This video discusses the upcoming weather from the Great Lakes through the Middle and North Atlantic states. An east-west front separating chilly air to the north from warm air to the south will be a battle zone until Friday, when a developing storm rearranges the fronts and then pulls dry air eastward.
With several low pressure areas moving along the frontal boundary, repeated episodes of rain can be expected from the Ohio valley to the Middle Atlantic states. This map shows the European Model rainfall forecast from last night through this Friday evening.
The National Weather Service's Chicago office compiled charts showing the five coldest winters since record keeping began in 1872, and then what happened in the spring and summer seasons after these very cold winters. The period from Dec, 1, 2013 - March 31, 2014, was the very coldest such period in the entire span of records.
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The storm will not get organized until later Tuesday.
This storm is a little colder than the other two, so snow has dominated all the way to the coast