Moderate to heavy snow is possible Friday across the Northern Rockies. Excessive rain is possible across the Florida Panhandle.
An area of low pressure over the Great Basin will push eastward on Friday with another upper level low offshore the Pacific Northwest. Ongoing rain can be expected for the coastal regions from Northern California into Washington, while moderate to heavy snow can be expected to continue across much of the Northern Rockies. 2-4 inches is likely for much of the Sierra Nevada, as well as the Cascades and Northern Rockies. Isolated higher amounts of 6-8 inches will be possible for the higher elevations.
A slow moving cold front is expected to become more stationary with training showers and thunderstorms likely for the Florida Peninsula. Rainfall amounts of 1-3 inches can be expected with locally higher amounts approaching 4 inches possible. An elevated risk of flooding and runoff should be expected through early Saturday morning.