N.J. weather update: Memorial Day weekend forecast starts strong before storms
While Memorial Day weekend isn’t expected to be a weather washout, a cold front could bring some heavy rain and considerable cloudiness
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via N.J. weather update: Memorial Day weekend forecast starts strong before storms February 12, 2019 at 06:32AM
Rain chances rising: Wednesday brings a slim chance of a few widely scattered afternoon and evening showers (isolated storms possible, just not very likely). The rain chance? Only 20% for Wednesday. It climbs to 70% on Thursday and 60% on Friday. A wave of showers and storms moves into Northwest Alabama Thursday afternoon around 1-2 […]
Rally Argentina is about rough gravel roads, water splashes and possibly even fog. For this year the route remains almost unchanged from last year, but let’s see how the stages are like in detail.
Is it possible? Do you even want to know? Let’s very calmly ponder this a bit. Since the weather is still fantastically hot and humid if that is what you come here for, (I am hiding inside with A/C), and there are no storms to talk about currently and this blog has mostly been about […]
The Brazos River in Richmond is currently at Gage Elevation 27.33 feet (Action Stage and falling). As many have noticed, we continued to see the Forecast drop as the Brazos River peaked at Gage Elevation 29.91 on Thursday afternoon. We continue to fall; however, depending on the rainfall received on Saturday, we could see the […]
Meteorologist Myles Henderson’s First Warning Forecast Tracking another round of storms… Scattered showers and storms will gradually taper off this evening with temperatures in the 60s and low 70s. Expect mostly cloudy skies tonight with a few scattered showers possible. Lows will only drop to the mid 60s overnight. Sunday will start with mostly cloudy […]
A new tropical cyclone forming in the Indian Ocean looks set to strike the Comoros, Mozambique and Tanzania this week, just over a month after Cyclone Idai devastated parts of southeastern Africa. The storm, which the French meteorological agency calls Tropical Cyclone Kenneth, was about 200 kilometers north of Madagascar Tuesday and heading toward […]
Storms possible in Saskatoon and Regina’s weather forecast heading into a roller coaster Easter long weekend.
NBC now predicting cat 4 strength tonight. Moving over area of “bathwater” warm Gulf. Weather Channel: Michael has intensified to a Category 3 major hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico. Hurricane Michael is expected to make landfall along the Florida Panhandle Gulf coast Wednesday. Michael is forecast to strengthen to a Category 4 hurricane prior […]
Overall, Labor Day weekend is looking pretty decent for most folks. We’ll see variable cloudiness Saturday, with just a slight chance of a few late afternoon/evening storms, mostly north of Richmond. Same story Sunday, though less of a chance of storms, then mostly sunny and warmer on Monday with highs in the low 90s. High […]
The National Weather Service has called Hurricane Florence a “storm of a lifetime.” The hyperbole in storm-related jargon can get overdramatic at times, but the evidence points to a shitstorm for the coastal Carolinas. Florence hit Category 2 hurricane strength with maximum sustained winds of 110 mph on Wednesday evening, according to Accuweather. As CNN meteorologist Brandon […]