Sunday, April 3, 2011

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"The Rainbow Connection"
Kermit The Frog, The Muppet Movie, 1979

Sunday, 4/3 8 PM EDT

TORNADO WATCHES IN IOWA, ILLINOIS, AND WISCONSIN
UNTIL 12 AM CDT

FIRE WARNINGS, OKLAHOMA/KANSAS WITH EVACUATIONS

FIRE WARNINGS, NEW MEXICO WITH EVACUATIONS


A quick look at the National Hazards Map to the left will show a multitude of colors to indicate the wide spectrum of weather events today.

By this afternoon, a new version of the “Water Train” will hit the Pacific Northwest, bringing rain to the Coastal area, and perhaps heavy snow to the Mountains. This system will continue on into the Northern Rockies. Precip will move into the Central Rockies, Great Basin and High Plains by tonight.


The Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast will see precipitation later on Sunday into Monday as a system moves from the Plains, bringing showers and thunderstorms, with snow and sleet to the North. The precipitation will extend into the South by tomorrow morning, with the possibility of severe weather in places.


There will be snowfall today in the Upper Mid-West, and tomorrow in New England.

There are extremely dangerous Fire Situations in areas of the South, The Mid-West, The Plains, and The Southwest.

Advisor Lear

Saturday, April 2, 2011

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No Foolin' around again today...

Saturday, 4/2/2011, 4PM EDT

As one batch of moisture departs the Pacific Northwest, another wave will come ashore by the end of the weekend bringing more rain to the lowlands, and more snow to the mountains. By tonight, the first system will be dumping snow across the Northern Border States. Sunday will see snow into Rockies and stretch as far as the Great Lakes. Severe storms could break out in the Heartlands.

Monday will see rain from the Southlands, up the Mississippi and Ohio River Valleys. The moisture will bring snow to New England. The Deep South may have some Severe Weather Events on Monday.

The Northeast currently shows no Watches or Warnings, save Coastal Small Craft and Gale Postings, while the Mid-Atlantic and the Southeast have High Wind/Elevated Fire Advisories.

Vast expanses of the West are under either Red Flag Warnings or Extreme Fire Danger Statements.


Advisor Lear

Friday, April 1, 2011

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SPRING IS FINALLY HERE!!

April Fools

Friday, 4/1/2011 9:15 AM EDT


The Water Train continues its journey from The Pacific through the Pacific Northwest and into The Rockies, bringing more rain and snow. Right behind it is another yet another storm to add even more precipitation from the PNW into The Upper Plains by tomorrow night.

Heavy snow continues in the Northeast until tomorrow morning, bringing an additional 6 to 12 inches of new snowfall in some places, rain in others.

Another Low over the Mid-West will bring precip to an area stretching from the Great Lakes through the Mississippi/Ohio River Valleys to the Mid-Atlantic this weekend.

Vast areas of the country have Fire Dangers posted, while many areas have flooding as an ongoing condition.


Advisor Lear