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DAVE MURRAYS LATEST FORECAST AND DISCO…TUESDAY…JANAURY 6, 2015

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Dave Murray’s Latest STL forecast and weather disco…TUESDAY…January 6, 2015:

***Impressive cold and wind in play for the next several days and nights…some flurries around town tonight…but the big features…the wind and cold…severe/damagerous cold on tap…the coldest Wednesday and Wednesday night into Thursday morning***

TUESDAY:

Partly sunny…windy and cold…dropping temps all afternoon
WINDS: Northwest 15-25 M.P.H.
HIGH: 29 degrees…teens by afternoon

TUESDAY NIGHT:

Clouds with snow flurries and very windy
WINDS: Northwest 15-30 M.P.H.
LOW: 8 DEGREES.

WEDNESDAY:

Partly sunny, windy and bitter cold
WINDS: Northwest 15-30 M.P.H.
HIGH: 10 DEGREES

Wednesday night and Thursday…the coldest…the city goes down to zero…most will be below zero

THE WEATHER DISCO:

It is all about the northwest flow this week… it is a clipper flow that is allowing the building arctic cold of December to release… release big time. The coldest weather…by far this winter season is on the way…with the motherload digging in Wednesday, Wednesday night and Thursday morning. Highs Wednesday holding in the single numbers and near zero Wednesday night into Thursday morning…lots of folks away from the urban heat island fall below zero. This big cold does two things… allows Alberta clippers to be rather active…but the track trend is to the north…with each one sending cold fronts through with some light snow and flurries. The other thing…is to drive the southern storm track well to the south…a major concern in my January forecast. So it is more about dry cold than anything else this week… but as mentioned above… the trend may be toward more cold/snow surges this weekend(looks minor) then into the following week…so hang tough snow bunnies… there are miles to go in this winter.

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