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Archive of the May 2017

  • Unsettled weather for much of the country

    Janice Dean | Meteorologist

    Good morning everyone.  A lot of people are wondering where the nice weather is across the Northeast.  It’s been rainy and cooler than average for weeks now…and it appears as we head into June, the same weather pattern will hang around for the foreseeable future.   The good news is my lawn and trees are greener than ever!

    Taking a look at today’s weather:

    A series of weather systems will bring scattered showers and thunderstorms to parts of the Midatlantic up into New England, down into  southwestern Texas, the Central Plains, and the Pacific Northwest to the Intermountain West.   (In other words, a lot of wet weather in the forecast!)

    Here’s a look at the projected rainfall across the U.S through Sunday:

    Meanwhile, an elevated fire risk in the southwest continues with hot dry breezy conditions.  Here’s a peek at your forecast headlines:

    Have a wonderful Wednesday everyone!  See you on Fox and Friends.


  • Memorial Day weather

    Janice Dean | Meteorologist

    Good morning everyone.  I hope you’re all having a relaxing Memorial Day weekend.  If you’ve got plans today and you live along the east coast or across the Gulf Coast you may have your outdoor plans moved inside.  We’ve got a slow moving frontal boundary helping to bring rain and thunderstorms from the Deep South up into the Northeast.

    A separate area of low pressure system over the Upper Midwest will keep conditions wet and cool early this week.

    We’ve also got a slight risk of severe storms to look out for:

    Meanwhile, across the West, high pressure will move inland cooling things off along the coast, but bringing the heat into the Pacific Northwest.

    Be safe everyone.  See you on Fox and Friends tomorrow morning.


  • Memorial Day and Hurricane Forecast

    Janice Dean | Meteorologist

    Good morning All.  Happy Friday.

    It’s the first official week of our Summer Concert Series on Fox and Friends.  Phil Vassar will be here, and over the next few weeks we will have some amazing bands performing on the Plaza, so if you’re in NYC, please come visit and enjoy some great music and BBQ from Famous Dave’s!

    The forecast this morning is unsettled, and that’s what we’re going to be dealing with for much of the weekend across the Northeast.

    Severe storms will be a risk over the High Plains today, and then it will be more widespread Saturday.

    Here’s the threat tomorrow with large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes:

    A look ahead to your Memorial Day weather, the eastern third of the U.S. will be at risk for showers and thunderstorms for much of the weekend:

    Here’s a look at Today’s Highs:

    Moving on to our Atlantic Hurricane forecast (the season begins June 1st) NOAA has put out their seasonal outlook, and we could be looking at above average numbers this summer into fall:

    Remember it just takes one bad hurricane to make it a memorable year!

    Here’s the list of names:

    And here’s when we see the most tropical activity:

    Have a great Memorial Day weekend everyone.  See you on Fox and Friends!


  • Storms move into the Northeast and a peek at Memorial Day

    Janice Dean | Meteorologist

    Good morning everyone!

    It’s a another wet day across the Northeast and the MidAtlantic:

    A system that brought over a dozen tornadoes across the southeast will now bring the risk of rain with a few embedded thunderstorms.

    Tomorrow the risk will be over the Central High Plains as a new storm emerges from the Rockies

    Meanwhile, strong winds and very low humidity will create dangerous fire weather conditions in parts of the Desert Southwest and southern High Plains:

    Here’s a look at your highs today:

    And a quick peek ahead to Memorial Day, we have a chance for showers and storms again for the eastern third of the country:

    Have a great day everyone.  See you on Fox and Friends!


  • Heavy rain and the threat for severe storms for the Gulf Coast

    Janice Dean | Meteorologist

    Good morning everyone.  Hope you had a wonderful weekend.   We had a beautiful few days in the Northeast.  This week brings unsettled and cooler weather for many.  Wet weather will be the story for the South and Gulf Coast.

    Flash flooding will be a concern for several states:

    A slight risk for severe storms will bring the threat for hail and damaging winds and an isolated tornado:

    Out west, very warm temperatures will start the week. As temperatures rise, snow melt and flooding will be a threat.

    Have a great Monday everyone.  See you on Fox and Friends!


about this blog

  • Janice Dean joined FOX News Channel in January 2004 and currently serves as Senior meteorologist. She is a member of the American Meteorological Society and was awarded the AMS Seal of Approval in 2009. Dean is the author of the forthcoming children's book, "Freddy the Frogcaster" (Regnery Kids) which will be published in August. You can also follow Janice on Twitter.