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Dave murray’s latest stl forecast and weather disco:

***a fast clipper with some wet pulls out saturday morning…But overall a chilly weekend…Especially saturday…More showers on monday***

***time chage weekend on the way…Set clocks back one hours before …Going to bed saturday night…Time to fall back!***


Morning clouds and showers…Then only slow clearing for the afternoon…A chilly to cold day
Winds: north 5-10 m.P.H.
High: 50 degrees

Saturday night:

Partly cloudy and cold
Winds: north 5-10 m.P.H.
Low: 35 degrees


Partly sunny and chilly.
Winds: northwest 5-15 m.P.H.
High: 55 degrees

Clouds and showers late, late sunday night and into monday…Limited rain…Election day looks fine

The weather disco:

We are in a fast and active northwest flow…The alberta clipper flow…We start the weekend with a fast low pressure…Showers end saturday morning…But clearing will be slow in the afternoon…Inturn its a chilly to cold day. Sunday looks okay..Then the next clipper type system arrives late, late sunday night and monday with clouds and some showers.(this would be exciting if it was mid december snow bunnies…But its early november). Chilly days and cold nights in place tuesday, wednesday and thursday..Then signs of a fast and rather impressive warm up friday and next weekend…A surge above average and all signs continue to point to the shot at some strong thudnerstorms around the 10th or 11th…Next weekend…Something on the table and somehting to watch. After that some more chilly to cold weather. The other point of interest…Another large storm system will be pulling together for the mid-atlantic and northeast states around the 7th and 8th…Wind, rain and big snows…Not a hurricane…But a strong nor-easter…Also something to watch…What a mess in that part of the nation

***my winter forecast will be out thursday night–november 15th at 9:30pm…On the web later that night***

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

Surface map:


National radar:


Severe weather:


Prog maps:


Snow maps:


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