Monday, March 28, 2011

...lather, rinse, repeat...


Monday, 3/28/2011, 12:45 PM EDT


Once again, another Pacific impulse in the onshore jet will move onto the Pacific Northwest, bringing precip, then cross The Intermountain area tonight, bringing snow to the Rockies as well as the Northern Plains. Colorado should receive the greatest snowfall from this, while parts of South Dakota and Nebraska may get up to 4 inches of snow. There is an Avalanche Watch in the Pacific Northwest. A snowboarder has already perished.

The front over the southeastern United States will hang around for the next few days, while very cold air stays over much of the central and eastern United States, bringing double-digit temps below normal to these areas.

Thunderstorms, rain, and snow showers will be present in the Southeast and the southern Mid-Atlantic this morning. They should be gone by this evening.

There is a slight risk of severe thunderstorms across parts of the West. There were over 150 reports of wind and hail yesterday from The Deep South. Florida should see persistent showers and thunderstorms all day today. (Advisor Lear)

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