Daniel Bezte's General Weather Outlook
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Last Updated: April 14, 2014 Last weekís forecast didnít turn out exactly as predicted. The timing and the placement of the different lows and highs ended up a little off. To start off, last Fridayís low was a little slower and tracked further south than anticipated which resulted in some regions seeing some significant snow on Saturday. What didnít change was the arctic high building in from the north. It started to move in on Sunday and will be sticking around for most of this week. We will see mainly sunny skies from Wednesday to Friday as the arctic high moves overhead. It should be strong enough to keep any clouds and precipitation from storm system to our south. Temperatures will be cold during this period with highs starting out well below freezing and only slowly warming to near the freezing mark by Friday or Saturday. Over the weekend we should see a ridge of high pressure begin to build across the region which will help to boost our temperatures. Highs on Sunday and Monday should make it into the low teens to mid-teens with overnight lows around the zero degree mark. Combine this with the strong spring sunshine and areas that still have snow should see a lot of melting taking place. Beyond this time period the weather models have been having a heck of a time trying to figure things out and are showing little run to run consistency so confidence in this part of the forecast is low. The models are trying to develop a strong storm system by the middle of next week but are fluctuating on the track. If it takes a more northern route temperatures will remain mild with a chance of some rain next Wednesday. A more southern route will bring cooler conditions with a rain/snow mix. Once this system moves by we will see some cooler air work in as a weak arctic high brushes by to our north. This high should be followed up by a significant warming trend late next week, but as always I will believe it when I see it. Usual Temperature Range for this Period Highs: 5 to 18 C Lows: -5 to +3 C

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