US Weather Spotlight: 12-8-18 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Feb 25th 2019

US Weather Spotlight: 12-8-18

Winter storm continues to move along the Gulf Coast today and making it to off the coast of the Carolinas by Sunday afternoon. Heavy rains are likely with accumulations in the inches for LA, MS, AL, GA, northern FL, much of SC, and southeast NC. On the northern edge of this system will be the wintry side with any snow and/or ice ending early in northwest TX, this evening in parts of southern OK, and the overnight in northern AR. Parts of western TN could change to freezing rain overnight or early Sunday am before ending. The more significant wintry weather will be in eastern TN, southeastern KY, northwestern NC, and southern VA where some could see a foot or more of snow over the weekend. The greatest chance for ice will be in northeastern GA and northwest SC.  

Precipitation chances continue through the weekend from northern CA to western WA with wintry weather possible in the Cascades with rain elsewhere.  


Total liquid accumulations
Total liquid accumulations by Monday am
Total liquid accumulations
Total liquid accumulations by Monday am
 Snow probabilities > 4 inches
Snow probabilities > 4 inches by Monday am