National Weather Outlook
National Weather Discussion
- Multiple periods of precipitation are forecast for the Northwest
- Light to moderate snow expected for the Great Lakes and interior Northeast
An active weather pattern will continue for the northwestern U.S., with a cold front moving through today and a warm front approaching on Monday. This will lead to rounds of precipitation there, with locally heavy rainfall and localized flooding possible in lower elevations by of the Pacific Northwest by Monday. Then in higher elevations of the Cascades and Rockies, snowfall could be measured in multiple feet.
A low pressure system will move across the Great Lakes region over the next couple of days, so snow is likely to spread across the Great Lakes and the interior Northeast. Snowfall of 3 to 6 inches is forecast, with locally higher amounts. On the backside of this frontal system, high winds are expected over parts of the Northern and Central Plains into the Upper Mississippi Valley. High Wind Warnings and Wind Advisories are in place for these areas. Other windy areas are expected to be Piedmont east of the Southern/Central Appalachians, as well as Southern California.
Most of the continental U.S. will have around or above average temperatures over the next couple of days. Florida is expected to be one cooler than average spot, where temperatures should remain near or less than 70 degrees for highs. Then the Central Rockies could be several degrees below average by Monday.
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