¡La montaña rusa nunca termina! Vientos de 40 MPH, 1-2 pulgadas de lluvia, tormentas eléctricas esta noche y mañana con un máximo de 60 grados seguido de temperaturas cercanas al punto de congelación mañana por la noche.
Entonces, ¿dónde está el invierno? Está en Canadá y en el polo norte hasta aproximadamente el 26 de febrero y luego comenzará a visitarnos nuevamente.
Hay indicios de una tormenta de nieve alrededor del 5 de marzo. #BOTS!
¿Quieres ver la montaña rusa? Aquí hay 768 horas, o alrededor de 32 días. No es preciso, pero obtendrá el punto.
Esto es lo que piensa el Servicio Meteorológico Nacional de Indianápolis:
Corto Plazo…(Hoy y esta noche)
Issued at 342 AM EST Wed Feb 8 2023 Much of the day today will be calm as surface high pressure makes it`s way through central Indiana. Winds this morning will be light and variable as a result with partly cloudy skies to start off the day. High temperatures today are expected to reach the upper 40s to the low 50s. A deepening low pressure system with a developing LLJ of 60-70 kts will be moving into the region from the SW through the day. It will bring with it rain, thunderstorms, and gusty winds both non- thunderstorm and within the storms. The models look to be in good general agreement on the placement of the low tracking just to the east and then north of the forecast area, placing central Indiana in the warm moist sector. Chances for rain will begin in our far SW this afternoon, overspreading the whole area by the late evening hours. As the associated warm front moves through, look to see temperatures warm overnight and approaching 60 degrees by daybreak. Non-thunderstorm winds will also be increasing through the night. Expect gusts to increase above 20 mph after 8pm and then to increase to 30 to 45 mph from midnight to daybreak Thursday. Within individual thunderstorms, there could be isolated gusts higher than 45 mph after midnight as winds mix down. Within this system, expect ample moisture transport supported by the LLJ and leading to QPF values from three-quarters to 1.25 inches with locally higher amounts possible. && .Long Term...(Thursday through Tuesday) Issued at 342 AM EST Wed Feb 8 2023 ...HIGH WIND WATCH THURSDAY... ...WINDY/RAINY THURSDAY... Thursday... Models in great agreement that an occluded system/stacked low will be over west central Illinois Thursday morning and move across Lake Michigan, lower Michigan and to northern Lake Huron by Thursday evening. Warm conveyor belt moisture will be near and northeast of Interstate 65 Thursday morning and quickly move northeast of the area during the afternoon along with the occluded front. Thus, will start the day off with widespread rain near and northeast of the I- 65 corridor with residual chance PoPs southeast as a buffer. Elevated instability within the warm conveyor belt supports thunder mention, while strong pressure gradient lends good confidence to non-thunderstorm wind gusts greater than 45 mph. After inter-office coordination, will issue a Wind Advisory over our southern tier and keep the current Watch in place further north from 12z-00z and expand it one tier south. With the low level jet nosing into south central Indiana, will start the Advisory at 09z In addition to the wind threat, localized flooding may be ongoing from the previous night`s rain with storm total rainfall in excess of an inch over most of central Indiana based on the combination of strong synoptic lift, deep moisture and elevated instability. That said, moisture and lift associated with a TROWAL should remain far enough north of the area for any wraparound with central Indiana entrenched in the dry conveyor belt in the wake of the occluded front. Temperatures will start off very mild for this time of year but quickly fall during the afternoon with a result of well above normal and early day highs in the 50s to lower 60s but readings falling through the 40s during the afternoon. Thursday night... As the occluded system moves well northeast of central Indiana, a weak ridge will pass across from the southwest Thursday night and combined with some drying of the column per BUFKIT soundings will result in a dry Thursday night with west winds, albeit it weakening, bringing back colder yet still above normal temperatures with overnight lows in the 30s. Friday and Friday Night... Broad upper trough will slide southeast across the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley. However, an embedded southwest upper low will result in an non-phased system and in lack of Gulf inflow. Thus, kept only small Pops in for Friday. Modest north winds around a Plains and Missouri Valley surface ridge will only allow temperatures to climb a few degrees with slightly above normal highs in the upper 30s NW to middle 40s SE. Meanwhile, overnight lows will fall back below freezing to the middle and upper 20s with the N winds continuing and some clearing as the ridge gets closer and column dries out per BUFKIT soundings. Rest of the weekend... Ridging and will remain over the region through the weekend and BUFKIT is indicating a dry column. This will result in little cloud cover but with northeast winds, seasonable temperatures Saturday. As the high moves by, the winds will shift to the southwest and albeit less than 10 knots, help raise the temperatures to well above normal with afternoon highs in the 40s Sunday. Monday through Tuesday night... An upper wave will move across the Great Lakes Monday but with moisture lacking, supply no more than increasing cloud cover. However, Tuesday into Tuesday night, a strong southern system will tap into the Gulf and pivot northeast across the Missouri and Wabash Valleys Tuesday and Tuesday night. This system has the potential for more widespread rain along with mild temperatures. Stay tuned.