Another ‘Springy’ Storm with Rain and Heavy Snow
Active Weekend in the Northeast
This is what a months worth of rain looks like in less than 24 hours. Thanks to @jacobdog97 for the picture below out of Westerly, RI.
Heavy Northeast Snow
While some folks were dealing with heavy rain, others were dealing with heavy snow. Take a look at this picture from Rochester, NY! Thanks to Donny Rodgers who said that there was no snow on Saturday and then this on Sunday!
It was nice to see temperatures in the middle part of the country showing more spring-like signs again. The image below was the temperature outlook at 4pm CDT Sunday and note how far north the 60s and 70s were!
As our latest storm system exits the Northeast another storm system takes shape across the Midwest. The next storm in the Midwest will be responsible for heavy snow and blizzard conditions across the Dakotas and parts of Minnesota.
According to NOAA’s HPC the 5 day precipitation forecast suggests heavier blobs of moisture across the western part of the country and again through the middle part of the country. The end of March/early part of April looks quite active across much of the nation, except for much of the Desert Southwest.
U.S. Snowfall Potential
Here’s the snowfall potential from AM Sunday through PM Tuesday
Record Wet March in Seattle, WA
Despite the very nice picture below from my good friend Aaron Theis out of Seattle, WA last Monday, March 24th, Seattle has seen it’s wettest March in recorded history!
(Image below courtesy: Aaron Theis)
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