An active, moisture-laden pattern ahead for the Heartland next week
A low-pressure system currently crossing the Great Lakes region will intensify along the northern Atlantic Coast during the weekend. Event-total precipitation in the Northeast should reach 1 to 2 inches or more. In the storm’s wake, cool, breezy weather will prevail in the Great Lakes and Northeastern States.
Early next week, frost and freezes may occur in the East as far south as the Ohio Valley.
Much of the remainder of the country will experience warm, tranquil weather until early next week, when a Pacific storm system will arrive in the West. At that time, a complex interaction between the new storm and tropical moisture (from the eventual remnants of eastern Pacific Hurricane Norma) should lead to increasingly unsettled weather spreading eastward across the country.
Five-day precipitation totals should reach 1 to 2 inches in parts of the Northwest—where snow will begin to fall—and from the southern Plains into the upper Great Lakes region. Sharply colder air will trail the storm, starting in northern sections of the Rockies and Plains.
Sharply colder air will trail the storm, starting in northern sections of the Rockies and Plains.
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