US Weather Spotlight: 11-3-18 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Jan 25th 2022

US Weather Spotlight: 11-3-18

Active weather continues over the northern half of the country during the weekend as the trend of storm systems tracking over some of the same areas continue. 

Rain wind and snow all expected today in New England as a low pressure system intensifies as it heads north through ME and into eastern Canada. The highest winds will be closer to the Atlantic coast from ME to Boston, MA and the greatest chance for accumulating snowfall will be in northern NY, NH, VT, and western ME.

Another low will intensify over the weekend in the central part of the country beginning in the central Plains today and making to the Lake Superior area by Monday morning. The majority of the precipitation with this system will be in the form of rain, however a changeover to snow for a period of time tonight into early Sunday is possible with some accumulation potential for northern WI and maybe parts of eastern MN and western UP of MI as well. 

Systems just continue to move into the NW also with more rain for WA, OR, and valleys east and snow in the mountains today into Sunday. This system is expected to make it to the northern Plains sometime Sunday night increasing rain and/or snow chances once again in that region.