Sunday, November 8, 2009
Hurricane Ida Nears the Gulf Coast
Heavy Rain Likely - Flood Concerns Continue
The 5 day precipitation forecast for the Southeast is quite impressive - Ida will likely bring flood watches and warnings back to the forefront where heavy rain has been no stranger the past month. Heavy rains will depend on the track of the storm, which is yet to be determined... stay tuned!
Closer to Home:
Thanks Tadd Parris for this picture taken earlier this fall near sunrise. Mostly dry and quiet conditions continue this week with slightly above temperatures. Sunrises/sunsets like this will be common over the next few days... ENJOY!!
Todd's Outlook for the Twin Cities
Today: Dry, bright sunshine and temps above average. HOORAY! High: 57
Tonight: Clear, calm and quiet. Chilly. Low: 34
Tuesday: More sunshine! Co-workers spend a little more time at lunch, walk a little slower from their car to the office in an attempt to squeeze out every bit of the mild November weather. High: 58
Veterans Day: What a gift - thanks Vets! Mostly sunny skies out there too, so enjoy. A little cooler. High: 56
Thursday: Increasing clouds, becoming partly sunny/mostly cloudy late. High 52
Friday: Spotty shower or spritz, nothing much. High: 52
Saturday: Decreasing clouds and cooler. High 47
Sunday: Mostly sunny. High 45