US Weather Spotlight: 3-22-19 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Mar 22nd 2019

US Weather Spotlight: 3-22-19

A coastal low continues to produce rain and snow in the northeast and northern Mid Atlantic states as it moves close to the northeast coast. Significant snowfall is likely for parts of New England with 5-9 inches possible in lower elevations and 9-15 in higher elevations with the greatest chances coming in eastern NY, VT, and western parts of ME, NH, and MA.

More active weather is expected further west associated with 3 different systems. The first system moves out of the Rockies today ans into the Plains tonight then the Midwest and Lower Mississippi River valley over the weekend producing snows in the southern Rockies and rain and a few storms further east. The second system which is a cold front heads south from Canada affecting the northern tier of the country from the northern Rockies eastward to northern New England with a few snow showers or mixed precipitation on Sunday and Sunday night. The last system brings rain and mountain snow to parts of the west with southern California and Arizona staying dry through the weekend and much of the west coast experience dry conditions on Sunday.  

total liquid accumulations
total liquid accumulations through the weekend
snow probabilities > 4 inches
snow probabilities > 4 inches by Saturday am
snow probabilities > 8 inches
snow probabilities > 8 inches by Saturday am