US Short Range Weather thru Apr 8

...Unsettled Weather Weather Is Expected From The West Coast To
The Northern/Central Rockies This Weekend...

...Accumulating Snows Will Be Possible Across The Upper Great
Lakes On Saturday...

Unsettled Weather Is Expected Across Much Of The Western U.S. This Weekend As A Closed Upper Vortex Over The Northeast Pacific Slides Slowly Southward Along The Northwest Coast And Towards The Central Great Basin.

Persistent Onshore Flow Should Help Fuel Periods Of Moderate To Heavy Rains Near Coastal Regions From Northern California Into The Pacific Northwest...While Orographics Should Help Enhance Amounts Along The Favored Slopes Of The Terrain Of The Intermountain West And Northern/Central Rockies.

Initially...Snow Will Be Confined To The Highest Elevations...But
Temperatures And Snow Levels Will Gradually Be Dropping Across The Region This Weekend. Also...Increasing Amounts Of Instability
Could Lead To An Occasional Thunderstorm Or Even Thundersnow.

A Surface Low Tracking East/Northeastward Through The Upper
Midwest And Great Lakes On Saturday Will Streak A Band Of
Accumulating Snows From Northeastern Minnesota Into Southern

To The South Of The Snow...Some Isolated Showers Will Be Possible As The Trailing Cold Front Sweeps Through The Ohio Valley And Into The Northeast On Sunday...But Not Before Temperatures Increase Behind A Warm Front Surging Northeastward Through The Region.

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