US Short Range Weather to Nov 28

Snow Is Expected From The Lower Ohio Valley Toward The Upper
Mid-Atlantic Region...

Severe Weather Will Be Possible Over Sections Of The Western
Gulf Coast On Monday...

Lake-Effect Snows Should Continue The Next Couple Of Days
Especially Downwind Of Lakes Superior And Huron...

The Upper Pattern Across The Conus Will Remain Rather High
Amplitude With A Ridge Anchoring The Eastern Pacific While An
Expansive Trough Dominates To Its East.

The Latter Synoptic Feature Has Allowed Modified Arctic Air To Work Its Way Into Much Of The Central And Eastern U.S. The Coldest Air Remains Over The North-Central Section Of The Nation As Highs In The Teens Will Be Commonplace On Monday.

The Progressive Flow Aloft Should Allow The Myriad Of Disturbances To Quickly Track From Western/Central Canada Down Into The Middle Of The U.S. In Particular...This Northern Branch Of The Jet Is Forecast To Carry An Impulse From The Northern Rockies Southeastward Toward The Upper Great Lakes. Such A System Will Bring A Few Inches Of Snow From Central Wyoming Into The Middle Of Nebraska Through Monday Morning.

Looking Down Into The Southern Stream...A Weak Trough Ejecting Through Mexico Will Eventually Emerge Across The Western Gulf By Early To Midday Monday. This Should Allow Return Flow To Commence Aiding In Thunderstorm Development Across The Lower Mississippi Valley.

The Latest Storm Prediction Center Outlook Highlights A Region From
Southeast Texas Up Into Northern Louisiana/Southern Arkansas In A
Risk For Severe Storms On Monday. This Frontal System Should Then
Lift Toward The North And East Carrying Its Precipitation Shield Into The Mid-Atlantic. At This Point....Additional Lift By The Aforementioned Energy Tracking From The Northern Rockies To The Great Lakes Should Expand The Precipitation A Bit To The North And West. Further...Enough Cold Air In Place Should Allow A Few Inches Of Snow To Fall From Southern Ohio Up Into The Central Appalachians And Nearing The I-95 Corridor Of Pennsylvania/New York.

Elsewhere...While Being Embedded Within The Stream Of Energy
Aloft...The Great Lakes Can Expect Periods Of Snow Showers The
Next Couple Of Days. Broad Westerly Flow Bringing The Modified
Arctic Air Atop A Mild Lake Surface Will Support Snow Downwind Of
The Lakes. In Particular...Lakes Superior And Huron Appear To Have
The Best Wind Trajectories To Allow The Highest Snowfall
Accumulations. The Hpc Winter Weather Desk Currently Suggests 2 To 4 Inches Will Be Possible Over This Region.

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