US Weather Spotlight: 11-7-18 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Jan 25th 2022

US Weather Spotlight: 11-7-18

Low pressure system that has been affecting the country over the last few days continues to move further east into western Quebec today, but will still produce some scattered light rain and/or snow showers from the northern Great Lakes to northern New England. Snow showers are expected to become lake-enhanced in the UP of Michigan and maybe northwest lower MI with west and northwest winds coming off of Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. Higher snow totals of 2-4 inches are expected in western UP of Michigan with less further east towards Marquette where an inch or two is possible.  

More snow for the northern Rockies today, and then heading southeast into the central Plains as a trough of low pressure heads eastward. Highest snow accumulations will be in western MT today and western NE tonight where up to 4 inches are possible by Thursday morning.

Scattered showers and a few storms will make it wet at times across the south from TX to the Carolinas with mainly heavy downpours possible with a spotty chance for hail and wind in southeast TX and southern LA.