Is South Florida in for a repeat of pre-Super Bowl weather?
The same basic weather pattern is forecast for the Florida Keys, except there’s a slightly lower chance of storms Friday, but still a significant 60%.
Pack an umbrella for your day trip and know that marine and beach conditions will likely be unsuitable for water activities on Friday.
- AccuWeather predicts a series of winter storms will cause „weather whiplash.”
- Heavy rain and snow are traveling across the country throughout the week.
Dust off your snow boots and shovels, because the first major storm of 2020 is heading your way.
Many parts of the United States enjoyed a relatively mild start to the new year, with low precipitation and above-average temperatures felt throughout January. Unfortunately, wintry weather is making a harsh comeback as heavy snow and severe thunderstorms are expected to sweep across the country this week.
Forecasters predict a powerful winter storm that dropped snow on the West coast on Monday will travel east over the next few days, causing residents to experience „weather whiplash” after recent record-challenging temperatures reached the 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s.
„Several inches of snow are possible in a swath from northern Texas to southwestern Missouri,” said AccuWeather Meteorologist Adam Sadvary.
From there, „as many as three storms” will move from the South Central U.S. to the Northeast into Friday, causing temperatures to dip into the teens in some states.
„Colder air will advance southeastward enough from midweek on for some snow and ice to occur in parts of the central Appalachians and northern New England,” Chief On-Air Meteorologist Bernie Rayno predicted.
Approaching storm could bring biggest snowfall of season to several US cities by Alex Sosnowski•A long-tracking winter storm could deliver the most substantial snowfall of the season across portions of the central United States, including cities like Chicago and Oklahoma City, as it is predicted to affect a 1,500-mile corridor this week.Winter storm watches and warnings had been issued from West Texas to Illinois by midday on Tuesday, and AccuWeather meteorologists warn that the winter storm will disrupt daily commutes, school and long-distance travel from Tuesday night into Thursday.The main storm will follow a preliminary dose of light snow that will coat areas from northeastern New Mexico to northern Missouri into Tuesday evening.