DAVE MURRAY’S LATEST FORECAST AND DISCO–THURSDAY

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Dave murray’s latest stl forecast and weather disco:

***still mild on thursday…Cold front rolls in early thursday evening…Gusty winds and a sharp temperature drop…Much colder thursday night, friday and the weekend…House plants in…Now***

Thursday:

Some sun…More and more clouds take over…Windy and mild
Winds: south 15-25 m.P.H.
High: 80 degrees

Thursday night:

Clouds, windy and a fast drop in temperature with showers and a few spot storms
Winds: west 15-30 m.P.H.
Low: 44 degrees

Friday:

Clouds, windy with light rain showers…Limited rain…Much colder
Winds: north 15-25 m.P.H.
High: 55 degrees

Cold weather in place for the weekend…Near freezing temps each night

The weather disco:

The action continues on the weather maps and in the atmsophere…We have a new tropical system in the caribbean…Hurricane sandy…This is one mean storm system…Hitting jamaica yesterday…Eastern cuba thursday and florida and the bahama’s friday…A late season system and this will blow up into a monster hugging the east coast…Still lots of solutions out there…One hugging the coast and turning in toward new york city and long island…If that happens…It will be an amazing storm…That will include monster snows for the inland northeast and new england…That would be around halloween…Next week. Still lots of time to play out…For us…The cold front is right on track…Passing by late thursday/thursday evening…Clouds..Some rain…Maybe a thunderstorm and a big wind shift to the west/northwest…And a fast and impressive temperature drop thursday evening…20 plus degrees in a few hours…Down into the low to mid 40’s by friday morning…Quiet and cold…Day and night over the weekend…Night time temps near freezing.
How does the hurricane along the east coast affect our weather…Tough to say this far out but it will stop all west to east motion…Just a question what we stop with…But it should be quiet and chilly as the focus turns toward sandy.

Check out all the maps below: click on links…They will give you a great overview of the weather

Surface map:

Www.Nws.Noaa.Gov/outlook_tab.Php

National radar:

Www.Weather.Gov/radar

Severe weather:

Www.Spc.Noaa.Gov

Prog maps:

Www.Aviationweather.Gov/adds/progs

Snow maps:

Www.Nohrsc.Noaa.Gov/nsa