A quick post to show tomorrow’s forecast. Not too good from Washington to Wisconsin as a huge cool low pressure dominates. Snow is possible in the northern areas of the region as well. This low and cold will shift east the next few days and get reinforced by another low. All of this will combine with hurricane Sandy off the East Coast and create a “perfect storm”…that’s a very very low pressure which will trounce somebody (probably a lot of people) from the mid-Atlantic to New England. Anyone in this region should watch closely. This storm looks to be historic! The first signs of the storm will be felt tomorrow along the east coast of Florida.
Until then, nice weather in the East mainly around Virginia and the Carolinas. Some perfect 10’s in the mountains of Virginia, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Tennessee.
Out West, perfect weather around Flagstaff and the deserts of southwest New Mexico.