The Nation’s Weather

The Nation’s Weather for Tuesday, March 6, 2018



The blizzard causing snow-covered roadways and treacherous

traveling conditions in the northern Plains will begin to

wind down tomorrow. However, howling winds behind the storm

can create localized whiteouts from blowing and drifting

snow. Winds will still remain strong enough to cause

additional sporadic power outages. On the warm side of the

storm, rain will dampen areas from the central Appalachians

to the Florida Panhandle. Fortunately, the rain is not

expected to be heavy enough to cause flooding. Meanwhile,

much colder air will return to the northern Rockies, Plains

and Upper Midwest in the wake of the snowstorm, while high

pressure brings tranquil but chilly conditions to the

Northeast. After several days of howling winds and coastal

flooding, much calmer conditions will return to New England.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Monday 90 at Edinburg, TX

National Low Monday -12 at Bridgeport, CA


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