US Short Range Weather thru Dec 23

***Strong Low Pressure System Over The Northeast U.S.***

***More Bad Weather For The West Coast States***

***Very Cold For The Northern Plains And Upper Midwest***

The Strong Area Of Low Pressure That Has Been Affecting The
Midwest With Blizzard Conditions Is Forecast To Affect The Northeast U.S. And Southern Canada On Friday. Some Lingering Light Snow Showers Are Still Possible Through Saturday Anywhere From The Eastern Ohio Valley Eastward Into New England.

Downstream Of The Lakes And In The Higher Elevations Of West
Virginia, Moderate To Heavy Snow Is Expected On Friday And
Saturday With Strong Northwest Flow.

In Addition To The Rain And Snow, High Winds Are Likely Through Saturday With Gusts In Excess Of 50 Mph Possible.

Over The West Coast States, Steady Rain And Higher Elevation Snow
Is Expected To Continue As Onshore Flow Continues Unabated Ahead Of A Frontal Trough. By Friday Evening, Most Of The Heavier
Precipitation Should Be In Northern California As A Weakening
Front Affects The Coastline. However, Given Plenty Of Pacific
Moisture, Scattered Coastal Rain And Higher Elevation Snow Is
Possible Across The Entire Northwest And Into The Northern Rockies
Through The Upcoming Weekend.

Elsewhere, Another Cold Front Will Bring More Bitterly Cold Air To
The Northern Plains And Upper Midwest For The Weekend.
Precipitation Is Not Expected With This System As It Appears To
Remain Relatively Stable And Devoid Of Moisture.

Over The Deep South And Into Texas, Much Cooler And Considerably Drier Weather Has Arrived Behind The Cold Front And It Will Feel More Like December.

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