U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
SUN FEB 14, 2016
...Snow from the Dakotas southeastward into the OH Valley and a wintry mix begins tonight in portions of the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast...
Snowfall will impact the Dakotas, southern MN, IA, southern IL, southern IN, southern OH, KY, northern TN, much of MO, and northern AR. The heaviest swath of snow will occur today through tonight with 2-5 (locally 6) inches possible. Southern portions of the impacted region in MO and northern AR will see 1-3 inches of snow and glaze of ice. Slick to hazardous road conditions expected today.
A developing winter storm will begin impacting notheastern GA northward through the western Carolinas, eastern TN, and VA tonight with 1-3 inches of snow before a change to freezing rain and sleet Mon morning. These areas will eventually change to rain which will continue through Tue. This storm will impact inland areas farther north of Washington DC through interior portions of PA, NY, and New England Mon and Tue.
Elsewhere, generally quiet conditions are expected and wind chills in the Northeast will gradually imrpove this afternoon through the overnight.
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