DAVE MURRAYS LATEST FORECAST AND WEATHER DISCO…TUESDAY…OCTOBER 28, 2014

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Dave Murray’s Latest STL forecast and weather disco…TUESDAY…October 28, 2014

*** A cold front doing the trick on temperatures…getting us back to where we should be this time of year…colder late week…a shot at the first freeze of the season late Friday night into Saturday morning***

TUESDAY:

Early showers then windy with clearing skies…cooler
WINDS: West 10-25 M.P.H.
HIGH: 68 degrees

TUESDAY NIGHT:

Clear skies and cold
WINDS: West 5-10 M.P.H.
LOW: 42 DEGREES.

WEDNESDAY:

Lots of sunshine and a chilly day…light wind
WINDS: Northeast 5-10 M.P.H.
HIGH: 59 DEGREES

** The peak at Halloween Friday…Chilly and dry…no rain and no storms…that will be different***

THE WEATHER DISCO:

Time to say goodby to the summer weather and back with Fall the rest of the week…thanks to the stronger cold front…this is a piece of what is left over from Hurricane Ana in the Pacific…in fact that energy may blow up into a massive east coast storm later in the week…really interesting to what how global weather pattern affect our weather… and really shows the scope of putting a forecast together.remember–I put this system on the table for us…early last week. Canidian high pressure takes over for Tuesday and Wednesday…more like Fall should be…a little clipper rolls by Thursday…a slight bump-up in temperature…maybe a sprinkle…then colder weather for Friday and Saturday…Halloween is chilly and dry…a shot at the first frost and freeze late Friday night into Saturday morning…a little warmer Sunday and Monday…So cooler and in time colder the rest of the week…but this is not the end of mild weather…more see-saw readings on the way.

Working on my winter forecast…it will be out Thursday…November 20th..there has been a lot of chatter about the winter…but I hold off because weather patterns in October and early November give great clues to the winter season.

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