>Heat Continues From Central Plains To Interior East, Storms Fire Over TN/OH Valley

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Frontal Rain Band Sweeps Across Ireland, UK Over The Next 24 Hrs, Turning Fresher, More Unsettled

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Heat Continues From Central Plains To Interior East, Storms Fire Over TN/OH Valley

MAJOR CALIFORNIA STORM!

California is set for a major blast of winter over the next 48 hours as a powerful system dives down from the Gulf of Alaska. Expect several inches of rain, low level snows which blanket all major mountain passes linking CA-NV, including those in SOCAL, FEET of snow will fall in the Sierra. Also expect powerful, damaging winds and cold temps.

MAJOR HEAT SURGING NORTH!

While the powerful storm pushes down with it’s wild weather and carves out a deep trough, so the blowtorch roars up through the Plains. I am forecasting 90s in South Dakota, 80s all the way to central North Dakota this weekend!!

Dense, cold ocean air floods same areas of the I-95 corridor which were in the 70s yesterday! DC now in the 80s and south of backdoor front.

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Yesterday exceptional warmth!

Strong Storms Target Ohio, Mid-Mississippi Valleys
ACCUWEATHER.COM

Higher Dewpoints In Oklahoma Could Lead To Severe Storms Later
FIRSTHANDWEATHER

Pneumonia and Backdoor Fronts This Week
ACCUWEATHER.COM

Record Warmth Looks to Have Staying Power
ACCUWEATHER.COM

Wild Wild West Weekend Storm
ACCUWEATHER.COM

Europe Latest

Frontal Rain Band Sweeps Across Ireland, UK Over The Next 24 Hrs, Turning Fresher, More Unsettled

Gravesend, Kent tops 18.7C to herald warmest day of 2012 so far!

After seemingly days of dissapointing cloud, mist, drizzle and fog for the majority and some sunshine for a lucky few, the pattern is set to change quite a bit over the coming 26-48 hours as a cold front swings in off the Atlantic bringing with it rain, some of which heavy across Ireland tonight, then Scotland tomorrow and much of England by this time tomorrow in early Saturday. The problem is, there is likely to be much less rain by the time it reaches London and the SE. READ MORE!

Australia Latest

Tropical Cyclone Lua May Become Category 4 storm

Tropical Cyclone Lua gathers strength
BBC

THE EXTREMES OF THE DAY

TODAY’S US EXTREMES
COURTESY OF ACCUWEATHER

HIGH: 90° at Gila Bend, AZ
LOW: 9° at Alamosa, CO

TODAY’S UK EXTREMES
COURTESY OF THE MET OFFICE

HIGH: 66° (19°C) at Gravesend (Kent)
LOW: 24° (-4.2°C) at Ravensworth (N. Yorkshire)

TODAY’S EXTREMES HERE AT MY HOUSE

HIGH: 51°
LOW: 35°

Thanks for reading.
-Mark

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