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Large Pattern Change To Bring A Taste Of Spring To The East This Coming Week

Hello everyone! As last night’s Northeast snow storm races quickly into the Canadian Maritimes, our attention now shifts to a system dropping into the Pacific Northwest which will bring rain and mountain snow to that part of the country, but more importantly will usher in a large scale pattern change that will bring cool and unsettled weather back to the Rockies while the East basks in springlike warmth. Along the boundary between seasons, stormy weather is expected with some flooding issues possible in parts of the Plains due to several rounds of heavy rain over the next several days. GOES-East


Quick Hitting System To Bring A Burst Of Snow In Parts Of The Northeast And Mid Atlantic This Evening Into Tonight

Hello everyone! After several days of quiet weather, a fast-moving system will brifely return parts of the East to winter-like conditions this evening into tonight as snow falls heavily at times for some areas. While our strongly zonal pattern discussed a couple days ago will ensure this system doesn’t stick around for more than 6-8 hours at any given place, some spots in Southern New England could see a half foot of snow fall in that time. I’ll go over some of the factors driving this system, as well as what to expect in the way of accumulations and impacts.