A Look At Next Week’s US Cold Blast

Written by on October 18, 2013 in United States of America with 0 Comments

Quick update on next week’s cold surge, Of course it’s turned chilly over the Plains and Midwest now with the first sub-freezing temps this morning all the way to Texas but in stark contrast, it’s warm up and down the East Coast where it may it into the mid and upper 70s from DC to NYC.

This week’s chill is nothing compared to what’s dropping out of Canada mid to late next week. Below are the GFS 850 temps.

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How cold at ground level? The models suggest 3os all the way to the Florida panhandle.

Here’s the GFS surface temps Thursday morning in the Southeast.

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As for snow, the GFS is adamant at bringing the Upper Midwest it’s first significant snow.

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Even areas downwind of the Great Lakes see snow, likely due to cold northwest winds, blowing over still warm waters. This could present a very fast lake-effect snow season.

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With, typhoon Francisco set to landfall on Japan mid next week, so you’d expect more cold to follow next week’s shot.

Here’s the CFSv2 temps over the next 2 weeks

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More tomorrow.

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