US Weather Spotlight: 12-27-18 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Feb 25th 2019

US Weather Spotlight: 12-27-18

Winter storm continues to head east today with more rain and possible storms to the east of the low center and snow on the west and northwest side of the center which will track from the southern Plains early today to the Great Lakes by the overnight. Snow amounts up to 6 inches or more is possible from western KS to northeast MN over the next 24 hours. further south and east rain accumulations could approach an inch or more in southern MN and WI, and high totals possible where  a better chance for storms will be in parts of the southeast. Rain makes it into the Mid Atlantic states sometime this afternoon or evening and then parts of New England overnight. Parts of western NY, VT,NH, ME, and northern MA could start as snow or a mix.  

Elsewhere snow showers move through the mountains in the west and active weather continues overnight in the Pacific Northwest as system builds towards that region.  

Total liquid accumulations
Total liquid accumulations by Friday am
Probability of > 4 inches of snow
Probability of > 4 inches of snow by Friday am