US Weather Spotlight: 11-20-18 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Feb 26th 2019

US Weather Spotlight: 11-20-18

Two low pressure systems affect parts of the country today. The first system tracks through eastern New England, bringing the likelihood of accumulating snow from southeast NY to eastern ME. The second system tracks across southern Canada from southern Manitoba to Quebec by Wednesday morning, producing a few snow showers for areas such as northern MN and WI, lower and upper MI, and western NY later tonight. A storm system in the Pacific begins to build towards the west coast late tonight, bringing the potential for rain showers along much of the coast overnight towards Wednesday morning.  
low tracks
Low pressure system tracks
 Snow probabilities > 4 inch
Snow probabilities > 4 inch by Tuesday am