Storm or No Storm?

shutterstock 95965801 a6145d59cd4af199 a2b6d5f197c165241 Storm or No Storm?

There’s been some talk about a storm this weekend, so what’s going to happen?

The Setup:

An Alberta Clipper is forecast to move from the Great Lakes towards the southeast, just off the shore of the Carolina s Friday into Saturday.  While this is happening, a secondary low is forecast to develop off the Mid Atlantic coast during the day on Saturday.  These two systems are forecast to eventually phase Saturday night into Sunday, but from the latest data they seem to phase too far off-shore for any significant impact. However, as this system pulls out from the region.  It will drag down COLD air from Canada.  We are talking about highs struggling to get out of the 40s Saturday and Sunday.  That’s not the biggest story though, strong winds from the north will cause the “feel like” temperature to be in the 20s. Bundle up!

Halloween forecast: Check the following slides for the forecast!

Stay tuned to WXedge.com for the latest technical weather discussions.


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