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Good evening everyone!
Since I am pressed for time this evening, this will be a short update to give you a general idea what to expect over the next 72-96 hours. I will try to have more of an update sometime on Tuesday.
The SPC did designate a small MARGINAL risk area for a portion of central LA. The DAY 1 graphic is linked to the SPC Outlook.
Elsewhere, the SPC dose not indicate any severe weather threat during the next 5-7 days.
Analysis of the global models indicates a series of 2 more low pressure systems will develop over the central portion of the U.S., intensify, and move toward the NNE to over the northern Rockies and western Great Lakes region during the next 48-72 hours. It appears snowfall accumulations over the next 84 hours will pretty much resemble that last set of snowfall accumulation maps I posted. Models are in agreement on these low pressure areas, however I am only posting the GFS, in order to save room on the page.
With the passage of the final low, minimum temperatures of near freezing, to below freezing will work their way a little further to the east, and are projected as follows.
The following graphics are linked for current information
Have a blessed day!
T. F. “STORM” WALSH III
GMCS, USCG (ret)
METEOROLOGIST / HURRICANE SPECIALIST /SEVERE WEATHER SPECIALIST
MEMBER WEST CENTRAL FLORIDA AMS