Weekend Weather Spotlight: 1-20-23 | weatherology°
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By: Meteorologist Phil Genskow
Updated: Jan 20th 2023

Weekend Weather Spotlight: 1-20-23

A series of systems will continue to track across the country through the weekend.

First, a system will continue to move further off the New England coast today, though still producing snow showers across this region with and rain closer to the coast gradually changing to snow. Additional snow amounts should mainly stick in the 1-3 inch range with a few spots p[possibly getting a little more. 

Next, a system will move from the Southwest today to the Plains on Saturday, and into the Southeast and up the east coast on Sunday. Several inches of snow is expected in the mountains of southern UT, northern AZ, northern NM, and western and central CO today and tonight, western KS and southwest NE Saturday and Saturday night, and then another round is likely in New England Sunday and Sunday night. Rain is also expected to gradually become widespread throughout Saturday in the Southeast and builds up the east coast on Sunday. 

Finally, a third system builds into the Northwest, Northern Rockies, and Northern Plains over the weekend bringing these regions scattered snow showers with the bulk of the accumulations coming in the mountains.