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Update on Temperature Debate and the Impending Storm
Update on Temperature Debate and the Impending Storm
April 24, 2014; 11:23 AM

The models continue to be different in their portrayal of temperatures this weekend, while they are all on board for a large, slow-moving storm this weekend and into next week that will generate heavy rain and severe weather.
Weekend Temperatures Issues Aside; Next Week Doesn't Look Promising
Weekend Temperatures Issues Aside; Next Week Doesn't Look Promising
April 23, 2014; 11:27 AM

Temperature battles will be fought from the Mississippi Valley to the mid-Atlantic this weekend. At the same time, a storm coming into California Saturday will eventually become a much larger and slow-moving system that suggests a lousy week of weather next week for a large part of the country.
A Tale of Two Fronts
A Tale of Two Fronts
April 22, 2014; 11:11 AM

Two cold fronts will travel from the northern Plains to the New England and mid-Atlantic states late this week and this weekend. The first front will bring a mild, Pacific air mass into the Ohio Valley, then the East, while the second front will eventually bring much cooler air through the northern Plains and Midwest into the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley, then the Northeast.
Differences Amongst the Models
Differences Amongst the Models
April 21, 2014; 10:49 AM

The various computer models are at odds this weekend to the strength of the cool press coming down from Canada into the Midwest, the Ohio Valley and the East. Much of it may be related to the strength of any downstream blocking that tries to form later this week in the vicinity of Greenland.
Generally Mellow Weather Easter Weekend, With Warmth Next Week
Generally Mellow Weather Easter Weekend, With Warmth Next Week
April 18, 2014; 10:29 AM

Aside from the flooding rain impacting parts of Florida, Alabama and Georgia into Saturday, most of the country will experience rather mellow weather for Easter Weekend. Warmer air will expand across the country next week.
Snow Chances Dwindling, but Still Some Chill to Deal With
Snow Chances Dwindling, but Still Some Chill to Deal With
April 17, 2014; 10:52 AM

Snow is ending in the Upper Midwest, and outside of the high ground of the Rockies and maybe the Sierra and the Cascades, snow chance are about over for most of the nation.
Cold Blast to Fade Quickly, but Warmth Won't Return Until Next Week
Cold Blast to Fade Quickly, but Warmth Won't Return Until Next Week
April 16, 2014; 11:07 AM

Record cold prevails in the East today. While the cold will quickly fade west of the Appalachians, it will be slower to modify east of the mountains, and in no place will it be warm east of the Mississippi through the Easter Weekend. However, much warmer air will start building on the Plains by early next week, and it should spread eastward later in the week.
Warm to Cold in a Snap
Warm to Cold in a Snap
April 14, 2014; 11:17 AM

Multiple Waves, but in the End, Cold Will Win Next Week
Multiple Waves, but in the End, Cold Will Win Next Week
April 11, 2014; 11:11 AM

Several waves of low pressure will challenge forecasters in the coming days and lead to potentially large busts in weather forecasts. In the end, though the warmth in the coming days will be replaced by a much colder air mass from west to east by the middle of next week.
A Nice Warmup Is Underway, but Another Cold Blast Lurks
A Nice Warmup Is Underway, but Another Cold Blast Lurks
April 10, 2014; 11:14 AM

It's getting warmer and looking and feeling more like spring across the country, but after this surge of warmth will come a blast of cold air from the past, one that can include snow from the northern and eastern Rockies to parts of the Great Lakes and even the northern Appalachians.

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