US Short Range Weather thru Feb 11

...Heavy Snows And Strong Winds Over New England Should Gradually Diminish As A Coastal Storm Exits Into The Canadian Maritimes...

...Blizzard Conditions Are Expected Over Portions Of The North
Central U.S. By The End Of The Weekend...

After Dumping Over Two Feet Of Snow Across Portions Of The
Northeast And Bringing Blizzard Conditions To Locations Along The
New England Coast...The Intense Coastal Storm Should Finally Begin
To Weaken While Lifting Northeastward Into The Canadian Maritimes.

Heavy Snows And Strong Winds Should Gradually Diminish Across The Region As The Storm Departs The U.S....And High Pressure Filling In Behind The System Should End Any Lingering Snow Showers By Early Sunday.

Although Precipitation Will Come To An End...Conditions Will Remain Chilly Over Interior New England Through The Weekend.

As The Weather Temporarily Quiets Down In The Northeast...The
Forecast Will Become Quite Interesting Over The Central U.S. By
The End Of The Weekend.

A Broad Deep Trough Digging Into The Southwestern Corner Of The Country Will Trigger Widespread...But Light...Snow Showers Across Much Of The Central Great Basin And Central/Southern Rockies On Saturday.

By Early Sunday...The Upper Trough Will Begin To Push Out Into The Plains And Help Intensify A Surface Cyclone In The Lee Of The Central Rockies. The Low Will Quickly Track Northeastward Through The Central Plains On Sunday And Into The Upper Midwest By Early Monday...While The Trailing Cold Front Races From The Southern Plains To The Appalachians.

Plenty Of Moisture Streaming Northward Out Of The Gulf Of Mexico
Should Fuel An Organized Area Of Showers And Thunderstorms Ahead Of The System...And Ample Amounts Of Instability Could Allow Some Of These Storms To Become Severe.

Farther North...A Swath Of Accumulating Snows Is Expected To The Northwest Of The Low Track...From Western Nebraska All The Way Into Northern Minnesota And Wisconsin. In Addition To The Snow...Strong And Gusty Winds Are Expected To Create Blizzard Conditions Across Portions Of The North Central U.S.

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