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10-17-18 Morning Roundup: Still Raining In Texas, Lake Effect Getting Underway Up North

Hello everyone! More generally quiet weather today, so this update will be another on the shorter side. The two features to watch will be the same two general features we looked at yesterday, including rain in Texas and the lake effect developing as a result of a strong cold front in the Great Lakes. Neither will be overly impactful, though Texas surely doesn’t need any more in the way of rain this week. The ECMWF’s synoptic composite map shows a setup favorable for some heavy rain again today, as the features that contributed to yesterday’s rain have shifted little in


10-16-18 Morning Roundup: Texas/Louisiana Rain, New Cold Front In The Great Lakes

Hello everyone! With no substantial regionally significant storm systems to monitor this morning, this post will just be a quick roundup of a couple smaller, less impactful, but still neat features to note. The two main areas I’ll focus on will be Texas/Louisiana, where heavy rain is expected, and the Great Lakes where another cold front will be driving southeast. Here’s a look at the ECMWF’s synoptic composite forecast for this afternoon. The general setup is pretty straightforward. A surface boundary exists over the Gulf of Mexico. A jet streak extends from New Mexico up through Oklahoma into the Midwest.