Good morning all! Happy Wednesday! Here comes @CBCEarlyEdition on CBC Radio One in #yvr . This morning, Marion Buller, fiscal snapshot lookahead, distanced singing and @j_mcelroy with Metro Matters. And an excellent wake-up tune. Here's your weather:
First weather snapshot'>Alert Weather Snapshot: A good evening with showers to the west
Here's the #weather snapshot for #Sunday , June 28. Severe weather and heavy rainfall with flooding is possible from the Carolinas into the Ohio Valley and back into much of the Upper Midwest. Also, elevated and critical fire weather threats are likely in parts of the West.
Here's the #weather snapshot for #Saturday , June 27. Severe storms are expected across parts of the Northeast. Also, heavy rain and flooding are possible from the Ohio Valley to the Mid Mississippi Valley. Finally, critical fire weather threats are likely in parts of the West.
Here's the #weather snapshot for Friday, June 12. A stalled front will produce heavy rain in the Southeast. Strong thunderstorms are possible in the Interior Northwest. Critical fire weather conditions in Arizona, Nevada and Utah. Finally, a cooling trend in the northern U.S.
Here's the #weather snapshot for #Wednesday , May 13. Severe thunderstorms are likely from Texas to the central Plains. Critical fire weather threats likely in the southern High Plains. A system will move into the Northwest with rain, a few thunderstorms and some mountain snow.
Here's the #weather snapshot for #Wednesday , March 18. A storm system will pass through the Four Corners region with heavy snow. Severe weather and heavy rainfall are likely across the Southern Plains, Texas into Oklahoma. Finally, heavy rain will slide through the Ohio Valley.
The #weather snapshot for #Saturday features a powerful storm in the Midwest w/ 4 major threats. A severe weather risk in the TN/Lower MS Valleys, continued flood risk in the OH/TN Valleys, critical fire weather concerns in TX and heavy snow w/ blizzard conditions in the Plains.
The weather snapshot for Thursday highlights the southern tier storm with excessive rain possible from LA to AL and a combination of snow and freezing rain from north TX into OK. Meanwhile, a stream of Pacific moisture will be directed to WA for some heavy rain and mountain snow.
The weather snapshot for Wednesday, January 2nd, features a southern storm system becoming better organized with heavy snow over the southern Four Corners region, freezing rain/light icing from north-central TX into OK and heavy to excessive rain from southeast TX into the South.
A snapshot of how the weather's looking for the next three days. For the vast majority it will be warm & sunny. Jo