Weekend Weather Spotlight: 2-14-20 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Feb 14th 2020

Weekend Weather Spotlight: 2-14-20

No major system will affect the country through the weekend. 

A cold front will continue to move southward through FL today bringing a chance for a few showers to much of the state. Shower chances are expected to linger along the Atlantic coast of FL through the weekend as disturbances continue to affect that region, and some of these showers may build northward towards the southeast coasts of GA and SC especially on Sunday.

Further north a frontal boundary will move from the north-central parts of the country through the northeast over the weekend initially bringing slight chances for a few snow showers to ND this evening and northern MN during the overnight, and then continue eastward with mainly light snow expected through the Great Lakes and Northeast with a few inches of accumulation mainly occurring off the lake effect snow belts on Lake Michigan and Lake Erie. 

And finally heading into the Northwest waves of energy continue to produce rain and snow in this region with precipitation chances making it into the Northern Plains by Sunday evening and then into MN, northern IAm and western WI overnight Sunday into early Monday. 

total liquid accumulations
total liquid accumulations through the weekend.
total liquid accumulations
total liquid accumulations through the weekend.