The stormy weather pattern will continue across the country this weekend. A coastal storm system will bring heavy snow to parts of New England by Saturday evening. Meanwhile, another strong winter storm will move from the Rockies to the Plains by Sunday, bringing blizzard conditions to Colorado. All the while, days of heavy rainfall could lead to river flooding and flash flooding in the Southeast.
NWS Headline: A cold front stalled across the eastern U.S. will bring moderate to heavy rainfall to parts of the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast on Monday and Tuesday, with freezing rain possible for parts of the Southeast. Meanwhile, much of the central and western U.S. will experience bitterly cold conditions, with temperatures 10-25 degrees below normal.
12z GFS at 6AM CST Christmas Morning. If you are north of the black line, you look to have 1+" of snow, making it a White Christmas. Yet, again, this is Voodoo Country. Therefore, this will change once the 18z is in.
Overnight: A large low pressure system over the Great Lakes and trailing cold front are bringing a variety of weather to the eastern half of the country tonight. Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories are in effect from South Dakota to Maine as snow and some areas of freezing rain are expected overnight. Further south, a line of thunderstorms stretches from Ohio to Texas with severe weather possible.
18z GFS at Noon CST on #Christmas Eve showing that the Tri-State, West Central IN, and East Central IL will be below 1" of snow meaning our chances of a White Christmas will be low. This all out in Voodoo Country, so things will be changing many times over. #tristatewx #INwx #ILwx
Blizzard Warnings, Winter Storm Warnings, and Winter Wx Advisories are up in the Northern Plains ahead of a major winter storm/blizzard. Could The Weather Channel be naming this one Caesar soon?
A series of storms feeding off of tropical moisture from the Pacific will continue to impact northern California and the Pacific Northwest through the weekend. Significant rainfall has already been reported, and more rain is on the way. In addition, damaging wind gusts and several feet of snow are forecast in the Sierra Nevada and Northern Rockies.
A series of storms feeding off of tropical moisture from the Pacific will continue to impact northern California and the Pacific Northwest into the weekend. Heavy rainfall and strong, gusty winds are forecast, with rainfall totals of 10-20 inches possible, along with several feet of snow in the Sierra Nevada and Northern Rockies.