Continued cool temps and a chance of snow for the Midwest, record snow for the West Virginia mountains, cool and breezy for the Northeast and the warm weather looks like it's wrapping up out West. RC


Cool temps and continued snow showers for the Great Lakes and High Plains thanks to a storm coming from Alberta. Look for it to stay cool through the end of the week with snow showers on and off, becoming a bit more mild over the weekend.

Southeast/Mid Atlantic

The story here continues to be the mountains of West Virginia with over a foot of new powder this week. Temps are set to stay cool with snow showers in the forecast through Friday.


Windy throughout parts of New England with the system moving in from Alberta set to provide snow action for the region tomorrow through Saturday. Temps are forecast to remain below average into next week. Lake effect snow is possible in New York state.


The record warm-up appears to finally be winding down. The storm due in the Pac Northwest tomorrow is set to bring rain and snow to the Cascades and continue into the Northern Rockies on Saturday. Other than that, the forecast for the region is dry.