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    Clipper Snow and the Snow for Next Week

    March 15, 2013; 9:16 AM ET


    1. The pattern is not going to change very much through the end of the month. I will remain on the cold side with the potential for late season snow events. We may even see an increase in the risk of severe weather as the South starts to warm up and the dew points rise. We are going to see quite a contrast in temperatures from north to south the next two weeks as well. We could see 50-degree differences in temperatures from the Great Lakes to the South.

    2. Clipper snow is shown on the map below. Not a big event, just more of a "yeah, it's snowing" event.

    3. The bigger and more complicated event will start Sunday night and continue into Wednesday. One low center will go into the Great Lakes while another goes up along the coast. The Northeast could get a lot of snow with over 6 inches in places. Even in the Upper Midwest, snowfall could be over 6 inches with blowing snow.

    It's a stormy weather pattern with cold air involved the next two weeks. I want spring!

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