Much needed precipitation continues across the Southwest; central and eastern U.S. prepare for more winter weather
Widespread and much-needed precipitation across the Southwest will begin to spread into the Plains through Saturday. As the moisture encounters an Arctic airmass dropping down through the north-central U.S., moderate to heavy snow is expected to develop across the Midwest Saturday and then move into portions of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast on Sunday. Read More...
Tonight Rain and snow showers. Patchy fog. Snow accumulation 2 to 5 inches. Snow level 8500 feet. Lows around 28 above 7000 feet...33 to 39 below 7000 feet. South winds around 15 mph in the evening...becoming light and variable.
Saturday Patchy fog in the morning. Rain and snow showers. Snow accumulation 1 to 3 inches. Snow level 8000 feet. Highs 31 to 39 above 7000 feet...around 45 below 7000 feet. Light and variable winds.
Saturday Night Mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of rain and snow showers. Snow accumulation 2 to 4 inches. Snow level 7500 feet. Near steady temperature in the lower 30s. Light and variable winds.
Sunday Not as cool. Patchy fog in the morning. Partly cloudy with a 10 percent chance of rain and snow showers in the morning...mostly sunny in the afternoon. Snow level 8000 feet. Highs 40 to 50. Light and variable winds.
Sunday Night Mostly clear. Lows 19 to 25. Light and variable winds.
Monday Through Thursday Night Mostly clear. Highs 43 to 53 above 7000 feet...52 to 61 below 7000 feet. Lows 21 to 31 above 7000 feet...25 to 32 below 7000 feet.
Friday Mostly sunny. Highs 52 to 58 above 7000 feet...59 to 65 below 7000 feet.