>> Friday, March 30, 2012
Here is today's edition of the video....give it a look...
Highs will warm into the 70s for many in the region today. A convectively-induced vort max is located over Louisiana this morning, and that should progress into the Carolinas this evening and tonight. The result will likely be a decent round of scattered showers and storms.
A cold front will move through tomorrow, and I will maintain a chance of at least a few showers or storms.
Sunday and Monday will be dry, and Monday looks quite warm with highs well into the 80s.
A storm system will then move through mid-week. Following that system, some cooler air will arrive for the second half of next week.
April pattern change?
See the video for more on this. The GFS develops a big-time trough later into the month across the eastern US. You knew that at some point the pattern would flip, and there are signs of that occurring as April unfolds.