US Weather Spotlight: 12-15-18 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Jan 25th 2022

US Weather Spotlight: 12-15-18

Storm in the southeast heads northeast over the weekend from the the southern states to the Mid Atlantic by Sunday morning and then off the New England shore by midday Sunday. Rain chances gradually decreasing in the southeast today with chances continuing in the Mid Atlantic states and precipitation starting to build into New England overnight into early Sunday. Rain chances to snow either overnight or very early on Sunday in the mountains of PA where up to 6 inches could accumulate by Monday morning. Elsewhere parts of eastern NY, southern VT, and southern NH could get 6 plus inches. Mainly rain for New York City with a brief changeover to snow towards Monday morning, and Boston and Providence changeover to snow with a couple inches possible by Monday morning.  

Another storm builds into the Pacific Northwest over the weekend continuing rain and snow chances from northern CA to WA especially on Sunday. A foot of snow could accumulate in parts of the Cascades by Monday morning.  

Very nice for the middle of the country with seasonal to above average high temperatures from the Plains to the Great Lakes.