Weather with Pat Pagano – Tuesday December 11, 2018

WEATHER TRIVIA:1985- PHOENIX GETS IT’S FIRST MEASURABLE SNOW SINCE 1939…… 1/10” OF AN INCH.  WEATHER CAST: BRIGHT, DRY, CHILLY WEATHER WILL HOLD THROUGH WEDNESDAY…WITH HIGHS IN LOWER 40S AND NIGHTS IN 20S. SKIES TREND TOWARD GREY FOR LATE WEEK WITH HIGHS IN 40S. SOME RAIN MAY SNEAK IN ON FRIDAY, OTHERWISE LOOKS LIKE THE WEEKEND WILL START OFF WINDY AND WET…NOT WHITE. THAT WEATHER BEING CAUSED BY A STORM MOVING OUT OF THE SOUTHERN PLAINS RIGHT UP THE APPALACHIANS. SUNDAY COULD BE BLUSTERY, WITH LEFTOVER SHOWERS. THE FORECAST TDY: SUNNY- 35-40 TONITE: CLEAR – LOWER 20S WED: PARTLY SUNNY – MID 30S WED.NITE: CLEAR – MID TEENS THURS: PARTLY CLOUDY – 35-40 FRI: INCREASING CLOUDS – 45-50

Still Quiet On The Weather Front12/11/20180 Comments Our satellite/radar picture shows left over moisture over N. Carolina….next system gathering moisture over the Rockies. That will become a big storm – similar to last weekend…but reaching further north to Northeast with rain by weekend.  Below – snowfall predictions for next 5 days…followed by rainfall predictions thru Sunday.Below- animated maps for the next 2 days followed by high temperatures for Wednesday.  Be safe.

Below- animated maps for the next 2 days 

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Weather with Pat Pagano – Tuesday December 11, 2018
Weather With Pat Pagano

 
 
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