US Short Range Weather to Mar 27

...Heavy Wet Snow For Parts Of The Northern Mid-Atlantic To Long

...Below Average Temperatures Will Continue East Of The Rockies
Into The Early Part Of This Week...But Otherwise A Very Quiet
Weather Pattern Will Develop...

The Late Season Winter Storm That Has Affected Locations From The
Central High Plains To The Midwest Is On Its Way To The East Coast
With A Heavy Wet Snow Expected. Accumulations Will Be Elevation
Dependent With Higher Elevations Seeing Higher Accumulations... Versus Locations In And Around The I-95 Corridor Which May Only See A Few Inches...Since Snowfall Is Expected To Have A Difficult Time Accumulating With Surface Temperatures Above Freezing... Especially During Daylight Hours On Monday.

An Area Of Low Pressure Is Currently Organizing Along The South
Carolina Coastline And Is Forecast To Parallel The East Coast As
It Deepens And Moves North Tonight...All The While Staying Just
Offshore. Expect Winds To Pick Up Over Long Island Into Southern
New England Late In The Day On Monday As The Low Strengthens.

A Very Anomalous Cold Airmass Is Currently In Place Across A Good
Portion Of The U.S. To The East Of The Rockies And Will Help Precipitation To Fall In The Form Of Snow Through Tonight In And
Around The I-95 Corridor.

The Tricky Part Of The Forecast Comes During The Day Tomorrow... When A Strong Late March Sun Will Allow Temperatures Near The Surface To Warm And Allow Melting And Perhaps A Rain/Snow Mix...Limiting Further Accumulations.

The Higher Elevations Of The Central Appalachians Will See All
Snow...And Even Some Upslope Snow Showers Through Tuesday... Well After The Strong East Coast Low Has Departed.

With The Exception Of Some Lake Effect Snow Showers And Upslope Snow Into The West Facing Slopes Of The Appalachians...Much Of The Country Will Be Precipitation Free Into The Middle Of The Week.

Out West...A Pair Of Upper Level Disturbances Are Expected To
Impact Locations From Northern California Into The Pacific Northwest With Scattered Light Rain And Higher Elevation Snow Showers Beginning Monday Night. The Flow Of Moisture Off Of The Pacific Is Not Ideal...Which Will Limit Precipitation Totals.

Across The Tennessee And Ohio Valleys...Ongoing Thunderstorms Will Weaken Overnight Tonight With The Loss Of Daytime Heating And

The Remaining Location For Showers And Storms Will Be With A Cold Front Pressing Through Florida...But Even Here...The Best Moisture And Forcing For Storms Will Slide To The Florida Keys For Tomorrow And Well South Into The Caribbean For Tuesday.

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