Tuesday, May 15, 2012


A Donut Of Bad Weather?
If you like rain, then it is a sweet deal all the way around.

8:30 AM EDT 5/15/12 (Forecaster Mike) Well in the case of today's weather around the U.S., we are looking at wetter conditions around the edge of the country, with a sweet sunny jelly filling in the middle and some leaking out the left side (in the West!)


RAINY EAST CONTINUES - The band of heaviest rain will shift northeastward of Tuesday, which could bring some hefty rain amounts to areas like the Foot's Forecast | Northeast Pennsylvania zone. Showers and thunderstorms will be possible all the way up from south Florida along I-95 and into Maine. Some areas of course will have heavier rain than others, for example, only some scattered thunderstorms are likely around the Foot's Forecast | Metro Atlanta & North Georgia zone. The Texas rain threat will continue, and on Wednesday stretch from south central Texas then carrying over some pop-up showers and storms along the Gulf Coast, making up the southern fringe of the wet weather. 


NORTHERN THREAT ? - A weak front diving down really won't be bringing all that much precipitation with it, but areas like the Southeast Wisconsin Zone (http://www.facebook.com/ffsoutheastwisconsin) may have to be on the lookout for some scattered thunderstorms, which the Storm Prediction Center gives a slight chance of becoming severe. Stay tuned to the local zones for more details! 

JELLY IN THE MIDDLE ! - Look for a beautiful day across the middle of the country, and stretching into the west! Areas like theFoot's Forecast | Central Mississippi zone will finally enjoy more sunshine and temperatures in the 80s, although a few flare up storms are possible around the southern portions of the region. Nice sunshine will stretch all the way to the Pacific, although look for baking temperatures to continue across portions of the southwest. Have a wonderful Tuesday!

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