Spring In The US: One Storm With Two Very Different Personalities

Written by on April 7, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments

With a stormy pattern at this volatile time of year, so the Eastern temperature seesaw continues. From warm, wet and for some, tornadic to open the week to cold and even snowy to end it.

In the wake of the cold front which produced up to a dozen tornadoes, cold late season brand arctic air is drilling all the way to the South while several inches of snow has fallen as far south as Mt LaConte, TN and the North Georgia mountains.

Credit: Jesse Ferrell

Impressive April snow totals with over a foot in Tennessee.

Credit: Jesse Ferrell

Mount LeConte, TN

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Shining Rock, NC

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Tonight’s forecasted lows via WeatherBug

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In comes the next storm and it’s battering the West once again with wind, rain and mountains snow.

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Beautiful visible satellite loop showing the main storm sweeping ashore on the Washington coast while the cold front sweeps through San Francisco Bay.

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Further east and so we go back to warm and stormy early next week.

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With another storm comes another round of severe weather coming early next week.

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