DAVE MURRAYS LATEST FORECAST AND DISCO…FRIDAY…FEBRUARY 13, 2015

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Dave Murray’s Latest STL forecast and weather disco…FRIDAY…February 13, 2015:

*** Happy Friday the 13th…Not as cold today…but it is still cold to be out and about…below average temperatures…even colder weather on tap for the weekend…wind and flurries…a shot at some light snow Monday and Tuesday…stay tune.***

FRIDAY:

Partly sunny…not as cold…but still a cold day
WINDS: South 5-15 M.P.H.
HIGH: 39 DEGREES.

FRIDAY NIGHT:

Some Clouds and cold…a few flurries late, late night
WINDS: South to Northwest 5-15 M.P.H.
LOW: 25 DEGREES

SATURDAY:

Mostly cloudy, windy and cold…dropping temperatures..some snow flurries
WINDS: Northwest 15-35 M.P.H.
HIGH: 25 DEGREES…early then dropping all day

Sunday…mostly cloudy with snow flurries and very cold 20 at best for the high…intense Feb. cold

THE WEATHER DISCO:

All about the northwest flow and in that flow a few little impulses of energy will be dropping down over the region…with the strongest being a cold front late, late Friday night…early Saturday morning…bringing strong and gusty winds and dropping temperatures and some wind driven snow flurries… big time cold all weekend long. Still some flurries around Saturday night and Sunday…Sunday very, very cold. On to Monday and Tuesday…a system is still on the table…but still big questions…so not worth talking about amounts… however… the key to this developing system will be the position of the arctic high… an old rule of thumb that has served me well over the years… forecast the high and you will know what the low pressure will do… but since the systems are not even on the maps yet… the questions and wild outlooks are all over the place. Never forget… models are only a guidence not a forecast… if you live by the models…you will die by the models. Grasshopper you will grow from here. So we give it time…with that said… my concerns the arctic high will be too strong with a very dry air mass and push any developing to the south… keeping the core moisture away… not all of it but the core….the cold weather hangs well into next week.

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