Saturday, January 29, 2011

Big Cold Snap, Potential Winter Storm Coming

A big trough of low pressure will slide down the Rockies as we head into next week - bringing cold and the chance for unsettled weather to many.

Colder than normal temperatures are expected to plunge all the way to the Gulf of Mexico and south Texas.

Along with the cold air will be another round of winter weather - with snow and potentially an ice storm for locatons from Oklahoma to Washington D.C.

In the south, heavy rain is expected - and possibly even a small outbreak of severe weather sometime Tuesday into Wednesday across the Arklatex region.

If this storm digs a bit further south - then the bands of wintry weather could shift south - bringing snow and ice to parts of Dixie.

Of course this is over 90 hours away and a lot could change - but the bottom line is expect cooler and unsettled weather as we head into Tuesday and Wednesday of next week across most of the lower 48 states along and east of the Rocky Mountains!

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