Cold weather will retreat this weekend, first around the Great Lakes, then across the Northeast.
While the blizzard bound towns south of Buffalo get more snow today, most of the Northeast region will have dry weather until late in the weekend. Colder tonight and tomorrow; milder Sunday until Tu
More than five feet of snow accumulated just south of Buffalo yesterday. Snow band moves north today, then back south again.
This morning's Chicago temperature came within 1 degree of a record set in 1880. The cold heads east, but won't be as extreme.
A storm passing west of the I 95 cities is bringing wet weather and a warmup today followed by a bluster blast of chill, The Buffalo area is in for a blizzard tomorrow.
More cold air from central Canada will move across the Great Lakes and Northeast next week.
A fast moving area of rain and snow will affect the Northeast Corridor tonight. In most places there should not be an accumulation, but it could be a close call on slippery spots.
A cold front completes its trek through the Northeast today, setting the stage for a chilly spell that lasts at least a week.
The cold won't blast into the East as it did in the Plains, but the chill we be noticeable.
Cold air is pouring into the Plains, but it will not be a major factor in the East until later in the week.