Tropical Storm Sandy will affect the area tonight
Emily is now just a disorganized area of showers and thunderstorms. It may try to get reorganized over or near the Bahamas this weekend, but its threat to the U.S. coastline is minimal.
Emily is now a rather disjointed area of squalls and thunderstorms, and although it may try to reorganize this weekend, the threat to the U.S. coastline looks minimal.
Tropical Storm Emily continues to move generally westward, skirting along just south of Hispaniola. Computer models have been indicating a turn to the northwest, but that has not yet happened.
Tropical Storm Emily continues to chug on to the west-northwest. The storm hasn't changed in strength much at all over the past 24 hours, and it's about to encounter Hispaniola.
A low pressure area along the Middle Atlantic coast today will intensify tonight and head for the New England coast tomorrow, bringing, wind, rain and snow.
Snow is falling in parts of Ohio and western Pennsylvania now, and the storm responsible will be intensifying along the East Coast in another 24 hours.
What drives weathermen - and weatherwomen - wild is when we know there is potential for a big storm - and computer models just don't even come close to agreeing about what's going to happen.
It snowed today in parts of northern North Carolina and southern Viriginia, and it could do so again Wednesday. Another storm could bring snow to the Northeast for a real April Fools' trick.
One storm exits off the coast of New England, but another storm comes onto the Pacific Coast as our wild spring weather pattern continues.