If you’re heading out today, you have some great chances of quiet weather throughout much of the U.S. See for yourself here on the WeatherRadar. But there are a few spots where travelers should mind the skies.
The Pacific Northwest will have an active weather day with heavy coastal rain and interior wintry weather, including a frozen mix across the Cascades. Winter weather advisories have been posted. Be sure to refresh your knowledge on safety practices and know what a snow squall is just in case a warning is issued.
Speaking of wintry weather, a mix of rain and snow will powder the coastal areas of the Great Lakes as a frontal system scoots through. Some white stuff is already falling across the Upper Midwest, as seen on the WeatherRadar.
Finally, the Southeast is dealing with a stationary front bringing rain and even thunderstorms across Florida and up into North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Southern Texas can expect rainy skies too. Keep the umbrella and RainRadar handy!
That Pacific Northwest storm turns into a northern Rockies and northern High Plains snowstorm Wednesday as the system chugs east. The heaviest snow is expected across Yellowstone through north-central Colorado, with a wintry mix spreading as far east as western South Dakota.
Watch for snow in the interior Northeast Wednesday morning, but things should begin clearing by the afternoon.
The stubborn rain and storms across the Southeast will finally move away Wednesday afternoon. In Texas, the rain continues, but keep travel to the morning hours if you can before the heavier rain and even thunderstorms come in during the afternoon and evening.