***Strong Thunderstorms For Texas And The Deep South***
***Blizzard Conditions For Parts Of The Central Plains***
***Pleasant Weather For The Eastern U.S.***
A Well-Defined Surface Low Tracking From The Central Plains To The
Great Lakes Region Will Be The Main Weather Maker Through Monday.
This System Will Have A Strong Cold Front Associated With It That
Will Track Across Texas And Into The Deep South Through The End Of
The Weekend. Ahead Of This Front, A Concentrated Area Of Moderate
To Heavy Rain Is Likely To Develop, Along With Embedded
Thunderstorms. The Best Chance Of Any Severe Weather Would Be
South Of The Interstate 40 Corridor From Eastern Texas To
Mississippi. Farther North, Limited Instability Will Limit The Number Of Thunderstorms That Develop.
On The Northwest Side Of Said Low Pressure System, A Swath Of
Wintry Weather Can Be Expected From Eastern Colorado To Minnesota.
Blizzard Conditions May Be Realized At Times Over Parts Of
Colorado, Kansas, And Nebraska As A Strong Pressure Gradient Leads To Windy Conditions. By Monday, Moderate To Heavy Snow Is Likely For Parts Of The Upper Midwest As A Deformation Zone Develops Northwest Of The Surface Low.
Elsewhere, High Pressure Ridging Ahead Of The Stormy Weather
Affecting The Central U.S. Should Keep The East Coast Mild And
Mainly Dry For The Rest Of The Weekend.
In The Pacific Northwest, A Stationary Front Near The Coast Could Bring A Few Rounds Of Light Showers Into Parts Of Washington And Oregon By Sunday.
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