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A Winter Storm Will Impact New England Tonight Through Christmas Day; An Ice & Snow Threat Exists For Tennessee, Northern Mississippi, Northern Alabama, Northern Georgia, The Carolinas, The Mid-Atlantic States & Possibly The Northeastern United States Late This Coming Week Into Next Weekend

A Winter Storm Will Impact New England Tonight Through Christmas Day: An area of low pressure is forecast to develop and strengthen late tonight near Long Island, New York and move across Cape Cod on Christmas Morning and along the Maine coast and into southern New Brunswick during Christmas Afternoon and Night. Snow will overspread more »

Snow & Ice Will Continue To Impact Northern New England Through This Afternoon & Evening With A Ice Storm Continuing To Impact Interior Parts Of Southern New England Through This Afternoon; Another Winter Storm Will Impact New England On Christmas Eve Night & Christmas Day

Snow & Ice Impacts Northern New England Through This Afternoon & Evening With A Ice Storm Continuing To Impact Interior Parts Of Southern New England Through This Afternoon: An icing event is well underway across areas from southern New England northward into southern and central Vermont, southern and central New Hampshire and southwest Maine. This more »

A Snow Storm Today Into Tonight Will Turn Into An Ice Storm Later Tonight Through Saturday Across Central & Northern New York, Much Of Vermont & New Hampshire & Much Of Maine; Icing Conditions Also Likely Across Southern New England Tonight Through Saturday; Flash Flooding Is Possible Across Northeast Texas, Southern Arkansas, Northern Mississippi & Western Tennessee Today Through Tonight

The weather is expected to be quite busy this weekend across the Central and Eastern parts of the United States – so, let’s get into it: Winter Weather Threats Across The Northeastern United States Today Through Saturday: Three rounds of wintry precipitation is expected from today through Christmas Day across the Northeastern United States and more »

Christmas Weekend Weather Outlook – Cold & Stormy Across The Central & Eastern United States

The weather pattern is currently undergoing a change towards one that will be cold and stormy by this weekend and certainly during next week. This cold and stormy weather pattern will help to usher in bitter cold temperatures across the northern and central Plains this weekend with these bitter cold temperatures pushing into the eastern more »

Heavy Rainfall, Strong To Severe Thunderstorms & Flooding Will Be A Threat This Afternoon Into Tonight Across Eastern Texas, Southern Arkansas, Parts Of Louisiana & Western & Northern Mississippi & On Wednesday & Wednesday Night Across Central & Northern Mississippi, Central & Northern Alabama & Northern Georgia

For Today Through Tonight: A frontal boundary is positioned along the Gulf Coast and shower and thunderstorm activity is currently developing across parts of north and eastern Texas. These showers and thunderstorms are expected to track along this stalled out frontal boundary and impact eastern Texas, southern Arkansas and northern and central Louisiana through this more »

Snow, Ice & Rain Could Be Travel Weather Concerns Next Weekend From The Plains States Through The Missouri, Mississippi & Ohio Valleys To The Mid-Atlantic States & Northeastern United States

The period next week from about Thursday to about the following Tuesday (December 21st to December 26th) continues to concern us in terms of a potential storm that could bring snow, ice and rain from the Central and Southern Plains States through the Missouri, Mississippi and Ohio Valleys into the Mid-Atlantic States and Northeastern United more »

The Weather From Late Next Week Through Next Weekend Could Be A Concern From The Plains States Eastward Through The Ohio Valley, Mid-Atlantic States & Northeastern United States With Snow, Ice & Rain Possibly Impacting Holiday Travel

We continue to closely monitor the weather for the next couple of weeks in regards to Holiday travel weather conditions across the United States and the Caribbean. The period from about next Thursday (December 21st) to about the following Tuesday (December 26th) looks fairly active with a potential storm track that stretches from the Southern more »

First Look At The Holiday Travel Forecast For The Weeks Of December 17th to December 23rd & December 24th to December 30th – The Overall Weather Pattern Looks Cold & Stormy & The Weather Will Need To Be Watched Closely

Unlike what we saw during Thanksgiving week, the week leading up to Christmas and the week of Christmas looks stormy across the Eastern half of the United States. This includes the Northeastern United States, Mid-Atlantic States, Southeastern United States, Ohio Valley and the Midwestern United States. Long range model guidance are pointing that a mean more »

The Southern Snowstorm Is Expected To Continue Through The Rest Of The Day Today Through Tonight Across Southeast Louisiana, Central & Southern Mississippi, Central Alabama & Northern Georgia; Up To 6 Inches Of Snow Accumulation Is Expected Across New England, Southeastern New York & New Jersey On Saturday & Saturday Night

Southern Snowstorm Continues The Rest Of Today Through Tonight: Much more snow has accumulated across parts of southeastern Louisiana, central and southern Mississippi, central Alabama & northern Georgia than what was originally expected. I have seen reports of up to 3 to 5 inches of snow accumulation across central Mississippi, including the Jackson metro and more »

Snow Is Expected From Late Tonight Into Friday Across Southeast Louisiana, Southern Mississippi & Central & Southern Alabama & Across Central & Northern Georgia & The Western Carolinas Friday Through Friday Night; Accumulating Snow Is Possible On Saturday Afternoon & Saturday Night Across New England, Southeastern New York & New Jersey

Waves of low pressure moving along a frontal boundary over the northern Gulf of Mexico will continue to bring rain across the entire northern and western Gulf Coast today. Colder air will push into the area on gusty northerly winds. This will not only make it feel extremely raw, but it will also allow temperatures more »


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