A major weather event pounds the mid south and Northeast, a dry day for the Midwest and more activity for the West. RC
Northeast and Mid South
Both regions are feeling the effect of a major weather event that started yesterday. Heavy snow and sleet continue to fall today from North Carolina to New England, with most areas (including New York City, Philadelphia and Washington DC) seeing over a foot of new powder. High winds are also in the mix, with white outs and road closings possible. Make sure to check the status of your favorite resort and the latest road conditions before you head out. Highs from the mid teens to the mid 30's.
After an active weekend, the region should see a dry day today and into tomorrow. With the break also comes a strange mix of temperatures for this time of year, with the northern parts of the region nearly 20 degrees below average and the areas further south 15 to 20 degrees above average.
A busy day in store for Washington, Oregon, California and the Rockies, with high winds and heavy dumps for the mountain elevations. The Cascades and the Sierra could see another two to three feet of snow today, with the snow level dropping Monday evening. Highs from the mid 20's in the mountains to the mid 50's at the coast.