The outlook as we go through the coming days for the United States sees a burst of springlike warmth developing in many areas but by midweek we are expecting a notable storm system to sweep in bringing some potentially troublesome weather to the eastern US.
Looking at the Northeast and Sunday will be a generally quiet, fine and chilly day for many areas. A small system is expected to bring some light snow into Upstate New York and northern New England during Sunday night and into Monday morning.
Across the South and it will be a fine, warm and mostly sunny day across many areas. However some showers may affect southern Texas and coastal areas of Louisiana, these potentially heavy and thundery in places.
For the Midwest, Sunday will be a warmer day for many with temperatures into the 60's in places. It will be dry and fine for most parts but a weak system may bring a few snow showers across the far north of the Great Lakes.
Finally the West and Sunday sees showery rain and mountain snow spreading eastwards into the northern Rockies and southwards into northern California. South-western parts of Oregon and northwest California could see a couple of inches of rainfall today with heavy snow accumulating up to a foot over the Cascades, Siskiyou and mountains of northern Idaho.