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Cold Snap on the Way!

30 Jan 2020, 6:20 pm

COLD SNAP

This winter season has been anything but wintry. A good majority of the season, temperatures have been well above average and not much snow has been seen.

Over the next few days, the west will experience a warming trend where temperatures will be 10 to 20 degrees above average!

Although, on Monday, we’ll be back to winter like temperatures. Most cities will drop 30 degrees in a 24 hour times span! This will then put us about 10 to 20 degrees BELOW our average temperatures!

 

FORECAST

On top of the cold, we will be seeing more snow and rain for the beginning of the work week!

Starting on Sunday, snow will move into the northwest as temperatures start to dip.  This spreads all across the west on Monday.

By Tuesday, the eastern half of the U.S will get snow and rain as the cold air and moisture follows the front.

Snow totals will be on the higher end. Especially for everyone out west!

Stay warm and safe!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Shelly was born and raised in beautiful Georgia. Once she decided meteorology was her passion, she pursued that dream at Florida State University where she got her Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology and also received her minor in Mathematics. While at FSU, she volunteered for a student-run, thirty minute weather show. Her broadcast meteorology teacher said she had real potential, and Shelly has ... Load Morenever looked back since. Before joining WeatherNation, Shelly worked at KIEM-TV in Eureka, California. There, she dealt with floods, fires, rough seas, extreme temperatures, and much more. This only enhanced her love of broadcast meteorology and her love of keeping the public in the know when it comes to weather!

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