...Light Snow Expected Across The Northeast This Weekend...
...Precipitation Likely Across The Southwest On Sunday Into Monday...
The Most Notable Event This Period Is Still The System Producing
Snow Across Much Of The Northeastern United States... Great
Lakes... And Ohio River Valley Through The Weekend.
The Heaviest Of The Snow Is Expected Across The New England Coastline This Evening With Accumulations In The Range Of 4 To 8 Inches...Pushing Offshore By Sunday Morning. Behind This... Lighter And More Scattered Snow Showers Should Continue Throughout The Day On Sunday Across Much Of New England... The Appalachians... And Upper Great Lakes.
Out West... A Few Shortwaves Are Expected To Move Onshore Saturday Evening. Onshore Moisture Advection Will Not Be Very Favorable ... So Coastal Rain And Higher Elevation Snow Should Be
Limited To Just Light And Scattered.
Behind This On Sunday... High Pressure Begins To Move In Making Much Of The West Dry Throughout The Weekend And Into The New Year. The Exception To This Will Be In The Southwest Where A Frontal System Pushing Into Southern California And Across Northern Mexico Could Spawn Some Scattered And Isolated Rain And Snow Showers Across The Southwestern States And Into The Southern Rockies On Sunday And Early Monday.
Towards The End Of The Forecast Period... The Remainder Of The
Energy In The Southwest Will Push Into The Southern Plains And
Combined With Return Flow From The Western Gulf Of Mexico... Could Produce Some Scattered Rain Across Texas On Sunday Evening.
As Another System Approaches From The North... Precipitation Will
Move East Into The Southern Plains And Southern Mississippi River
Valley On Monday Morning. Most Of This Precipitation Will Remain
As Rain Except Where Near Freezing Morning Temperatures Across The Northern Extent Of This Precipitation Area Could Favor Some Wet
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