A late-week storm with a reinforcing shot of cold air will bring snow to both the high and low elevations of the western United States, with the potential for a significant snowfall in the Southwest.
Following some quick-hitting iciness late on Sunday, a much larger storm is poised to roll up the Eastern Seaboard, bringing wintry weather to the Midwest and Northeast at midweek. "Since this storm will have a great deal of moisture available to it from the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean, a substantial amount of precipitation is likely," said to AccuWeather Meteorologist Tyler Roys. While rounds of heavy, flooding rainfall and even some...
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