Mother’s Day Outlook: Storms, Snow and Sun
Mother’s Day Outlook
With everything from sunshine to snow in the forecast, the full spectrum of weather conditions can be expected across the nation this weekend. Severe storms are possible once again in portions of the Central Plains. A slight risk area has already been identified by the SPC:
The front will come sliding across the region in the evening hours and that will be best chance for storm development. Model below shows potential storm development around 10pm.
Cold air and moisture in the Rockies and the high plains are coming together to form snow.
Winter Storm Watches already in effect for Colorado:
This will also mean some drastic temperature changes for Denver:
Now that the messy spots are out the way, how about the sunny spots…Temperatures will be rising in the Southwest with no shortage of sunshine, especially next week. Highs will be well into the 90s in Los Angeles but it will also windy and dry, which creates wildfire concerns. Although the weekend is off to a soggy start, Portland and Seattle will enjoy the clearing skies just in time for Mother’s Day. The situation will be similar in the Northeast. Rain is in forecast for Boston on Saturday but sunshine returns for Sunday.
Only 43 more days until the first day of summer! Happy Friday!