The Nation’s Weather

The Nation’s Weather for Sunday, March 4, 2018



The powerful nor’easter will continue to crawl out to sea

today. However, strong wind gusts will continue along the

immediate coast with cool winds and rough surf as far south

as eastern Florida. Major coastal flooding at times of high

tide will continue in the Northeast. Most areas from the

Atlantic coast to the High Plains and Arizona deserts can

expect dry weather today. A large area of high pressure is

forecast to sprawl over the Great Lakes. Meanwhile, the same

storm that has been pestering the Pacific coast with rain

and low snow levels much of this week will begin to push

inland over the West. Rain showers will continue from

western Washington to Southern California, while areas of

heavy snow occur in the Sierra Nevada and northern Rockies.

Snow will also accumulate over part of the Great Basin.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Saturday 85 at Presidio, TX

National Low Saturday -10 at Shelby, MT


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