US Short Range Weather thru Feb 25

***More Heavy Rainfall For The Southeast***

***Another Round Of Wintry Weather For New England***

***Snow For The Rocky Mountains And Central Plains***

A Nearly Stationary Frontal Boundary Situated Over The Northern
Gulf Of Mexico And Deep South States Will Provide A Forcing
Mechanism For Additional Moderate To Heavy Rainfall From The
Florida Panhandle Eastward To The Carolinas.

A Rich Supply Of Gulf Moisture Intersecting This Front Will Also Contribute To The Amount Of Rain That Falls. A Few Strong Thunderstorms Will Also Be Possible Over This Region. Improving Weather Should Arrive By Sunday As Drier Air Filters Into The Region Behind The Front.

For The Northeast U.S., Another Round Of Wintry Weather Is Likely
This Weekend As A Developing Low Near The Mid-Atlantic Coast
Tracks Northeastward. For The Coastal Areas South Of Boston And
Along Interstate 95, Most Of This Event Should Be In The Form Of
Rain As Temperatures Should Be Above Freezing. However, More Snow Is Expected For Much Of New England, Especially Inland. There May Be Isolated Areas Of Freezing Rain And Drizzle.

Out West, A Low Pressure System Is Forecast To Develop Over The
Southern Rockies And Track Eastward Into The Southern Plains By
Sunday Night. As The Upper Level Trough Interacts With This
Surface Low, It Is Forecast To Strengthen And Draw Moisture From
The Gulf Of Mexico Northward. As It Stands Right Now, It Appears
That Another Round Of Significant Snow Will Likely Affect Parts Of
The Central Plains By The End Of The Weekend, Along With More
Showers And Thunderstorms For Texas And The Gulf Coast Region.

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