High winds and strong storms ahead

Good Friday to one and all. We are dealing with a windy and mild day as scattered showers and storms roll across the region. This won’t be all day type rains, but we will see the greatest concentration across the north and west.

Once into Saturday, things take a walk on the wild side.

Let’s begin with today and roll forward. Temps hit the low 60s for many on that strong southwest flow. Wind gusts may reach 40mph at times. A couple of showers and thunderstorms will also be noted. Here are your Thursday tracking toys…

The setup for Saturday continues to be ugly for millions of Americans. Our storm will have high winds and severe storms ahead of it and a snowstorm and ice storm behind it:

This future radar shows a line of storms working across the state from west to east Saturday into early Saturday evening:

High winds will be likely with this setup:

With or without thunderstorms,those winds can cause some issues on Saturday.

Let’s try to change it up, shall we? The models continue to show a major pattern realignment starting late next week through the following week. Watch all this on the European Ensembles:

The latest run of the GFS goes crazy with the cold. These are the low temps showing up:

Have a fantastic Friday and take care.

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