Stormy Monday For Eastern US

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Strong Spring Storm To Hammer US Friday

A strong storm will slowly track out of southeastern US today with heavy rains and scattered thunderstorms as the cold front tracks through the eastern US.  The center of the low will track through the Northeast overnight while gradually fizzling and rainfall easing. However, there is enough cold air into portions of the Great Lakes and New England where some of the precipitation will fall as snowfall with only light accumulations expected. On the backside of the storm, chilly conditions will follow and push fairly deep into the Gulf States and Mid-Atlantic, leading to a couple of days of higher nat gas and heating demand as lows drop into the upper 30s and 40s.  Temperatures will rebound nicely later this week as highs of 70s and 80s expand northward out of the southern US into the coming weekend.

 

 

 

Water Vapor Satellite Loop of the current weather system rolling through the central US and into the Great Lakes.

 

Infrared Satellite Image of Central US Storm

 

Severe thunderstorm potential for Monday as a weather system moves into the eastern US.

Severe thunderstorm potential for Monday as a weather system moves into the eastern US.

 

Chilly morning lows are expected Tuesday as cool air filters down the backside of the current weather system.  Lows of upper 30s and 40s will push deep into the Southeast.

Chilly morning lows are expected Tuesday as cool air filters down the backside of the current weather system. Lows of upper 30s and 40s will push deep into the Southeast.

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