Saturday, May 12, 2012


"Oh! What A Beautiful Morning!"
(for some)
- From the classic Rogers & Hammerstein musical, Oklahoma


The Promenade along Baltimore's Inner Harbor, by the FF Maryland Team
8:45 AM EDT 5/12/12 (Forecaster Mike N.) While sunshine and blue skies abound in the eastern U.S., the on-going deluge in Texas is showing that we have quite a weekend of opposites in progress. For your Saturday, we offer this Regional Roundup of our forecasters and their reports around the nation. Check back this evening for our next special feature, highlighting forecast zones where famous Amusement & Thrill Parks are located. Friday's plan was to "Go Coastal" with us, so Sunday's plan is to "Ride the Coasters" with us!

WILL TEXAS GET A BREAK? – The state has been very wet, cloudy, and stormy for a streak of days now, but things could be looking up for the weekend! On Saturday, scattered showers and storms may be lingering for the eastern portions of the state. This may bring some passing thunderstorms by the Houston or Dallas metros, but fortunately, much of the wet weather is moving out to the east. 

SOME SOGGY IN THE SOUTHEAST – Well, some from the southeast into the Central Plains may be wishing that Texas just keeps the rain, because rainfall, possibly heavy, will be moving into regions like the Foot's Forecast | Central Mississippi zone accompanied by some thunderstorms. Stay tuned to your local zones to see if there is a rainfall threat in your region.

SPRING-A-LINGS REJOICE! – This may be the most many can ask for across the edges of the country. Along the east coast from Miami to Maine as well as the western third of the country, sunshine will be the dominant feature on our Saturday. Stay tuned to your local zones for details on temperatures and how long the sunshine will last!

Wherever you go to have an Epic 2012 Summer, be sure to find the local weather from a trusted team in the zone you will be visiting! Have a wonderful weekend!

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