As an ice storm unfolds across parts of the southern Plains late this week, power to millions may be threatened.
Brief update on the potential winter storm for eastern Canada during the Sunday night/Monday period. Long range update later...
Two separate features will zip across the eastern half of the country by the start of the weekend, generating rain, thunderstorms, ice and snow before it quickly dries out to start the weekend.
Damaging ice storm on the way for the lower Mississippi Valley. Another storm will bring more snow and ice problems this weekend.
That could lead to tough travel at the end of the weekend. This map for Sunday at 7 p.m. ET shows where those troubles could be (north of the line with the label "snow rain line.")
Plenty of cold to talk about and a wintry mess late in the weekend and early next week in the East.
A major ice storm will plague Arkansas over the next week, causing major power outages. I look at the possibilities and past ice storms.
Three storms over the next week will dump snow and ice over a large portion of the country, and with frigid arctic air firmly in place around the country, it would appear winter is here to stay.
This table shows the ensemble means for the next two weeks at Philadelphia: It suggests that whereas it does turn cold, any snowfall looks quite limited.