UGH! Yet again more snow in a winter season that won’t seem to quite. It was another day of school and business closings and flight delays and cancellations. Thanks to @Dulles_Airport for the image below where an international flight landed, but no outbound flights made it.
Here’s the latest snowfall analysis from AM Sunday to AM Monday, which shows the general snow swath across the nation. This was a very disruptive storm with not only heavy snowfall reports, but sleet reports and damaging freezing rain reports.
Cold Night Ahead
As our storm system fades away, the cold air will intensify tonight. Here’s an overview of how cold temperatures could get tonight. It looks more like a map from January!
According to NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, Old Man Winter still has some cold air up his sleeve. The temperature outlook through the middle part of the month still shows cooler than average temperatures over the eastern two-thirds of the nation, while the western part of the country looks to be toasty once again!
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3 to 5 inches of rain in the Cincinnati metro, prompted a flash flood emergency this afternoon. Video: Julie Bossert https://t.co/FxUVi2ATz059 minutes ago by WeatherNation