PeriShip Weekly Weather Outlook – 11/15/15 to 11/21/15

National Weather Outlook

There will be two storm systems located in the Southwest and West Coast to start the week. The storm in the Southwest will bring heavy amounts of rain and thunderstorms particularly in Texas, Arizona, and Oklahoma. The storm on the West coast will bring a mixture of wintry weather along with rain.

Moving into Monday, the storm in the Southwest will move eastward and grow drastically in size to expand as far as Minnesota to Louisiana, continuing to bring heavy rain and thunderstorms. The storm system on the West Coast will move eastward as well, bringing more snow to the Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming areas.

Going further into the week, the large rain system will continue to grow in size and will cover much of the Midwest and Northeast. Anticipate severe thunderstorms in the Midwest. The smaller storm system in the West will move to the Northwest region continuing to bring snow and rain.

Weather at Major Express Sorting Hubs:
New York/NJ: Clear and sunny skies during the beginning of the week. Chances of rain for the remainder of the week.
Operational Impact: Minimal

Memphis: It will mostly rain and thunderstorm throughout the week. Temperatures in the 60s.
Operational Impact: Slight

Indianapolis:  Thunderstorms on Tuesday and Thursday. Cloudy weather and chances of rain for the rest of the week.
Operational Impact: Likely

Oakland: A mixture of cloudy and clear skies throughout the week. Temperatures in the 60s.
Operational Impact: Minimal

Fort Worth: Chances of thunderstorms in the beginning of the week. Clear and sunny skies for the rest of the week.
Operational Impact: Slight

Weather at Major Ground Sorting Hubs:

Denver, CO;

Dallas, TX; Orlando, FL; Champaign, IL; Ft. Worth, TX; Salt Lake City, UT; Toledo, OH; Chicago, IL; Nashville, TN; Memphis, TN;

Portland, OR;  Los Angeles, CA; Rialto, CA; Sacramento, CA; Harrisburg, PA; Syracuse, NY;  Hartford, CT;  Woodbridge, NJ; Hagerstown, MD; Columbus, OH; Atlanta, GABoone County, KY; Charlotte, NC; St. Paul, MN;  Kansas City, KS; Phoenix, AZ;  

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