Weekly Highlights – Active Week with Clippers and Weekend Snowstorm

This week will be active across the Great Lakes and Northeast with clippers moving through. At least 3 of them will move through with light snow and snow showers. A skinny band of snow may develop across the Ohio Valley into the Mid-Atlantic. Models seem to be in agreement on the snow swath but thinking it will change overtime.

The Pacific Northwest will get active with a series of storms moving through. Heavy rains could cause flooding across western Washington and Oregon and in the western mountains, expect heavy snow at times this week. Eventually, a storm will come out of the West into the Plains and produce a swath heavy snow and blowing snow across the Northern Plains. That storm will also lead to potential severe weather in the Tennessee Valley next weekend.

Latest on the Snow and Ice

Heavy sleet continues across central and northeast Pennsylvania. Some area have had over an inch of sleet. Freezing rain is hitting parts of northern NJ into southern New England. The snow coming out of Michigan will merge into the storm to heal create heavier snows from Ontario through NY, VT, NH, ME and New England. Most areas will see 4-12 inches of snow with some local amounts up to 15 inches. Roads will be snow covered and icy depending on location. Expect poor travel today. The snow will end by tonight.

Tornadoes May Hit Louisiana into Mississippi Saturday
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