Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Relief From Cold Weather In Sight

There is relief from the unseasonably cold weather in sight, as the latest models are showing a warm up surfacing for much of the nation at the start of the upcoming work week.

The GFS Ensembles are showing temperature anomalies of up to 9 degrees above normal in spotty parts of the mountains out in the Rockies, with widespread 3-9 degree anomalies swarming over the general western half of the nation. This warm weather is reciprocated in the Southeast, where Gulf Coast cities like Biloxi and New Orleans may get in on temperatures up to 6 degrees above normal.

However, cities in the Northeast will not be as lucky. While coastal cities will receive a boost of a few degrees above normal, the central Great Lakes looks to stay a few degrees below normal thanks to the exiting cold shot.

Most of you should be able to put away the heavy jackets for a day or two and enjoy temperatures in the seasonable range.

Andrew

2 comments:

GregoryD said...

Afterwards, will we see majorly cold temps coming in?

Andrew said...

A little too far to tell.