The Nation’s Weather

The Nation’s Weather for Wednesday, March 7, 2018



A travel-disrupting, to in some cases crippling, snowstorm

will target the Northeast tomorrow. Although precipitation

may start as rain in the Interstate-95 corridor from New

York City to Baltimore, a plowable snowfall is expected once

rain changes over to snow. Farther inland, snowfall amounts

may reach or exceed a foot from the Poconos to the Green and

White Mountains and much of Maine. Closer to the coast,

howling onshore winds threaten to bring additional power

outages, tree damage and renew coastal flooding concerns in

areas pummeled by last week’s nor’easter. Snow-covered

roadways, difficult travel and airport delays can all be

expected in the Northeast. Elsewhere, a blast of winterlike

air will surge back into the central and southern United

States with dry and mild conditions in the West.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Tuesday 82 at Thermal, CA

National Low Tuesday -15 at Eureka, NV


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