Snow is falling this morning from Ohio to Vermont and parts of western Maine. We will see that band of snow continue but end from southwest to Northeast today. Areas of Ontario, western NY and the Northeast will see 1-6 inches of wet snow today, just like we saw overnight.
The dam bursting high wind event is beginning to evolve. Pressures are building up on the west slopes of the Appalachians and Hot Springs, VA just had a gust over 30 mph as the front started to break over the mountains. We will see low topped thunderstorms with strong winds across the Mid-Atlantic today. As expected, SPC did put out a slight risk for severe storms.
Next, severe weather will hit the South Friday into Saturday. Flooding rains and the potential for tornadoes will occur from Texas to Alabama. That same storm will intensify along the Northeast coast and bring gales and heavy rains to New England Sunday.
Another major severe weather event is possible in the Plains next week as the pattern begins to change back to more spring normal’s.