US Short Range Weather to Jan 18

...Soaking Rains Will Continue Across The Southeast And Mid-Atlantic States Through Wednesday Morning...

...Freezing Rain Will Be Possible Over Portions Of The Lower
Mississippi To The Northern Appalachians...

...Temperatures Will Be 10 To 15 Degrees Below Average Over The
Lower Mississippi Valley...

A Deep Upper-Level Trough Over The Plains Will Move Eastward To
The Great Lakes/Central Gulf Coast By Thursday. The Associated
Front Extends From The Southern Mid-Atlantic To The Central Gulf
Coast Will Slowly Move South And Eastward To The Carolinas And The Eastern Gulf Coast As Waves Of Low Pressure Travel Along The
Boundary Through Thursday Morning.

The System Will Produce Light To Moderate Rain From Parts Of The Tennessee Valley To The Mid-Atlantic Through Wednesday Morning.

The Rain Will Be Light On Wednesday From The Central Gulf Coast To The Mid-Atlantic Becoming Light To Moderate Over Parts Of The Carolinas And The Interior Eastern Gulf Coast On Thursday Morning.

Pockets Of Freezing Rain And Snow Will Develop Along The Northwest Side Of The Precipitation Shield From The Lower Mississippi Valley To Parts Of The Northern Appalachians Through Wednesday Afternoon. Snow Will Also Develop Over Parts Of The Northeast And Move Off The Coast By Later Wednesday Night.

A Front Over South-Central Canada Will Move Southeastward To The
Lower Great Lakes/Ohio Valley Then Extend Northwestward To The
Northern High Plains By Thursday. The Storm Will Produce Light
Snow Over Parts Of The Northern Plains/Central Rockies That Will
Move Eastward To The Lower Great Lakes/Northeast By Thursday
Morning. Behind The Boundary Lake Effect Snow Will Develop Over
Parts Of Northern Michigan Also By Thursday Morning.

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