Sandy is spinning through my neck of the woods this evening and will slowly drift north into Canada through Thursday. Gusty winds, showers, and mountain snow remains the main concern for the next few days. The storm moving into the West Coast now is the next one for us to deal with, starting this weekend over the southern Plains.
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A storm now in Texas will lead to severe weather and soaking downpours across the South through tomorrow. We may have a Yankee Screamer storm to deal with by Wednesday, but much of the South will be quiet next week.
While a surge of warmth is coming, so is more cold air. With the warmth comes the risk for severe weather to parts of the South.
Today, I'm answering a few questions about my polar vortex post from Saturday.
I have various geeky comments about the dreaded polar vortex for you today.
Cooler air is moving in for the weekend. After a brief warmup early next week, some seriously cold air is heading south starting at midweek.
The Pacific storm Vance is pumping moisture into a slow-moving Texas front, leading to lots of rain. Vance may contribute to a storm near the East Coast this weekend as colder air charges south again.