areas and it only takes one tropical system to come north and bring flooding. Not sure where that will happen yet.
A storm will bring another swath of moderate to heavy snow from Missouri to New England.
Snow today for areas of VA to NJ....Another storm this weekend could hit the Northeast hard.
Another snow event is on the way. The weekend storm looks like a big one for snow.
A widespread snow and ice event today into Monday. More on the way later this week.
Heavy snow and even thundersnow coming Northeast tonight. More ice and snow Sunday.
Damaging ice storm on the way for the lower Mississippi Valley. Another storm will bring more snow and ice problems this weekend.