US Short Range Weather thru Dec 10

Snow Will Accumulate Across Portions Of The Upper Midwest...

Temperatures Will Be 10 To 15 Degrees Above Average From The
Mid-Atlantic To The Central Gulf Coast...

A Front Extending From The Lower Great Lakes Southwestward To The Central Gulf Coast/Southern Plains Will Move Eastward Off The
Northeast Coast By Late Saturday Night. In Addition ... A Weak
Coastal Low Over The Northern Mid-Atlantic Coast Will Move
Northward Into The Canadian Maritime Provinces By Early Sunday

Rain Will Develop Over The Southern New England And Move Into Eastern Canada By Saturday Evening. Along The Aforementioned
Cold Front ... Showers And Thunderstorms Will Develop Along And
Ahead Of The Boundary From The Central Gulf Coast To Parts Of The
Eastern Ohio Valley/Central Appalachians Will Move Eastward To The
Southern Mid-Atlantic By Sunday Morning.

Snow Will Develop Over Parts Of The Great Lakes That Will Move Northeastward Into Canada By Saturday Evening.

Rain Will Develop Over Parts Of The Lower Great Lakes And Move Eastward Into The Northeast/Northern Mid-Atlantic By Saturday Night.

Another Front Over The Northern High Plains/Central Rockies/Great
Basin Will Move Eastward And Merge With The Tail End Of The
Previous Front Over The Central Plains Whiles The System Deepens
By Early Sunday Morning. The Boundary Will Continue Into The
Great Lakes/Ohio Valley Southwestward To The Southern Plains By
Sunday Evening.

The System Will Produce Snow Over The Northern/Central Rockies Into Parts Of The Northern Plains That Will Move Into The Great Lakes And Parts Of The Northeast By Sunday Evening.

A Second Region Of Snow Will Develop Over The Central Rockies/ Great Basin And Continue Into The Southern Rockies With The Help Of Upslope Flow Into Sunday Evening.

As The Storm Moves Onto The Plains ... Moisture From The Gulf Of
Mexico Will Move Into The Lower Mississippi Valley/Ohio Valley
Producing Showers And Thunderstorms For The Region On Sunday.

Rain Will Also Develop Over Parts Of The Northern Ohio Valley And
Move Into The Northern Mid-Atlantic Where The Rain Will Be
Moderate At Times.

Elsewhere ... Onshore Flow Will Produce Coastal Rain And Higher
Elevation Snow Over Parts Of The Pacific Northwest And Snow Over
Parts Of The Northern Rockies/Northern Intermountain Region
Through Late Saturday Night.

On Sunday ... Another Front Will Begin To Move Into The Pacific Northwest Producing Coastal Rain And Snow At The Highest Elevations.

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