Wednesday, October 18, 2006

New Western Storm and Eastern Rain

Click here for October 2006 Hurricane and Severe Weather Outlook

Click here for the Introduction to The Weather Alternative

The Weather Alternative long-range forecast for October 19-21 called for Showers and storms hit the Northeast down through Virginia, the coastal areas of Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina with falling temperatures and a new round of storms for the West Coast.

Here's the latest from Accuweather:

By Friday (20th), the cold front will reach the East Coast as chilly air continues to spread in from the west. The front and an area of low pressure along it will bring rain from New England southward along the mid-Atlantic coast, while thunderstorms will rumble across the eastern Carolinas.

Wet weather will break out across the Northwest over the next couple of days as a storm arrives from the Pacific. A moist and mild flow into Washington and Oregon will mean snow levels in the Cascades will stay rather high; mainly above pass level.

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