...Temperatures Will Be On The Decline This Weekend Across The
Eastern Third Of The Nation...
...A Developing Coastal Storm Could Clip New England With Moderate Snows On Sunday...
After A Relatively Mild End To The Work Week...Temperatures Will
Be On The Decline This Weekend Across The Eastern Third Of The
Nation As A Cold Front Clears The Atlantic Seaboard And A Deep
Trough Digs In Aloft.
A Potent Piece Of Energy Rounding The Base Of The Upper Trough Is Expected To Rapidly Deepen A Surface Low While It Steadily Tracks Northward Just Off The Mid-Atlantic And Northeast Coasts.
The Intensifying Storm Should Track Far Enough Away From The Coast To Keep The Majority Of Heavy Precipitation Offshore... However...As Colder Air Gets Pulled In Behind The Storm...Light Snows Will Become A Possibility Along Much Of The East Coast... Even As Far South As The Carolinas.
Also...Portions Of New England Could Get Clipped With Some Moderate Snows On Sunday.
In Addition To The Cold And Snow...Winds Will Be On The Increase Across The Region As The Storm Continues To Deepen While
Heading Towards The Canadian Maritimes.
Elsewhere Across The Nation...Persistent Cyclonic Flow Over The
Great Lakes Will Allow For Light Snow Showers To Develop Downwind Of The Lakes This Weekend.
Out West...A Strong Pacific Front Will Move Inland On Saturday And Gradually Drop Southeastward Through The Northwestern Corner Of The Country. During The Short Range Period...This System Will Lack Any Serious Moisture Supply...But Increasing Winds Behind The Front Should Squeeze Out Some Light Snow Showers Along The Cascades And Northern/Central Rockies.
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