Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Looking Ahead

Well I started to write more about Florida and the countless records that have been set there over the recent days - but I have to be honest, it's too much for a short blog!

So let's talk about the future.

Very cold temperatures continue to settle over interior Alaska - with air temperatures currently 54 BELOW ZERO in Ft. Yukon and 51 BELOW ZERO in Eagle. It's a little warmer in Fairbanks with 32 BELOW!

That will need to be watched because the bubble of cold air could break away and slide south as we move into the last week of January or first week of February.

In the shorter term, the weather along the west coast looks like it will turn active as we move into the coming weekend. The moisture will be welcomed by most in this part of the world. Afterall, it is the rainy season for our western friends!

Along with the stormy weather will come a lot of wind and waves for the coastline.

The weekend could be somewhat wet and unsettled along the immediate Gulf Coast too. Any precipitation that falls will be rain as temperatures have finally warmed up closer to where they should be this time of year.

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