Severe Weather In The Midwest; Heavy Rainfall and Thunderstorms Forecast In The South
A continuation of the wet and stormy weather that has been prevalent over the Southwest and the southern Rockies for the last few days is anticipated to begin the workweek with further showers and thunderstorms.
Light Snow Showers in Northern Indiana, Along With Minimal Rainfall
High pressure moving through the Ohio Valley this afternoon had resulted in bright skies across the region and an overall beautiful early March day. Temperatures at 19Z were mainly in the mid to high 40s, with northwest flow prevailing.
Thunderstorms and Heavy Rainfall is Expected for the Midwest; Record breaking Temperatures Expected on the East coast
Heavy rains and thunderstorms are expected throughout areas of the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic today as a result of a cold front moving across the region. Throughout today, there is a Slight Risk of heavy rainfall, which may result in flash floods in sections of the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys.
Extreme Rainfall in the Northeast; Snowfall Expected for New England
A rising shortwave trough over the Central Plains and a related area of low pressure over the Middle Mississippi Valley this evening may lead to the possibility of severe weather, flash floods, and snowfall on the colder side of the system on the cold side of the system.
Excessive Rainfall in the Northwest While Temperatures on the East are Rising
Weather conditions in the Pacific Northwest will remain moist for the next few days, as the region continues to be flooded. It is projected that more rounds of heavy precipitation will continue to fall throughout western Washington until the early afternoon.
Mid-Atlantic Winter Storm is Forecast; Snowfall in the Northwest
Over the next couple of days, a cold front, which is now draped around the East coast, will be the focal point for heavy rain, snow, and severe weather throughout the region. Due to the delayed movement of the Southeast section of the front, a line of thunderstorms has developed across areas of the Southeast and Tennessee Valley this morning, allowing for widespread flooding.
Heavy Rainfall Forecast for Georgia
According to the latest forecast, upper ridging is still focused over the Caribbean and running approximately parallel to and along the Atlantic coast, while troughing continues to be present over the western Continental United States.
Short Rain Showers Forecast Today; Heavier Rainfall on Friday. Pleasant Temperatures Expected
Locally breezy trade winds will likely continue through late Wednesday, with trade showers focused mainly on windward and mauka areas. There will be a few short showers over leeward areas of some of the smaller islands as long as the trade winds continue to blow strong enough. In addition, anticipate the high clouds to remain for the next few days at a minimum.
Snowfall and Cold Temperatures in the West; Warm Weather in the South
After months of relentless troughing over the West Coast, the pattern has finally made its way a bit farther east to begin the last week of the year 2021. As a consequence, storm systems originating in the West travel across the eastern part of the Lower 48 this week, resulting in a more active storm track in the Eastern United States.