A very dangerous string of severe weather continues in the Pac Northwest, cold and windy in the Northeast and a wintry mix for parts of the Midwest. RC
A transition in the nasty string beating up the Pac Northwest slows down the rain in western Washington. Unforetunately with the transition, snow levels will fall as low as 1000 to 1500 feet. More heavy snow in store for the Cascades, Idaho and parts of Montana. Some rain will continue for areas west of the Cascades and flood warnings remain in effect. This latest system also has the potential to reach into the northern portions of California and Nevada (with mountain snow). Please make sure to call ahead for resort and road conditions before you head to the slopes. High temps from the mid 30's in the mountains to near 60 at the coast.
Cool temps continue in the region today, with light snow in the forecast for Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. As the day progresses, the first signs of the system that pounded the Pac Northwest begin to show up in the plains with light snow and freezing rain. This system could cause issues moving towards the weekend. Highs from the single digits in the north to the mid 50's further south.
The system that arrived yesterday continues to beat up the region today with snow for just about everyone. PA and New York could see 1 to 6 inches, while states further north could see up to a foot. Yesterday's action also knocked out power for some folks, so please make sure to call ahead to check road and resort conditions before you head out. Look for highs in the mid 20's up north to the mid 40's further south.