Another quickcast tonight as I am making some design changes on the website. I'll have an update on all the changes I have made tomorrow morning or tonight.
- We will get some rain Monday night into Tuesday morning. It will be mostly light with just a few moderate showers. I don't expect any major rain totals or flooding from the event.
-That same storm will likely transfer its energy to the coast Tuesday causing an ice and snow storm in northern Maine.
-Rain showers Friday
-Storm threat for next Saturday. This is a must watch as the precipitation could fall as snow. The models have backed off on this event but I will continue to monitor it.
The storm that I am tracking in the Bering Sea is now into the 930s and will continue to rapidly intensify tonight. It will likely be one of the strongest storms in the Bering Sea in recorded history and there is a chance it could break the record. This will have a profound impact on our weather pattern especially as we head into January. If you would like to read about the Bering Sea Rule and more about our current pattern, check out my special weather discussion that I posted a week ago.
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