US Weather Spotlight: 1-8-19 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Feb 25th 2019

US Weather Spotlight: 1-8-19

Trough of low pressure moves from eastern Ontario, Canada to Quebec Canada over the next 24 hours producing rain, snow and maybe some ice from the Great Lakes to the northeast today. Snow accumulations generally will be in the 1-3 inch range with high totals possible over parts of the lakes and New England. On the back side of this system from ND southeast to northern IL breezy winds are likely with gusts possibly getting into the 40-50mph range in some areas.  

A system approaches the Pacific Northwest with more rain and snow for northern CA, OR, and WA and making it into northern ID and western MT by evening. The highest snow totals in the region will be in the CA and WA Cascades as well as the Blue Mountains in east central OR. 

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