US Short Range Weather to Jan 19

...Snow Is Expected Over Parts Of The Southeast Into Parts Of The
Northern Mid-Atlantic...

...Heavy Precipitation Is Possible Over The Southern Appalachians
And The Carolinas...

A Front Extending From The Mid-Atlantic Southward To The Eastern
Gulf Coast Will Have A Wave Of Low Pressure Develop Over The
Southeast/Eastern Gulf Coast That Will Move Northward To Western
South Carolina By Late Thursday Afternoon. Overnight Thursday The Storm Will Move Off The Southern Mid-Atlantic Coast And Out Over The Western Atlantic By Friday Morning.

Snow Will Develop Over Parts Of The Interior Central Gulf Coast That Will Become Heavy Snow Over The Southern Appalachians By Thursday Afternoon And Over Parts Of The Central Appalachians By Thursday Evening. The Snow Will Move Off The Mid-Atlantic Coast Early Friday Morning.

In Addition ... Rain Will Develop Over Parts Of The Central Gulf Coast To The Mid-Atlantic That Will Become Moderate To Heavy Rain On Thursday ... Moving Off The Carolina Coast Overnight Thursday.

A Front Over The Great Lakes Will Move Eastward Off The Northeast
Coast By Late Thursday Night. The System Will Produce Light Snow
Over Parts Of The Great Lakes Into The Interior Northeast Before
Ending Thursday Afternoon.

Behind The Boundary ... Lake Effect Snow Will Develop Over Parts Of The Great Lakes Thursday Into Friday.

A Third Front That Is Quasi-Stationary Over The Northern High Plains Will Aid In The Development Of Light Snow Over The Northern Plains Into The Upper Mississippi Valley Thursday Into Friday.

Elsewhere ... Strong High Pressure Over The Rockies May Trigger
Windy Conditions Over Parts Of Southern California.

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