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National Weather Summary for Wednesday, January 24, 2018

by David Moran, on Jan 24, 2018 10:29:20 AM

Light snow will continue across the Great Lakes and Northeast on Wednesday as an area of low pressure moves out of the region.

  • Freezing Rain and Snow Continuing for the Great Lakes and Northeast on Wednesday
  • Rain and Snow Continuing Wednesday across the Pacific Northwest

US Haazards Wednesday, Januaryy 24, 2018US Hazards

2017-18 Winter Weather Outlook

Freezing Rain and Snow Continuing for the Great Lakes and Northeast on Wednesday
Snow will continue for portions of the Great Lakes and the Northeast on Wednesday as an area of low pressure moves out of the region. No significant accumulations are expected. For northern portions of Illinois and Indiana, some light freezing rain may continue through late morning.

Major Cities in Region: Chicago, IL, Cleveland, OH, Rochester, NY, Syracuse, NY, Caribou, ME

Radar 10:30am EST Wednesday, January  24, 2018Radar 10:30am EST

Rain and Snow Continuing Wednesday across the Pacific Northwest
Rain and snow will continue for portions of the Pacific Northwest on Wednesday. Across portions of Oregon, 7-11 inches of snow are forecast with locally higher amounts in excess of 13 inches. Across the Cascades, 3-6 inches of snow are expected in the lower elevations and 7-10 inches in the higher elevations.

Major Cities in Region: Portland, OR, Seattle, WA

Radar 7:45am PST Wednesday, January  24, 2018Radar 7:45am PST

A Look Ahead
Rain and snow is expected to continue for portions of the Pacific Northwest on Thursday as an area of low pressure persists over the region. Snow may spread across the Rockies and Sierra Nevada and continue into Friday. By the weekend, a cold front will allow for scattered showers from the Midwest southward into Texas and the Lower Mississippi Valley on Saturday. Another round of snow may develop Saturday across the Pacific Northwest. Showers and thunderstorms will extend from the Northeast to the Gulf Coast on Sunday along a stalled front. 

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