US Weather Spotlight: 12-6-18 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Jan 25th 2022

US Weather Spotlight: 12-6-18

A cold front continues to head through the eastern third of the country producing rain and snow showers. Snow shower chances will be from central MO to New England where up to an inch could accumulate except in the favorable lake effect snow belts off the Great Lakes as a westerly component to the wind continues in those regions. Rain showers chances will extend from southern MO to central TX with much of this being light however some heavy downpours could become possible towards Friday morning in northeast TX, southeast OK, and southwestern AR.

Storm system continues to move through the southwest today continuing rain shower chances in southern CA, southern NV, much of AZ and western NM and snow shower chances in the higher elevations in CA and NV, UT, CO and southern WY. This same storm is expected to become a major winter storm for the southern Plains and southeastern states Friday night through the weekend.