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U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK

U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK


Sat 31 Jan 2015

...Snow & blowing snow will come to an end in central & eastern ME late this afternoon & tonight... ...Widespread significant snows expected across the Mid-MS Valley, Southern Great Lakes, Northern Mid-Atlantic, and New England today through Mon...

Ongoing snow in central & eastern ME will continue through late this afternoon & tonight before gradually coming to an end with additional accumulations of 2-4" possible. Gusty winds will allow areas of blowing & drifting snow to persist resulting in hazardous travel.

Snow developing tonight in eastern NE and southeastern SD will spread eastward to include much of the Mid-MS Valley, Southern Great Lakes, Northern Mid-Atlantic, and New England Sunday into Mon. In general, a swath of 4-10 inches of snow is expected in these areas before the snow tapers off from west to east by late Mon night. The main impacts with this system will be hazardous travel due to reduced visibilities and snow packed roadways though some blowing & drifting snow can be expected, especially from SD & NE eastward through IN.

An additional several inches of snow is possible in the higher terrain of central & northern NM through late this afternoon. Less than 1” of additional snow accumulation is expected in the lower elevations including Santa Fe with no snow expected in Albuquerque where primarily all rain is forecast to occur.

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  • U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
    ...Snow & blowing snow will come to an end in central & eastern ME late this afternoon & tonight... ...Widespread significant snows expected across the Mid-MS Valley, Southern Great Lakes, Northern Mid-Atlantic, and New England today through Mon...