Weekend Winter Wonderland – The Sequel

That’s right! Mother nature is working weekends these days! Last weekend produced a sizable rain, snow and ice storm around most of the country and this weekend she’s rolling out part two. Check out meteorologist Brian Ivey’s wintery weekend forecast!

1/14/20 Weather Forecast from Neoweather

The activity begins in the Southeast this week with active rain storms and a couple of clipper systems that move through the Northern Plains and Canada to the north and northeast. Wednesday’s snow in the Dakotas, Minnesota and Wisconsin will be a little more potent as it pushes through Yooper country on it’s way to New England.

Then our attention will turn to the Pacific Northwest area while an active system kicks up a lot of wind and precipitation near the coast. Higher elevations and areas to the east get snow on Thursday.

That Colorado low system brings in the highlight of this week’s forecast on Friday as it moves northeast across the country bringing in the weekend sequel of snow, snow, snow we mentioned earlier. It’s a familiar setup with snow and ice on the northern end of the country and heavy rains in the South. The activity stretches from the Gulf all the way into Canada so no one feels too left out on the eastern half of North America.

1/17/20 Weather Map from Neoweather
1/17/20 Weather Map from Neoweather

Based on most weather models agreeing, moderate to heavy snow is expected on the front side and norther side of this weekend’s system. It will move into New England on Saturday and bring lots of cold air on the back side for lake effect snow on Sunday. That cold will stick around at least for the beginning portion of next week. There will be a pattern change that will lock in colder weather for the rest of January. It’s not expected to be a monumental change, but we will see slightly lower than average temperatures over all for the rest of the month.

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