A storm will bring snow, ice, heavy rain, flooding and thunderstorms. We may see more snow in the South later this week.
A few more days of storminess and extreme cold lie ahead before some relief in the pattern is on the way this weekend into next week.
Two storms, each one will bring a variety of winter weather this week. Looks like winter ends next week.
The thin blue line is temperature. Notice how it is left of the black line near the bottom, meaning the ground level temperature is below freezing. Several thousand feet overhead, however, it is warmer than 32 degrees, so any snow falling through that layer melts.
Impressive ice cover on the Great Lakes and a look at the latest storm.
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One more cold blast will undercut rich moisture surging north to create a major soaking for many areas this week, with ice and snow developing as well. Another storm for early next week bears watching.
Everything from heavy rain to snow and ice to another round of cold air will impact a large portion of the country.