A very active pattern continues...

A very active pattern continues...

A very active weather pattern will prevail during the next several days. A storm system currently developing over the south-central U.S. will reach the Northeast on Sunday. Rainfall could reach 1 to 3 inches, with locally higher amounts, across the eastern one-third of the U.S. In addition, locally severe thunderstorms will sweep across the South, while precipitation will end as a period of snow (on Sunday) across the interior Northeast.

By early next week, a second storm will begin to take shape over the Great Basin. That storm will reach the central Plains by March 9, sparking wind-driven snow in parts of the north-central U.S. and severe thunderstorms in the Mid-South.

The 6- to 10-day outlook calls for colder- and wetter-than-normal weather across much of the contiguous U.S.  


News-Gazette.com embraces discussion of both community and world issues. We welcome you to contribute your ideas, opinions and comments, but we ask that you avoid personal attacks, vulgarity and hate speech. We reserve the right to remove any comment at our discretion, and we will block repeat offenders' accounts. To post comments, you must first be a registered user, and your username will appear with any comment you post. Happy posting.

Login or register to post comments