National Weather Summary for Monday, January 12, 2015
by WeatherOps, on Jan 12, 2015 9:46:12 AM
Light to moderate snow will be possible Monday across the Great Basin and Southern Rockies; heavy accumulations expected in the higher elevations. Light to moderate snow will be possible across the Northeast with a wintry mix possible through the Mid Atlantic; some light icing is also possible.
As an area of low pressure deepens and begins to push through the Great Basin and Southern Rockies, snow is expected across the Great Basin through the Central Rockies and into the Four Corners region. 2-6 inches will be possible with localized heavier accumulations of 8-12 inches will be possible in the highest elevations.
Additional wintry precipitation is anticipated through the Northeast and Mid Atlantic as a frontal boundary continues to advance eastward. 1-3 inches of snow will be possible from Ohio to Maine with some areas receiving up to 6 inches. In addition, chances for light icing will be possible across the Mid Atlantic. Accumulations are expected to remain under 1/4 of an inch with locally heavier accumulations possible. Travel impacts will be likely.