Sunday, March 27, 2011

...on and on...
Stephen Bishop, 1977

Sunday, 3/27/2011 9:45 AM EDT

The upper level trough from yesterday will weaken over the Western Mountains as it hits the strong Arctic air mass in place over Plains States.

Yet another system will then move into Pacific Northwest tomorrow and then inland into the Northern Rockies Monday morning, bringing another round of moderate to heavy snowfall.

California and Oregon could possibly see snowfall of 8 to 12 inches. 4 to 8 could fall in the Rocky Mountain and associated areas.

They will both bring rain and mountain snow to the Pacific Northwest and the Intermountain West through Monday.
Snow showers will continue through tomorrow night across the High Plains.

Cold air in place north of a strong front in the southeastern United States will bring temps as much as 25 degrees below normal across much of the Central and Eastern US tomorrow. The Southeast will continue to be affected by showers and thunderstorms through Monday morning. Some if these storms could be severe over portions of The South.

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