US Short Range Weather to Apr 14

...A Strong Spring System Will Continue Towards The East Coast
Bringing With It Hazardous Weather To Multiple Regions...

The Same System That Affected The Plains Over The Last Few Days Is Currently Located Over The Mississippi Valley Moving East Towards
The Southeast...Ohio Valley...And Lower Great Lakes.

As The Frontal Boundary Continues To Progress Eastward... Widespread Snow Will Continue Along The Backside Of The Main Surface Low Which Is Currently Located Over The Middle Mississippi Valley. The Precipitation Shield Has Already Spread Into The Upper
Midwest...And Overnight Thursday And Into Friday Morning Expect
This Activity To Shift Over Towards The Great Lakes Region.
Freezing Rain And Sleet Will Fall Between The Transitional Zone Of
Rain And Snow. This Wintry Mix Will Move Into The Lower Great
Lakes Thursday Night...And By Friday Morning Most Of It Will Be In
Northern And Central New England.

Later On Friday Morning And Into The Afternoon...Snow Will Begin To Spread Into Northern Portions Of New England. However...By Friday Evening Most Of Heavier Activity Will Start To Diminish As The Frontal Boundary Pushes Off The East Coast. Some Residual Snow Showers Will Linger In The Midwest And The Great Lakes Friday Afternoon Through Saturday. Most Of The Icy Precipitation Will Have Ended In The New England Region By Friday Evening.

Towards The Tennessee Valley And Southeast...An Organized Band Of Convection With Strong To Severe Thunderstorms Were Moving Across The Deep South. With Plentiful Gulf Moisture And Upper Level
Dynamics...Additional Severe Weather And Flash Flooding Is
Possible. This Activity Will Continue Through Thursday Night.

The Severe Weather And Flash Flooding Hazards Will Be Much Less Of A Threat By Friday Morning...Meanwhile Most Of The Heavier
Precipitation Will Move Into The Mid-Atlantic Region. By Friday Night ...As The Frontal Boundary Pushes Offshore The Precipitation Shield Will Follow Suit And Begin To Taper Off Friday Night Into Saturday Morning.

Several Weak Pacific Fronts Will Push Through The Pacific
Northwest And Bring Scattered Rain And High Elevation Snow
Showers. On Friday Evening...A More Robust Frontal Boundary Will
Push Onshore And Bring Moderate Rain And Snow To The Northwest. This System Will Continue Over The Cascades And Move Into The Northern Intermountain States...And With It More Rain And Snow. At The End Of The Short Term Period...The Occluded System Will Begin To Push Into The Northern And Central Plains.

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