US Short Range Weather thru Jan 14

...Balmy Conditions Are Expected Across The Eastern States While
Frigid Temperatures Impact Much Of The Intermountain West And
Central U.S....

...Heavy Rains And Severe Thunderstorms Will Be Possible Over
Portions Of The Lower Mississippi...Tennessee...And Ohio Valleys...

A Strong Cold Front Pushing Through The Middle Of The Country Will
Be The Main Weather Maker Across The Conus This Weekend.

Above Normal Warmth Will Persist For Many Locations Ahead Of The
Boundary...While Temperatures Will Quickly Plummet Behind The Front...Leaving Behind Brisk And Bitter Conditions Across Much Of
The Intermountain West And Central U.S..

Wind Chill Advisories Are In Effect For Portions Of The Northern Plains Saturday Morning...Where Gusty Winds Will Make Temperatures Feel 20 To 30 Degrees Below Zero.

In Terms Of Precipitation Associated With This Front...Snow Showers Across The Dakotas And Minnesota Should Begin To Taper Off On Saturday As A Surface Low Along The Front Lifts Northeastward Into Canada. However...Some Scattered Light Snows Could Linger
Over The Upper Midwest Through Sunday.

Farther South...Increasing Amounts Of Gulf Moisture Streaming Northward Ahead Of The Front Should Fuel An Organized Line Of Heavy Rains And Thunderstorms Along The Boundary As It Slowly Progresses Through The Lower Mississippi...Tennessee...And Ohio Valleys.

Initially...Precipitation Will Be All Rain...But With Modified Arctic Air Quickly Moving In Behind The Front...A Changeover To A Wintry Mix Will Be Possible. Any Snowfall Accumulations Will Be Minimal...But Some Icing Could Make For Hazardous Conditions From Arkansas Northeastward Into Michigan.

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