US Outlook: Active Pattern Through Next Week, Cool Look To May!

Written by on April 26, 2014 in United States of America with 0 Comments

It’s a busy weekend of weather with rain, thunderstorms over California which spreads east later Saturday and Sunday. Those storms turn severe east of the Rockies where conditions become more and more conducive for tornadic supercells.

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The deep upper trough swings into the 4 corners and as it does, it pulls plenty of heat northward over the Plains with 90s spreading up into Kansas, 100s in S Texas. See video for details on the severe weather this weekend.

LOTS of rain next 72 hrs.


With blocking high over the Atlantic, the storm system basically gets stuck over the Plains and Ohio Valley through much of next week.

Here’s the upper chart all the way out to next Thursday.

Source: AccuWeather Pro

Source: AccuWeather Pro

Forgot to show you the CFSv2 temps for May in last night’s post. Continues with the chilly theme. NAO and AO is negative while PNA is positive and with the MJO is a favourable cool phase, everything points to a below normal May from the eastern plains to Atlantic.


No post tomorrow but full update again Sunday!

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