...Severe Thunderstorms Possible Over The Middle Mississippi
...Temperatures Will Be 10 To 25 Degrees Below Average For The
Northern/Central High Plains...
...Heavy Snow Possible Over Parts Of The Upper Midwest...
Storm Over The Upper Midwest Will Move Northeastward To James Bay By Tuesday. The Associated Front Will Move Slowly From The Middle Mississippi Valley/Southern Plains To The Lower Great
Lakes/Southern Plains By Tuesday Morning. The System Will Produce Moderate Snow Over The Upper Midwest That Will Move Into Western Ontario By Monday Evening.
Showers And Thunderstorms Will Develop Along And Ahead Of The Boundary ... From The Middle Mississippi Valley To Ohio Valley/ Central Appalachians By Tuesday. Light To Moderate Rain Will Develop Over Parts Of The Upper Mississippi Valley That Will Move Into Parts Of The Northeast.
Along The Western End Of The Front Over The Southwest/Great Basin
... Upper-Level Energy Will Sink Southward To Central California/ Great Basin By Tuesday Morning. The Energy Will Aid In The Development Of Snow Over Parts Of The Northern Rockies To The
Higher Elevations Of The Pacific Northwest That Will Move
Southeastward To The Central Rockies/Central High Plains And
Northern California/Great Basin By Tuesday.
Meanwhile ... Warm Front Over The Central/Eastern Gulf Coast Will
Mover To The Southeast Before Beginning To Move Off The Southeast
Coast By Tuesday. The System Will Produce Showers And
Thunderstorms With Moderate Rain As It Moves Eastward To The
Southeast Coast By Monday Morning ... That Will Wane To A Small
Pocket Of Showers And Thunderstorms Over The Southeast By Tuesday Morning.
An Area Of Rain Will Also Develop Over Parts Of The Southern Appalachians That Will Slowly End On Monday Night.
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