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A real mixed bag of weather across the United States at the moment with the main features being the bitter cold over central and eastern districts with temperatures in places as much as 25 degrees below average. The outlook for the coming days remains changeable with bitterly cold Arctic air continuing to try and surge south out of Canada at times across central and north-eastern states in particular.

A frontal system extending from the Mid-Atlantic region to the Central Gulf Coast will continue to move south-eastwards during the next day or so to lie across the southern tip of Florida by Friday evening. Meanwhile an area of high pressure is sitting over the Upper Midwest and the Southern High Plains and will move eastwards to lie over the Mid-Atlantic and the Lower Mississippi Valley for the end of the week.

A band of snow will develop along the north-western boundary of the frontal system, affecting parts of the southern Ohio Valley, the Mid-Atlantic and southern New England before heading southeast to reach coastal parts of Virginia by Thursday evening. At the same time freezing rain and sleet could affect parts of the Lower Mississippi Valley and the Tennessee Valley before making is way across to the southern Mid-Atlantic Coast by Thursday evening. Further south and west outbreaks of rain will develop over parts of the central and western Gulf Coast, arriving across the Southeast Coast by Thursday afternoon. Outbreaks of mostly light rain will linger over the Southeast Coast and Florida on Friday.

High pressure over the western United States will dominate for the end of the week, but a frontal system over central Canada will move south to bring some snow over parts of the Upper Mississippi Valley, the Northern Plains and parts of the Upper Great Lakes on Friday.

FORECASTER: BARBER

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All sorts happening with the weather across the United States at the moment with the main feature being a classic "nor'easter" setting up and bringing a few feet of snowfall to parts of the Northeast during the next couple of days or so.

The storm system which has brought the very heavy snowfall to New England is now weakening leaving a scattering of snow showers behind. Meanwhile a ridge of high pressure building in from the west will bring a mostly fine day to the East Coast. It will remain cold though with temperatures up to 10 degrees below normal, but the strong winds will ease.

Meanwhile a developing system over the Great Lakes will bring rain and snow to these regions. Most of the rain will be along the southern boundary with much of the precipitation falling as snow. At the moment it looks like 2 to 6 inches of snow could fall over much of the Great Lakes and into the Central Appalachians before moving into inland parts of the Northeast later in the week. As well as this, there could be some freezing rain across parts of the Upper Ohio Valley.

It has been very warm over parts of the Great Plains and several records have been broken this week. Indeed top temperatures reached the mid 80's over Central Kansas, breaking the old record by 10 degrees! After one more very warm day on Wednesday, a cold front will introduce cooler air for the end of the week.

Finally we are watching a system moving eastwards out of the subtropical Pacific towards the coast of Baja California. This will bring some heavy rainfall to the Four Corners region for the end of the week whilst snow will be restricted to higher parts of the Southern Rockies.

FORECASTER: BARBER

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