...Unsettled Weather Will Continue To Accompany A Complex Frontal
System Moving Towards The Eastern U.S....
...High Pressure Will Keep The Western U.S. Dry And Quiet...
Unsettled Weather Will Continue To Accompany An Upper Trough As It Swings Out Of The Southern Rockies Monday Night And Moves
Northeastward During The Short Range Period.
The Heaviest Precipitation Will Be Over The Southern Tier...Where Increasing Amounts Of Moist Southerly Flow Ahead Of The Trough Will Interact With A Complex Surface System Progressing Eastward From The Southern Plains To The Southeastern U.S.. Lighter Precipitation Is Expected Farther North...But Temperatures Will Be Low Enough To Support Snow...Resulting In A Swath Of Accumulations From Kansas Eastward Into Southern Indiana.
However...These Snowfall Totals Will Not Be Impressive Compared To Snows From Recent Storms That Past Through The Region. By Wednesday Morning...The Upper Trough Supporting This System Should Become Extremely Sheared Out...And Precipitation Should Become Fairly Minimal As The Front Clears The Mid-Atlantic And Southeast Coast.
High Pressure Holding Strong Over The Rockies Will Keep Much Of
The Western U.S. Dry And Quiet For The First Few Days Of The New
However...A Piece Of Energy Dropping South Along The Coast Could Help Squeeze Out Very Light And Isolated Showers Over The Favored Slopes Of The Oregon Terrain On Tuesday. Also...A Few Light Snow Showers Will Accompany A Moisture Starved Frontal System As It Streaks Southeastward Out Of Canada And Into The North Central U.S.
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