Happy Meteorological Fall everyone! It certainly won’t feel like it today with highs pushing the upper 80s across the Region. Here’s a look at the averages for the month of September–this is a month of change and we’ll notice it … Continue reading Get To Know September
High pressure will shift east of us Saturday bringing moderating temps and a gusty breeze out of the southwest. Temps will respond nicely as they rise into the upper 50s across the Region! Don’t look now, but we’ll just back … Continue reading Beautiful Fall Weekend Ahead
High pressure will slowly lose its grip on the Region over the next 48 hours. This will allow a slow-mover of a system to our west to finally get some legs and bring much needed rain back to northwest Indiana … Continue reading The Next 3 Days
We’re already seeing breaking news coverage of the tropical activity in the Gulf as not one, but two tropical systems have “cones” from the National Hurricane Center that overlap. If you’ve been with us at Region Weather for awhile, you’ve … Continue reading Chaos In The Gulf?
We’ve enjoyed a zonal flow across the US over the past two weeks with rather quick-moving storm systems across the northern Plains into Canada and balanced heat from west to east. That’s all about to change as a large ridge … Continue reading Big Pattern Change Across The Country
The Storm Prediction Center out of Norman, Oklahoma highlights the areas of the United States that may see severe thunderstorms each day. It’s called the Convective Outlook. You’ve likely seen the map before that shows the different thunderstorm risks with … Continue reading Severe Weather Categories Explained
As we mentioned in this morning’s post (Refreshing Tuesday Ahead), the combination of Tropical Storm Isaias and the area of low pressure responsible for our rain the last few days will help pull in an unseasonably cool airmass from Canada. … Continue reading Fall Preview: Temps In The 40s For Some Tonight!
SUMMERY PATTERN: Pretty much a carbon copy forecast over the next few days with summer-like temps in the mid to upper 80s and daily thunderstorm chances due to a lingering frontal boundary just south of the Region. While most … Continue reading Summery Pattern Takes Hold
Our hot and humid weather pattern will briefly break down just in time for the weekend. A cold front will drive our daily thunderstorm chances to the east and will replace that with a much drier, refreshing airmass Saturday and … Continue reading Weekend Refresher Ahead
Sure, we’ve had some mild days, but the bulk of our April has been on the cool side. Here are the current April temps vs average. The blues, greens, and purples are areas where we’ve experienced cooler than average temps. Locally, our temps are running 2-3 degrees cooler (highs and lows combined) for the month. You can see the majority of the US has been running below average this month after a warm winter with the cold air originating in the arctic–the reason why the northern Plains have the largest drop from average. Brr! The upper air pattern is to … Continue reading Will The Cold Pattern Break In The Eastern US?