HelpFirst Time Visitor Help
USA ▼Hobbies ▼North America ▼World ▼Summer ▼Other ▼

Today Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday More ►►
Edit My Locations ▼


Latest weather reports

Weather reports
Near Me ▼ View All ▼




 

Fancy helping us run Metcheck USA?  Click Here
27
Jul
21:36


Metcheck Forecast Team Article Comments (0)

STORMS AGAIN !!!

  • STORMS AGAIN !!!

    Click Here to submit your own images

USA


Monday, July 27:

An Area of Low Pressure centered over Southern Quebec, will have a Cold Front extending southwest into Northern Vermont and Northern New York State. Another seperate Area of Low Pressure centered near The Western Pennsylvania/Western New York State border, will have an Occluded Front extending east across New York State, before it branches into a Warm Front which will extend east into New England, and a Cold Front which will extend southwest then west, into The Mid-Atlantic States, The Mississippi Valley, and The Lower Midwest. The Cold Front will then turn into a Stationary Front, which will then extend west then northwest into Northern Texas, The Central Great Plains, and The Northern Rockies before it crosses into Canada, and then terminate in Southern British Columbia. As a result from these Two Weather Systems, expect showers and thunderstorms into New England, The Mid-Atlantic States, Parts of Both The Mississippi and Ohio Valleys, The Southeast (afternoon and evening), The Northern Gulf Coast, Parts of The Lower Great Plains, The Central and Southern Rockies, The Four Corners Area, and The Desert Southwest. There is a slight risk of severe weather for The North Carolina Coast, Southeastern South Carolina, Southern Georgia, Southern Alabama, The Extreme Northern Part of The Florida Panhandle, Southern Mississippi, and a Small Part of Extreme Eastern Louisiana. Behind the Cold Front, expect unseasonably cooler air into The Tennessee Valley, The Ohio Valley, The Great Lakes Region, The Mid-West, and The Central and Northern Great Plains.

Elsewhere, expect fair and sunny skies into The Northern Rockies, and The Pacific Coast States. Temperatures are expected to climb above 100 degrees (38-42 Celsius) into The Red River Valley of Texas and Oklahoma, Most of The Rio Grande Valley of Texas, Parts of Western Texas, Southcentral and Southwestern Arizona, Southern Nevada, Southeastern and Parts of The Inland Valleys of California, and Parts of Central Washington State.


M. Leiba












Add Comment


 


Current events happening around the country

Current Events
Event Forecast
Commonwealth Games View ►
Holiday Destinations View ►
Test Match Cricket View ►


Latest weather videos from MetWow

New Weather Videos


Lightning strikes in Hove

View ►


Torrential rain and flash flooding

View ►


Flash flooding in Hove

View ►




Latest GFS Pressure Charts

Weather Models


Latest jet stream forecast

Jetstream Forecast


Latest weather trends

Temperature Trend


All your metcheck information in one place

My Metcheck
Reports ▼




0 Requests
Login/Signup ▼
Alerts ▼




0 Alerts
Locations ▼




0 Locations
Forecasts ▼




0 Forecasts
Favourites ▼




0 Favourites


Latest features and pages on Metcheck

New Features

Ski Resorts Route & Weather


Why not check out some other pages you may not have seen?

Keep Browsing... Or Share This Page


Climatic Deviation ▼

Ok, this sounds like a really posh and complicated tool but it's not. ...

Lat/Lon Locations ▼

...

The Year Ahead ▼

We like to think of the weather as being totally "random". After all, it's what keeps us in a job an...

Don't let your friends get wet! Tell them about Metcheck!
 


Need more help or explanation about this page?

Help & Info

Welcome to the homepage of Metcheck for your country. If this isn't your country then select the right Metcheck from the list below.

Every day we write weather articles which cover developing weather as well as other interesting weather stuff (sometimes it's just rambling like this).

Take a look around and enter your location in the box at the top of the page to get your latest weather forecast.