Severe Weather Plagues Plains, South While Northeast Threatened By More Snow

Written by on March 29, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments

A stormy Pacific pattern continues and is taking on an entirely different face as we emerge into April with heat and humidity building. Lows deepen once over the Rockies as the Gulf collides with cool, dry air descending out of Canada.

Yesterday was a busy day for Texas.


Multiple rounds of severe weather will continue to focus on the Plains and South today and tomorrow with another round coming this weekend with the next system.




This severe weather will be tornadic with countless tornado watches in effect.

Mind the piece I put up yesterday on the record warm Gulf potentially enhancing this season’s severe weather.

The current system looks to throw some snow at New England.

This will be a rainmaker for the majority of the Northeast population with Boston right on the border between liquid and frozen.



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