January 26, 2021

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Dry Friday Through Sunday Appalachians Storm Brings Soaking Rain Monday

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Dry Friday Through Sunday Appalachians Storm Brings Soaking Rain Monday

 

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Dry Friday Through Sunday Appalachians Storm Brings Soaking Rain Monday

After a warm Thanksgiving afternoon we are settling down into a quiet weekend of weather. Temperatures will be taking a stair step decline approach over the next few days. Looking at the satellite picture this morning we do have some patchy clouds around so that puts us in partly sunny mode for today. Highs will be in the upper 50s and lower 60s. Radars are quiet and we don’t expect any rain probably through Sunday night.

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Temperatures overnight will bottom in the mid 30s to lower 40s with no worse than just some overnight clouds. Saturday we will take it down a notch temperature wise and morning clouds will give way to sunny skies. Highs will be in the mid to upper 50s. A weak cold front passes with little consequence.

We will squeeze out one more decent day Sunday with sunshine giving way to some arriving high clouds. Highs will be in the low to mid 50s. Then attention turns to low pressure coming out of the Western Gulf States that will turn northward up the Appalachians on Monday. This brings a soaking rain here developing from south to north Monday morning and then ending from south to north Monday late afternoon and evening. This looks to be a half inch to an inch rain producer. The low tracks to the west and thanks to developing blocks on either side, the weather looks rather unsettled for much of next week.

We are undergoing a big pattern change across North America thanks to something we haven’t seen in quite awhile and that is a blocky pattern. The upper flow splits in the western US. We have models pointing to a deep trough from the Aleutians to Hawaii and that points to a deep trough in the Eastern US.

What is interesting here is that for the first time in what seems like ages, we have a polar connection setting up over the coming weeks complete with cold air coming down from Northern Canada and into the Eastern US. I have been supporting the idea of an opportunity for some winter weather in the long range and that an opportunity for snow will show itself in due course during December. Nothing I’ve seen changes my mind on this idea.

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