We are going into a cold weather pattern across the eastern part of the country that will probably last well into November per the CFS model. The ECMWF weeklies disagree with that, in fact, the ECMWF monthlies show the core of the cold weather staying into the northern Rockies and northern Plains with warmth over much of the East. It's been that way for a while now that the two models are at opposite ends of the spectrum in regards to the winter weather. The CFS says cold weather winter into the East and the ECMWF says warm in the East. I am leaning toward a compromise between the CFS and ECMWF models with the cold weather staying in the northern Plains with normal temperatures elsewhere across the country. As for snow, just not sure yet where the core of the heaviest snows will fall.
In the near term, we have a quick shot of snow for Denver and another show of snow for the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Sunday night into Monday.
Track of tropical system critical for development, but South Florida could be threatened first.
A new tropical system may be a threat to southern Florida late in the weekend and early next week.
The tropics will produce a storm that could impact the United States coast.
A cold front will be led by severe storms all the way to the Northeast this weekend. Tropics could produce a big storm.
A cold front coming east will produce several days of several weather. Tropics could get active next week as a big high comes down.
A cold front that will bring a change to nicer weather will also produce severe storms in the Plains first Thursday and Friday then eventually in the East this weekend.