DAVE MURRAY’S LATEST FORECAST AND DISCO…FRIDAY…FEBRUARY 7, 2014

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Dave Murray’s latest stl forecast and weather disco…For Friday…February 7, 2014

*** More cold times for Friday and over the weekend and lets toss in the bulk of next week. A little light snow and snow flurries late night Friday night into Saturday…it does not look like much***

Friday:

Partly sunny…more big cold for this time of year
Winds: Southeast 10-15 m.p.h.
High: 19 degrees.

Friday night:

More clouds with some light snow and flurries after midnight
Winds: Southeast 5-10 m.p.h.
Low: 15 degrees.

Saturday:

Clouds with some light snow and flurries…maybe a dusting in spots…not a big deal…slightly better temps…but still cold
Winds: South 10-15 m.p.h.
High: 29 degrees

More cold weather on tap Sunday and into next week…no big storms

THE WEATHER DISCO:

The arctic high pressure doing its thing…sliding to the east on Friday…that is why winds will turn to the southeast mid to late afternoon…also starting to see signs of a split flow developing in the jet…looking coast to coast…an active northwest flow…the core staying to our north and an active southern stream…with the core action stays to our south. However this active southern stream will finally bring rain and mountain snows to the western states…helping with the intense drought. For us we are left in a bit of a no-man’s land with little impulses of energy passing by from time to time…sometimes from the north and sometimes from the south…each impulse will try to pop a little light snow and flurri action. the first wave coming by after midnight Friday night into Saturday morning…maybe a dusting in spots…just not looking like a big deal…another impluse late Saturday night…nothing much and another into next week…but again the core energy holding north or south…cold remains king.

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National radar:

Www.Weather.Gov/radar

Severe weather:

Www.Spc.Noaa.Gov

Prog maps:

Www.Aviationweather.Gov/adds/progs

Snow maps:

Www.Nohrsc.Noaa.Gov/nsa