The Nation’s Weather

The Nation’s Weather for Friday, March 16, 2018



Chilly air will be reinforced across the Great Lakes and

Northeast tomorrow with temperatures 10-20 degrees below

normal for mid-March. A brisk breeze will make it feel even

colder. Snow showers are forecast to become less widespread

compared to previous days this week across interior areas.

Meanwhile, a system will evolve over the central Plains,

igniting showers and locally severe storms across the middle

and lower Mississippi Valley. On the northern side of the

storm, heavy snow may clog roads across the northern Plains.

Very warm and dry conditions will elevate the risk of

wildfires across the southern Plains. Showers will riddle

the West Coast with heavy snow likely to further bury and

trigger travel disruptions across the Sierra Nevada.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Thursday 83 at Perryton, TX

National Low Thursday 0 at Ely, MN


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