US Short Range Weather to Feb 19

...A Developing Coastal Storm Could Brush Long Island And New
England With Moderate Snows Late Today Into Sunday...

Through The Evening A Swath Light To Moderate Snow Is Forecast To
Drift Eastward Across The Coastal Mid Atlantic Region Behind A
Strong Cold Front That Cleared The Coast Earlier.

A Surface Low Developing Along The Front Is Expected To Rapidly Intensify As It Tracks Northward Along The Mid Atlantic And Northeast Coasts Tonight/Tomorrow As A Potent Piece Of Energy Rounds The Base Of The Upper Trough Centered Over The Eastern U.S.

While This Powerful Storm Is Expected To Track Enough Far Enough East To Keep The Majority Of The Heavy Precipitation Offshore...Light To Moderate Snows Are Likely Across Long Island...Coastal New England Into Interior Maine Tonight And Tomorrow Before The System Spins Through The Canadian Maritimes Tomorrow Night.

Elsewhere Across The Nation...A Strong Pacific Front Will Push
Through The Northern And Central Rockies Into The Plains But Lack
The Moisture Through Most Of The Period To Produce Any Widespread Heavy Precipitation.

Scattered Showers Are Expected To Develop Late In The Period Across The Mid And Lower Mississippi Valley As The System Begins To Interact With Moisture Streaming North From The Gulf Of Mexico...A Prelude To Better Organized/Heavier Amounts Expected To Develop Late Monday.

Further West...Scattered/Light Precipitation Is Expected To Return
To Northwest Washington On Monday Ahead Of The Next System
Approaching The Pacific Coast.

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