Scattered showers and storms next couple of days...

>> Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Take a look at today's video... I look at our big upper air low impacting the region and take a look at what's ahead...

We will remain under the influence of the big upper air low today and tomorrow. A main feature of the upper air low is cold temperatures aloft, and that will lead to the development of scattered showers and storms, especially during the heating of the day.

The freezing levels aloft will be pretty low, so it should be relatively easy for storms to generate hail.

Much warmer weather will be with us Thursday and Friday, and then another cold front arrives by Saturday night.

Look for some shower and storm chances later Saturday, and then we will see another significant shot of chilly May air arrive for early next week.

It is possible some spots could see some 30s for lows by around Tuesday morning.


John Amberg 8:24 AM  

Matthew...on some of the long range WX forecasts for later next week, Wed-Sat 5/15-5/ appears the temps will rebound back up to the high 70's, maybe even low 80's. Is that what you are seeing?

Matthew East 5:35 AM  

Hi John...yeah, temps will rebound after the early-week cool down, but I don't anticipate any WAY above average temps....just closer to normal.

John Amberg 8:28 AM  

I'll take normal temps! Thanks. You do a good job. By the way we have made an ad buy for our blues festival on news 14.

Matthew East 8:36 AM  

Thanks, John! That's great.

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