DAVE MURRAY’S LATEST FORECAST–THE WEEKEND..APRIL 27-28, 2013

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Dave Murray’s Latest STL forecast and weather disco…ForTHE WEEKEND…APRIL 27-28, 2013

*** ALL ABOUT A SLOW MOVING LOW PRESSURE THAT WILL KEEP HOLD ON OUR WEATHER FOR ABOUT 75% OF THE WEEKEND…WARMER NEXT WEEK…UNTIL WEDNESDAY…THEN ANOTHER COOL DOWN***

SATURDAY:

LOTS OF CLOUDS WITH PERIODS OF MAINLY LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS…COOL
WINDS: EAST 10-15 M.P.H.
HIGH: 60 DEGREES.

SATURDAY NIGHT:

LOTS OF CLOUDS AND COOL
WINDS: EAST 5-10 M.P.H.
LOW: 50 DEGREES.

SUNDAY:

MORNING CLOUDS–THEN TURNING PARTLY SUNNY FOR THE AFTERNOON…WARMER
WINDS: SOUTH 10-15 M.P.H.
HIGH: 69 DEGREES

THE WEATHER DISCO:

ITS ALL ABOUT A BOWLING BALL OF LOW PRESSURE HANGING AROUND THE BI-STATE REGION…THIS WILL BE VERY SLOW TO LEAVE…UNSETTLED SATURDAY…CLOUDS HANG TOUGH SATURDAY NIGHT…SUNDAY…THE MORNING IS CLOUDY THEN SOME SUN BREAKING OUT IN THE AFTERNOON…THAT WILL ALLOW TEMPERATURES TO RISE WELL INTO THE 60’S. BUT AS MENTIONED ABOVE…THIS SLOW LOW CONTROLS 75% OF OUR WEEKEND…ITS NOT A STRONG OR SEVERE WEATHER MAKER…JUST RAIN AND THE AMOUNT WILL BE ON THE LIGHT SIDE…A HALF INCH FOR MOST. NEXT WEEK…WARMER WITH MORE SUN…MONDAY-WEDNESDAY…SOME SCATTERED STORMS POPPING WEDNESDAY…THEN COLDER AIR RUSHES IN FOR LATE WEEK. A PRETTY IMPRESSIVE BATCH OF COLD AIR BUILDING IN CENTRAL CANADA AND WILL BE RELEASING OVER THE NATION…EAST OF THE ROCKIES…MAYBE OUR “BLACKBERRY WINTER” COMES A FEW DAYS EARLY THIS MAY. HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND.
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THE SUMMER FORECAST…THURSDAY NIGHT…MAY 9TH AT 9PM ON FOX 2…IT WILL BE POSTED HERE BY FRIDAY MORNING THE 10TH

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

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