OUR WEATHER PATTERN IS MORE SYMBOLIC OF EARLY MARCH …SO TRY TO THINK OF IT AS THAT. NOW…WE CAN SET THE STAGE FOR ANOTHER COLD FRONT WHICH WILL BRING MILDER AIR AHEAD OF IT ALONG WITH RAIN AND EVEN A T-STORM THRU WEDNESDAY.
COLDER WEATHER RETURNS IN STAGES FROM LATE WEEK TO THE WEEKEND…AND
WE MAY HAVE TO WATCH ANOTHER SYSTEM AS THIS HAPPENS. IN ADDITION, THE
DAYS LEADING UP TO THE 15TH MAY BE MORE TAXING THAN YOU THINK.
FOR NOW…LET A SMILE BE YOUR UMBRELLA.
1974 – MIDWEST – SUPER TORNADO OUTBREAK – 148 TWISTERS IN 24 HOURS.
TODAY: CLOUDY- AFTERNOON RAIN – MID 40S
TNTE: RAIN AND FOG – 40S AND RISING
WED: GUSTY WINDS AND MILD WITH SHOWERS AND CHANCE OF A THUNDERSTORM – LOWER 60S
THURS: SUNNY TO PARTLY CLOUDY AND BREEZY – 45-50
Unusual weather pattern will continue with cold air from time to time and waves of storms that will produce anything from wintry mix to severe thunderstorms. Severe outbreak possible today in Ohio Valley and south.
Snow in Northern Plains. Below – today’s risk of severe weather…followed by today’s wind chill effects.
Below – animated maps for the next 2 days.