US Short Range Weather to Mar 13

***Heavy Rain And Storms For The Deep South***

***Snow In The Upper Midwest And Northern Great Lakes***

***Rain And Snow Moving Into The Pacific Northwest***

The Main Weather Maker For The Beginning Of The Work Week Will Be A Surface Moving Through The Great Lakes Region And Into Southern Quebec.

With The Strength Of The Surface Low Remaining Steady, There Will Be Enough Mid To Upper Level Dynamics Along The Trailing Cold Front To Support A Large Area Of Moderate To Heavy Precipitation.

This Front Will Be Able To Tap Deep Moisture From The Gulf Of Mexico Northward, And This Is Expected To Result In A Round Of Heavy Rainfall With A Few Strong Storms Across The Deep South And Into The Southeast U.S.

Over The Ohio River Valley And Mid-Atlantic, Moderate Rainfall
Will Also Be Possible As This Frontal Boundary Slowly Moves
Eastward. Some Of This Moisture Is Expected To Be Drawn Into The
Cold Air Mass Behind The Frontal Boundary Across The Upper Midwest And Northern Michigan, Where Winter Storm Warnings Are In Effect. This Will Also Extend Into Southern Ontario And Quebec.

In The Pacific Northwest, Light Showers Are Expected To Affect The
Coastal Region Through Sunday Night. By Monday, More Significant
Moisture Is Expected To Reach The Region And Will Interact With A
Frontal Boundary That Is Expected To Become Stationary.

Precipitation Is Expected To Develop Along This Boundary And Will
Bring Rain And Mountain Snow From The Cascades In Washington To The Northern Rockies. The Higher Elevations Where Upslope Flow Is The Greatest Will Likely Have Periods Of Heavy Snow Through

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