DAVE MURRAY’S LATEST FORECAST AND DISCO…UPDATE…THE WEEKEND…2/9-10, 2013

Posted on: 10:04 am, February 9, 2013, by

***NICE SNOWS IN THE NORTHEAST…STORM OF THE CENTURY…NO…BUT PUT IT HIGH ON THE LIST…GOOD THING ITS A WEEKEND…AND LESSONS LEANED FROM 1978….THE NEXT STORM SYSTEM ON THE CHAIN…LATE SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY…ALL LIQUID…ON THE WARM SIDE OF A CUTTER…COLDER EARLY AND MIDDLE NEXT WEEK***

SATURDAY:

MOSTLY…IF NOT ALL CLOUDY…CHILLY
WINDS: SOUTHEAST 10-15 M.P.H.
HIGH: 49 DEGREES

SATURDAY NIGHT:

MORE CLOUDS…RAIN DEVELOPING..MAINLY AFTER MIDNIGHT
WINDS: SOUTH 10-15 M.P.H.
LOW: 40 DEGREES.

SUNDAY:

PERIODS OF RAIN AND SOME STORMS…LIMITED IF ANY SEVERE WEATHER…WINDY AND MILD
WINDS: SOUTH 10-20 M.P.H.
HIGH: 58 DEGREES

COLDER…NEAR TO A LITTLE BELOW AVERAGE…MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

THE WEATHER DISCO:

MY SPRING FORECAST FOR ST. LOUIS WILL BE OUT THURSDAY…FEBRUARY 21ST…9:30 ON FOX 2.

GIVEN UP ON SEEING EVEN A LITTLE SUNSHINE…ATMSOPHERIC LOG-JAM…STORM EAST…STORM WEST….ITS A TALE OF TWO STORMS THIS WEEKEND…THE MASSIVE BLIZZRD IN THE NORTHEAST…MAKING THE EXIT…SATURDAY NIGHT…1 TO 3 FEET OF SNOW WITH HURRICANE FORCE WINDS…SNOW DRIFTS OF 10 TO 15 FEET…MAYBE THE WORST STORM SINCE 1978 AND 1962…THE GOOD NEWS…THE CORE SYSTEM IS A WEEKEND PLAYER…AND MOST TRANSPORTAION IS SHUT DOWN…LESSONS FROM 1978. THE OTHER STORM IS LIFTING OUT OF THE SOUTHWEST…ALSO A MONSTER…THIS WILL CUT TO OUR WEST AND NORTH…BUT WILL BRING BLIZZRAD CONDITIONS FROM THE ROCKIES, OVER THE CENTRAL AND NORTHERN PLAINS INTO THE UPPER MID-WEST…THE WEATHER MAPS ARE ALL ABOUT HARD CORE WINTER FROM COAST TO COAST…BUT WE GET LEFT OUT. THIS WESTERN STORM WILL BRING RAIN AND SOME STORMS OUR WAY…IN THE WARM SECTOR…LATE SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY. THERE IS A SYSTEM WORTH WATCHING FOR TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY…BUT NOW TRENDING TOO FAR SOUTH…AT THE MOMENT…LETS KEEP AN EYE ON THAT. HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND
CHECK OUT ALL THE MAPS BELOW: CLICK ON LINKS…THEY WILL GIVE YOU A GREAT OVERVIEW OF THE WEATHER

SURFACE MAP:

http://www.nws.noaa.gov/outlook_tab.php

NATIONAL RADAR:

http://www.weather.gov/radar

SEVERE WEATHER:

http://www.spc.noaa.gov

PROG MAPS:

http://www.aviationweather.gov/adds/progs

SNOW MAPS:

http://www.nohrsc.noaa.gov/nsa