Weekend Weather Spotlight: 1-21-22 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Jan 22nd 2022

Weekend Weather Spotlight: 1-21-22

Some winter weather will be possible across some areas of the South and Southeast the next couple of days as well as some light snow to affect parts of the Northern Plains to the Great Lakes. 

First, the setup in the South will see a frontal boundary across the Gulf and FL, a trough in the Southeast, and a surface low off the Southeast coast. This will result in rain showers from far southeast TX east along the Gulf coast to the GA Atlantic coast and southward. Just to the north of this activity, we could see some mixed precipitation or ice in parts of south TX and south LA early today, and then into parts of the Carolinas and VA tonight and early Saturday. Accumulating snows will be possible from north-central SC northeast to far southeast VA.

Further north within a northwest upper flow regime a couple of weak systems could bring a few inches of snow throughout the weekend to areas from northern ND to central WI.