Weather with Pat Pagano – Friday December 14, 2018

WEATHER TRIVIA:1959 – HEAVY SNOW WITH 12 FOOT DRIFTS IN PARTS OF NEW MEXICO. WEATHER-CAST: A STORM MOVING OUT OF TEXAS WILL HEAD FOR THE TENNESSEE VALLEY AND SPREAD MOISTURE UP THE EAST COAST BEGINNING TONIGHT AND INTO THE WEEKEND. THIS MOISTURE WILL BE IN THE FORM OF RAIN FOR EVERYONE. HOW MUCH RAIN WE GET DEPENDS ON THE NATURE OF THIS STORM….WHICH IS EXPECTED TO SPLIT INTO TWO. THIS MAY RESULT IN THE HEAVIEST RAIN STAYING OVER THE MID ATLANTIC AND ONLY SOME LIGHT RAIN FOR SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND. IN ANY EVENT…THE DOUBLE STORM PERSONALITY WILL LIKELY KEEP WET WEATHER AROUND SUNDAY AND INTO MONDAY. LOOK AT THIS WAY…WE DON’T HAVE TO SHOVEL RAIN. THE FORECAST TDY: CLOUDY- SPOTTY DRIZZLE  – 40-45 TNTE: CLOUDY- SOME DRIZZLE – 40 SAT: CLOUDY- SPOTTY DRIZZLE – MID 40S SUN: CLOUDY- SOME RAIN & SLEET – MID 30S MON: CLOUDY- RAIN A/O SNOWSHOWERS – 35-40 

Weather with Pat Pagano – Friday December 14, 2018

 
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