Monday, July 30th, 2012 edition of the Cleveland Weather Examiner is available on Examiner.com. Partly sunny skies, warm temperatures, and a slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm, this afternoon and evening is the rule of the forecast. Find out in today's column what the weather pattern for the new weeks hold out, the detailed slideshow, and National Forecast from WeatherBug Video. http://www.examiner.com/article/partly-cloudy-skies-warm-and-chance-of-isolated-pm-storm-cleveland
Latest on Isaac. The models runs have pulled this N and a little further East, just about close to what "Irene and Lee" done. This is getting interesting as we are heading into the Weekend. The earliest landfall estimates say Saturday for the Southern Tip of Florida, however, I am still determined to believe this will shift a little further East keeping Isaac over the waters and hitting the Eastern Coast of Florida. We will continue to monitor this closely.
Updated map for the Storm System, models trending toward Euro/CMC/NAM solution more than less is cutting into some of the snowfall accumulations totals across the majority. The heaviest snow will be from North Central/West Central OH through most of Central IN (some areas locally could exceed 12+") and Central IL.- Dave.
First Call map indicating the possible trajectory of Low Pressure along with the snowfall accumulation outlook. Keep in mind, this could alter depending upon tonight's model runs to whether or not it will remain the same or shift to the North or South. Read about the details in my updated blog entry for Innovation Weather. http://www.bubblews.com/news/2581950-first-call-impending-winter-storm-system-heading-for-the-great-lakes-northeast-and-new-england-region-through-thursday-pm
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Monday's Synopsis and Forecast for the lower 48 states, Hawaii, and Alaska. You can follow us at Innovation Weather on Facebook at www.facebook.com/groups/innovationweather for all your updated needs. We are looking at a possible merger with Lightning Weather to expand our resources and provide even better forecasting, weather alerts, and a great looking website.
Severe Weather potential persisting for Wednesday though Halloween from the Great Lakes through the OH/MS/TN Valleys into the Central and Southern Plains. Damaging Winds in excess of 70 mph likely in thunderstorms, sustained winds will be from 30 gusting to 50 mph, hail up to 2.5 inches in diameter, few tornadoes possible, torrential rainfall from 2 up to 5 inches locally leading to serious flash flooding. Stay with NOAA Weather Radio and be on alert for the next 48 to 72 hours.
A pleasant Friday in store with plenty of sunshine, however, remaining quite chilly for this time of year. The weekend is showing signs of improvement with the temperatures, however, some precipitation is on the way. Find out all the details and in depth analysis on how warm and how much rainfall in today's edition of the Tuscarawas Weather Network. Dave and Joe. http://tuscweather.net/news/2014/11/a-rather-chilly-yet-pleasant-friday-in-store-weekend-warm-up-and-rain-showers-expected/
All the details and the breakdowns are in this afternoon's updated edition of the Innovation Weather blog presented by Lead Forecaster, David Saurer. We will be tracking it all throughout the weekend. Have a safe one.- Dave. http://www.bubblews.com/news/1863746-weekend-weather-update-flooding-concerns-heavy-rainfall-severe-weather-possible-ice-storm-and-winter-storm-analysis-from-lead-forecaster-of-iw-david-saurer