United States.- The weather forecast center A big report from the National Weather Service storm system which already brings heavy snow Westward rains in the mountains and coastal areas will start turning into plains on Monday.
Winter precipitation for the Interior Northeast today with some snow accumulation expected. episodes of rain medium to strong as possible rain And the storm continues south.
powerful snow Mountain and coastal rain will continue west on Sunday under the influence of a deep upper-level trough wave of humidity Which extends from the Pacific region to the region.
extra snow Generally between 6-12 inches, locally higher, are possible through Monday for the Great Basin Mountains, central Rockies, Arizona and southern California.
snow More intense will continue in California’s Sierra Nevada with several feet expected. While most of the significant snow should remain in the higher mountain areas, some light snow is possible in the interior basins, especially in the northern Great Basin.
heavy rain A strong Pacific moisture surge associated with an atmospheric river will move coastal intensification from central California into southern California on Sunday.
There is a slight risk of extreme rainfall for the transversal and peninsular regions of Southern California, where locally high totals of 2-3+ inches could result in scattered instances of flash flooding, especially areas around the burn trail In.
in addition to heavy snow and rainStrong winds will also remain a concern. Wind advisories remain in effect for parts of the central and southern Great Basin and California, where winds could exceed 45 mph on Sunday.
high temperature They will remain 10 to 20 degrees below average from an upper level trough. A strong surface development will begin in the lee of the Rocky Mountains early Monday as the upper level trough continues eastward.
The moisture will start moving northwards over the plains ahead of a developing warm front and a developing cold front.
Unusually high moisture returns along with the development of surface fronts strong system Mobility will help initiate widespread rain and storms. There is a slight risk of extreme rain Monday for parts of southern Kansas, Oklahoma and northern Texas, where heavy rain could occur. accompany some storms
to the north, the vigilance of winter storm They are in effect in parts of northern and central plains as snowfall has started from Monday night.
Although its greatest effect Storm They are still outside the current forecast period, with widespread heavy snow expected for blizzard conditions and interests should continue to monitor the latest forecasts.
Strong downwind ahead of the system will drive 10-20 degrees above average for parts of the high plains, with 50 and 60 degrees more widely expected across the central and southern plains.
Very cool temperatures in the late teens and 20s will begin to spread south across the northern plains on Monday. A fast-moving upper-level wave to the northeast with an accompaniment cold front The surface will bring a chance of rain and wind showers on Sunday.
Locally higher 4 to 6 inches of snow are forecast for the higher elevations of the Berkshires and Catskills. Light accumulation of 1 to 2 inches will be possible for inland portions of western New England and the northern mid-Atlantic from New York to central Pennsylvania.
While locations in the Mid-Atlantic closest to the coast should see mostly rain, some snow could be found later Sunday afternoon.
High temperatures are expected to remain slightly cooler than average, in the 20s and 30s for New England, in the 30s and 40s for the Mid-Atlantic, and in the 50s for the Carolinas.
The small disturbance moving along the southern boundary moving slowly to the south will continue to help in initiating torrential rain and thundershowers over the areas with moderate to heavy rain on Sunday.
There is a slight risk of extreme rainfall for portions of southwestern Mississippi, along the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coasts, where storms moving more or less parallel to the front could cause locally more intense storm totals and one or two isolated flash floods. There may be different cases. ,
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Temperatures will be slightly cooler north of the front, which have recently been in the low 60s to high 70s.
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