...A Parade Of Fast Moving Systems Will Continue To Deliver Cold
Air And Light Snows From The Upper Midwest To The Northeast/Mid
...A Relatively Tranquil Period With Respect To Precipitation Is
Expected Across Much Of The Western Half Of The Nation...
A Broad Upper Trough Centered Over The Eastern U.S. Will Keep
Winter Intact From The Great Lakes To The Mid-Atlantic And New
Weak Clipper Systems Dropping Out Of Canada And Rotating Around The Trough Will Bring Reinforcing Shots Of Cooler Air Along With Light Snows Across The Region.
A Lack Of Moisture Should Limit The Threat For Widespread Significant Snowfall Accumulations...But The Warmer Waters Of The Lakes Should Help Produce Some Heavier Snows Along The Favored Shores Of The Great Lakes.
Also...Some More Impressive Accumulations Are Expected Over The Upslope Side Of The Central Appalachians.
Over The Southern Tier...Weak Energy Aloft Exiting Out Of The Rockies Sunday Night Should Help Trigger Some Scattered Rain
Showers Across The Southern Plains On Monday.
Initially...Any Precipitation With This Feature Will Be Light...But As The Energy Progresses Eastward And Draws Up Some Gulf Moisture... Some Heavier Rains And Maybe Even A Few Rumbles Of Thunder Will Be Possible Over The Lower Mississippi Valley.
Meanwhile...High Pressure Set Up Over The Western U.S. Will Allow
The Relatively Tranquil Period To Continue For Much Of The Region.
An Exception To This Will Be Across The Pacific Northwest And
Northern Rockies...Where An Approaching Cold Front Will Bring An
Increased Chance For Some Light Mountain Snows And Lower Elevation Rains.
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