Temp Anomalies for Sunday
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Thursday, 8:33 am
If it doesn't feel like fall for you yet, it will very soon. It's looking like our high temps will be below normal for about a week. With rain coming in on Saturday, we'll see a little bump up, but still below normal. The six images below are the high temperature anomalies through Wednesday, and as you can see, we will finally get a week of BELOW normal temps instead of above.
Thursday, 9:05 am
Blocking events are what helps to push the cold air south. And speaking of cold air, the very NW corner on NC and NE corner of TN could see a flake or two of snow. Fun times ahead! :-)
A striking amount of high-latitude Northern Hemisphere blocking is forecast over the next 4 weeks □— Ben Noll (@BenNollWeather) October 18, 2018
Persistent upper troughs in the vicinity of the Bering Sea and central-eastern U.S. [JMA weeklies] pic.twitter.com/YFU1hTmEOv
Saturdays cold front brings the 1st chance of snow in the mountains for the season. A short-lived northwest flow snow is likely Saturday night into early Sunday. Accumulations not likely or very light but snow showers are likely in the favored areas. #wncwx #snOMG pic.twitter.com/4j0YZeTlE3— Brad Panovich (@wxbrad) October 18, 2018
Thursday, 10:12 am
Thursday, 11:26 am
The evolution of a potentially significant storm system across the eastern US is now within the ECMWF Op long-range prognostication. Note the negatively tilted, digging trough and the vort max over the central Plains in the 10-12 day range. Maps: @RyanMaue | @weathermodels_ pic.twitter.com/xrdYRnLdnP— John Kassell (@JPKassell) October 18, 2018
Thursday, 12:13 pm
Animated GIF showing the 10 day temperature anomalies from the 00Z Euro operational run.
Thursday, 1:43 pm
Here's the Weekly Weather Briefing from the Atlanta NWS office.
Thursday, 2:48 pm
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