Weather Roller Coaster AGAIN, as we warm early in the week and then plummet to much cooler temperatures. Severe Weather, high winds and even frosty temperatures could visit us in the next seven days!
Summary: Life is always crazy, but for me, it has been almost out of control! Is it ever really in control? Anyways, the weather will be a wild one this week. A Polar Vortex will become displaced and form a very strong system that could cause many areas in the Upper plains and around the lakes to see their first real accumulating snows! Not to mention a Severe weather threat and very high winds. This would affect us Thursday. Following the strong Front through here Thursday, temps could actually plummet during the day Friday and end up in the 40’s by sunset for some and 30s in the mountains! West facing mountain snows would not be out of the question as well!
Tropics: Tropics are about done now! The likelihood will be that we are done with the Atlantic for the season! Not too bad compared to what was forecasted and what happened last year!
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