Monday, February 8, 2010

Old Man Winter Lives On Across Lower 48

My goodness what an absolutely amazing winter this has been - winter storm after winter storm - in places that typically don't have to deal with this type of weather.

Snow is once again flying across portions of the mid-south, from Little Rock to Memphis is where some of the heaviest snow is falling today.

Another system is clipping through the upper midwest, bringing heavy snow to places like Minneapolis and Des Moines.

These two systems will join forces to bring another round of heavy snow to the mid-Atlantic states, with the current bullseye of heavy snow looking to take place between Baltimore and Philadelphia. But that doesn't mean places like Washington D.C. will escape the storm - they could see at least 6 more inches of snow from this storm, and depending on the track, potentially up to 12 to 18 inches.

Southern New England will get in on the snow this go around too.

Heavy rain has been falling in southern California this weekend  - triggering mudslides. More rain is in the forecast.

Here in Denver - we saw our first accumulating snow since early January - which was a welcome sight!

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