In the western U.S., too little snow in the mountains means devastating drought. Now, a continent’s worth of mountain snow can be measured.
Sunny, and cooler, today than yesterday.
A beautiful start to this Tuesday ended with a batch of showers and some brief gusty winds.
Low pressure is tracking a few hundred miles offshore. But, it’s the upper low that has been responsible for a couple of snow showers towards the coast.
A cold weekend on tap for the entire region! Well below normal temperatures are in store for both Saturday and Sunday.
Seriously there are some widely scattered snow showers in Saturday’s forecast.
A warm front will get nudged northeastward over the next several hours, allowing for a surge of warmer air by tomorrow afternoon.
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High pressure will shift off the East Coast tomorrow, turning our flow southeasterly. A warm front will approach from the southwest, bringing a passing shower and struggle to get through tomorrow night.
It has been an interesting morning.
Spring is officially here, but today didn’t look or feel like the arrival of spring one bit as measurable snow fell across the region.
It’s the first day of spring, but winter weather arrived instead.