...Locations From The Northern Plains To The Mid-Atlantic And New
England States Will Continue To Get A Dose Of Old Man Winter This
...A Relatively Tranquil Period With Respect To Precipitation Is
Expected Across Much Of The Western Half Of The Nation...
Locations From The Northern Plains To The Mid-Atlantic And New
England States Will Continue To Get A Good Dose Of Old Man Winter
This Weekend And Heading Into The Beginning Of The Work Week.
Weak Disturbances Within A Broad Upper Trough Over The Eastern
U.S. Will Bring Reinforcing Shots Of Cooler Air As They Drop
Southeastward Out Of Canada.
In Addition To The Cold...These Disturbances Will Keep Light Snow Showers In The Forecast For Much Of The Northeastern Quadrant Of The Country. A Lack Of Moisture Across The Region Should Really Limit Any Significant Snowfall Accumulations...But Some Heavier Snows Will Certainly Be Possible Along The Favored Shores Of The Great Lakes As Well As Along The Upslope Side Of The Central Appalachians.
Also...A Surface Low Tracking Northward Off The Mid-Atlantic And Northeast Coasts Sunday And Monday Could Lead To Some Accumulating Snows Over Coastal New England.
Meanwhile...A Relatively Tranquil Period With Respect To
Precipitation Is Expected Across Much Of The Western Half Of The
Weak Shortwave Energy Moving Through The Southwest Could
Trigger A Few Scattered Rain And Snow Showers...Especially Once
The Energy Crosses Into The Southern Plains On Monday.
To The North...An Approaching Pacific System Will Bring A Chance For
Precipitation Into The Extreme Northwestern Corner Of The Country.
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