United States.- The weather forecast center National Weather Service’s forecast of conditions light snow And the blizzard is gradually reducing in the northern plains today Friday.
heavy snow They will affect parts of the inland Northeast through the beginning of the weekend. whereas, enters the mid-north with far below average temperatures America on Sunday.
a winter storm Large and important over the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest. The Midwest is expected to weaken today after several consecutive days of production heavy snowfall and strong winds throughout the region.
snow with the showers should gradually abate later this afternoon ice Scattered across the remainder of the upper Midwest and Great Lakes for tonight.
gusts of wind Will create capability for speeds of up to 50 mph blizzard conditions about this morning Dakota and the Eastern Mountains. almost zero visibility and ice Drift on the roads can make travel treacherous.
In the Far East, a separate north-moving low pressure system is forecast to form Atlantic Coast The meridian will strengthen today and slowly push northeastward through the weekend.
while doing it, snow heavy probably throughout the interior northeast and new England As the Atlantic flows towards the mass of humidity cold breeze found in the area.
Heavy sleet up to two feet of snow is possible over the higher terrain of the Adirondacks as well as the Green and White Mountains. high snow rate Sometimes this can lead to a rapid deterioration in travel conditions.
storm warnings are in effect and expanding from the northeast Pennsylvania for Maine. The main type of precipitation is expected for major I-95 cities near the coast, which could be heavy at times.
opposite of this, gusts of wind Along the coast they can reach 50 mph and cause power outages, as well as strong waves and coastal flooding.
As the system begins to move away from New England on Saturday, expect winds To develop from the west-southwest and create an environment for strong lake-effect ice bands, especially downstream of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.
a narrow two to three foot lake effect corridor snow possible on the Tug Hill Plateau, with about a foot expected near Buffalo, New York, A Lake Effect Snow Warning has been issued.
Elsewhere, a continuous frontal boundary through southern Florida there should be a chance of rain and lightning storm Rain is expected across much of the peninsula on Sunday before an upper-level trough arrives over the southern half of the Sunshine State on Saturday.
in the corner opposite to the lower 48, a strong cold front Moving south from British Columbia, light to moderate snow can occur from the Pacific Northwest to the northern Rockies.
snow level They will likely be fairly low behind the Arctic front, causing light accumulation along the coast and over more populated areas of western Washington.
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this cold front It would also be responsible for ushering in well-below-average temperatures over the northern plains on Sunday. Highs are expected to reach only single digits, with lows below zero.
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