***Blizzard Conditions Continue For The Northern Plains***
***Stormy Weather For The Gulf Coast And The Southeast***
***Wintry Mix Likely For New England On Monday***
An Occluded Low Pressure System Tracking Northeastward Through The Upper Midwest Is Creating Blizzard Conditions For The Dakotas And Into Parts Of Minnesota. Plenty Of Cold Air In Place Over This
Region Is Also Making It Feel Wintry With Low Chill Values. Most
Of The Heavier Snow Should Be Into Ontario By Monday With Some
Lingering Snow Showers Remaining Over The Upper Midwest And Great Lakes.
With The Main Low Tracking Into Canada On Monday, The Trailing
Cold Front From This Low Is Forecast To Progress Rapidly Eastbound Through The Ohio Valley And Then The Mid-Atlantic Region By Monday Night. Strong Warm Air Advection Ahead Of The Cold Front Will Increase Moisture Levels Sufficiently Enough To Allow For A Swath Of Moderate To Locally Heavy Rainfall Over Parts Of The Deep South And Southeast States. Strong To Severe Thunderstorms Will Also Be Possible Near The Gulf Coast As Instability And Wind Shear Will Be Present.
Over The Northeast U.S., More Bad News In The Winter Weather
Department As Sleet And Freezing Rain Will Be Possible Along The
Appalachians In Pennsylvania And New York, And Also Interior Parts
Of New England On Monday Before Changing To Light Rain As Warmer Air Works Its Way Northward. By Early Tuesday, The Cold Front And Any Associated Precipitation Should Clear The Mid-Atlantic And New England Coasts. A Few Lake Effects Snow Showers Should Still Linger Through The Forecast Period.
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