US Short Range Weather to Feb 12

...Another Blizzard Is On Tap For The Lower 48...Starting Tonight
Across The Central And Northern Plains...

...Severe Storms Possible Across The South Tonight Into Sunday...

...Wintry Mix Expected For New England Early Monday...

An Active Weather Pattern Will Continue Into Early This Week With
Multiple Areas To Focus On.

A Strong Upper Level System Will Emerge Into The Central Plains Tonight With A Strengthening Surface Low Tracking Out Of Eastern Colorado...Reaching The U.P. Of Michigan By Monday Morning.

As The Sfc Low Tracks Through The Plains Tonight...Winds Will Increase From The North Which Will Pull Cold Air Southward And Allow Snow To Overspread Locations North And West Of The Low.

By Sunday Morning...Winds Are Expected To Be Steady 20 To 40 Mph With Higher Gusts Generating Perilous Travel Conditions.

Snowfall Accumulations Will Be Highest From The Nebraska Panhandle Into The Northern Half Of Minnesota With 6-12 Inches Likely...Along With Locally Higher Amounts.

On The Warm Side Of The Surface Low...The Rapid Transfer Of
Warm/Moist Air Will Flow From The Gulf Of Mexico Will Fuel The
Potential For Thunderstorms Ahead Of The Cold Front Associated
With The Central/Northern Plains Surface Low.

Some Of These Storms Could Be Severe As Highlighted By The Storm Prediction Center From Southern Oklahoma And Central Texas Into The Lower Mississippi Valley.

As The Storm System Moves East...There Is A Good Chance Locations From Southern Louisiana Into Northwestern Georgia Will
See 1-2 Inches Of Rain By Monday Night.

As The Storm System Reaches The Eastern U.S....Cold Air Will Still
Be In Place Across Portions Of The Central Appalachians Into New
England.

As An Axis Of Warm/Moist Air Ahead Of The Approaching Cold Front Reaches The Northeast...A Wintry Mix Of Snow...Sleet...And Freezing Rain Is Forecast To Impact Some Of The Same Regions That Were Impacted By The New England Blizzard Friday Night. However...Most Locations Should See An Eventual Changeover To All Rain By Later In The Day On Monday.

Out West...Persistent Upper Level Troughing Will Keep Cooler Than
Average Temperatures In Place Over And West Of The Rockies.
Scattered Snow Showers Will Be Common...Especially In Upslope
Favored Terrain From The Northern Rockies Down Toward The Four
Corners Region.


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