Big Story Weather – April 26, 2012
RedOrbit Meteorologist Joshua Kelly
Big Story Weather from April 25, 2012: The United States weather pattern was pretty tranquil yesterday with no major weather events.
Big Story Weather News for April 26, 2012: Low pressure moving into the Northeast will bring scattered showers to the Mid-Atlantic region for today. Partly cloudy skies will be found from the Southeast back into the Gulf Coast along with mild temps. Another low pressure system moving into the Northern Rockies will bring with it rain showers to places like Idaho and Western Montana. On the western side of it we will see scattered snow showers for the Cascades. There is a risk for some severe weather from West Virginia into Maryland today.
Big Story Weather Outlook International: A low pressure center will continue to move just off the East Coast of Japan bringing with it scattered rain showers. Expect to see partly to mostly cloudy skies from the East Sea/Sea of Japan back westward into the Korea’s. A thermal low will develop in the Middle East today bringing an increase in temps to the region. Low pressure over Norway and its associated cold front will impact the weather for Western Europe today, with snow showers in the north and rain showers back into Spain and France. High pressure to the south of Australia will influence the weather with partly to mostly cloudy skies throughout the region.
Big Story Weather Tropics: In the tropics today we still have 97W. 97W continues to slowly drift westward in the Western Pacific. Estimated winds are still around 20kts with an estimated sea level pressure near 1007mb.