Storm Moving Through the Upper Midwest to the Northeast
Heavy rain and the potential for strong thunderstorms along and east of the Appalachians will precede a cold front, while snow showers will fall behind the front in the Ohio Valley, Upper Midwest and Great Lake States. Rain-on-snow flooding is possible in portions of New England and New York State. Rain and high elevation snow will return to the west.
High and low forecast temperature values represent air temperature.
Water temperature forecast is experimental.
Last Update: 2:24 pm EST Feb 25, 2017
Forecast Valid: 4pm EST Feb 25, 2017-6pm EST Mar 3, 2017
MOVE TO WESTERN QUEBEC BY LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND DEEPEN TO 29.1
INCHES. HIGH PRESSURE WILL MOVE ACROSS THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI
VALLEY THIS EVENING WITH A RIDGE AVERAGING 30.0 INCHES EXTENDING
NORTHWARD ACROSS THE LAKE. THIS RIDGE WILL MOVE QUICKLY EAST EARLY
SUNDAY MORNING WITH LOW PRESSURE OF 29.7 INCHES DEVELOPING ACROSS
LAKE SUPERIOR. THIS LOW WILL MOVE TO SOUTHERN QUEBEC SUNDAY
NIGHT. THE NEXT LOW PRESSURE OF AROUND 29.7 INCHES WILL MOVE FROM
THE CENTRAL PLAINS EARLY TUESDAY TO THE SOUTHERN PART OF LAKE
MICHIGAN TUESDAY NIGHT.
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