US Weather Spotlight: 11-26-18 | weatherology°
By: Meteorologist Jeffrey Nordeen
Updated: Feb 26th 2019

US Weather Spotlight: 11-26-18

A few low pressure systems are causing some stir across the country, with one being over Indiana that will move NE towards New York and the other off of the Pacific Ocean that will slowly push Eastward towards Seattle, WA and parts of Western Oregon.

First focusing on the low over Indiana. This system has a fairly strong cold front to the W and SW, while on the E it has a mild warm front. On the N and W sides of the low, temps will be low enough for snow. Then to the E and SE side, it will be primarily rain until the system moves close to the Eastern boarder of New York. Then temps could be low enough for a mix or even more snow. By the end of the day, snow amounts could be around 6-8 inches in Michigan and much lower the further South you go. Only a couple inches in New York.

The second low that is over the Pacific will cause some rain showers primarily in Western Washington and Oregon. Looking at about 2-3 inches at most for NW Washington, and about 1-1.5 inches in Oregon.

Stay dry and safe out there!

Radar for WA and OR
Radar for Washington and NW portion of Oregon
Early Morning Radar Midwest.
Radar in the early morning for the Midwest. Snow is primary precip type.
Evening Radar for Midwest.
Evening Radar. Again Snow is primary here.