...A Clipper System will race across the Great Lakes...
...Rain for the Southern Plains...
A fast moving Clipper System will race across the Great Lakes with the associated front moving across the Upper Midwest to the
Mid-Atlantic/Southern Plains by Sunday. The storm will produce rain over the Great Lakes moving into the Lower Great Lakes/Northern Appalachians by Saturday evening. The storm will produce snow over parts of interior Northern New England on Saturday evening into Sunday morning. Light snow will also develop behind the system over parts of the Upper Great Lakes and lake effect rain showers downwind from the Great Lakes Saturday night into Sunday.
Meanwhile, upper-level energy over Southwest/Southern Rockies will move eastward to the Central Gulf Coast by Sunday. The energy will develop a wave of low pressure along the western end of the aforementioned front over the Southern Plains Saturday afternoon into evening. The energy will produce highest elevation snow over parts of the Central Rockies on Friday evening, with showers and thunderstorms developing over parts of the Southern Rockies into the Southern High Plains by Saturday morning. Showers and thunderstorms will develop along and ahead of the front over the Southern Plains into the Central Gulf Coast Saturday evening into
Another boundary will move southeastward out of West Central Canada Saturday night into Sunday. The system will produce light rain over parts of the Northern High Plains on Sunday morning.
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