Snow, ice, rain, and Thunderstorms for the Eastern U.S.

Posted by on Sunday, February 14, 2016

A developing storm system over the Deep South is forecast to track northeastward over the Appalachians and bring a variety of precipitation types to the eastern U.S.

Over the Gulf Coast states and the southeast Coast rain is likely.

Snow is likely over far inland portions of the Mid-Atlantic region and the interior Northeast. Freezing rain and ice pellets is also likely just west of the Interstate 95 corridor and including western North Carolina through central Maryland.

At the same time there is a slight risk of severe thunderstorms Monday afternoon across parts of southeastern Mississippi into southwestern Alabama and adjacent gulf coastal areas.

There is a marginal risk of severe thunderstorms across surrounding areas of the central and eastern gulf coast region.

There is a marginal risk of sever thunderstorms late Monday night near coastal South Carolina.

The Team

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