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week 1 A Jupiter shift should open the door in the PNW for some cold to drop to the south. Look for storms and cool temperatures along the coast and into Denver at the end of the week. The east should be settled but colder into the south.
West Coast- Cold fronts from PNW to N CA; early
Mountain/High Plains- Storms N Plains late in week
Mid-Continent -Cold N to S, weak fronts late
East Coast- Cold N to S, weak fronts late
week 2 A strong shift on the 10th should change the patterns from high-pressure to low pressure in most areas. Look for a winter storm into the West Coast with moderate to good rains and a shift to milder temperatures on the continent.
West Coast-Moderate to good rains PNW and N CA after the 10th
Mountain/High Plains- Mild/wet to the N, dry to S; end of week
Mid-Continent- Wet/ mild to N and dry to S after 10th
East Coast-Wet/ mild Mid Atlantic states, dry to S
week 3 A strong high should surge along the West Coast for most of the week while a low from the Gulf of Alaska drops around it to the south. Look for good rains in the West late in the week. Dry and settled for the week on the continent should yield to colder with fronts on the East Coast at week's end.
West Coast- Clear / dry on West Coast, strong rains, late
Mountain/High Plains- Dry, mild and settled most of the week
Mid-Continent - Clear and mild turning colder/ possible fronts late
East Coast- Mild then cooler with rain Mid Atlantic states; late
week 4 A high latitude high in the Gulf of Alaska should drive the storm jet down the West Coast. Look for widespread rains there and an active storm track from Denver into the Central States and East Coast.
West Coast- Widespread rains N and S; early and late
Mountain/High Plains- Storms into Denver; early in the week
Mid-Continent- A strong storm into Central States; midweek
East Coast- Nor'easter up the coast; late