Heading into the weekend we are shifting our focus from thunderstorms to snow. The front that generated all the active weather across the Mid Atlantic region yesterday has now moved into the Atlantic. Temperatures are dropping but the air is stabilizing and there is no additional threat for storms. Our attention is now turning towards the winter weather that is developing in the Northwest and the North Central Region.
Numerous Record Highs Set Yesterday across the Southeast ahead of the cold front:
It is considerably colder today:
All of the activity is now the north central region as the next storm system will be approaching tonight:
Heavy Snow will then spread through northern Minnesota. Stay tuned for more!
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