Yet another Winter storm ahead for the deep South, Southeastern U.S.
Wintry precipitation will end during Friday from southern Texas to the central Gulf Coast, but hazardous conditions will linger into early Saturday across the coastal Carolinas and southeastern Virginia. Mid-Atlantic coastal snowfall could reach 3 to 6 inches, accompanied by some freezing rain.
Following the departure of that storm, tranquil weather will cover much of the country. Occasional snow showers will occur, however, from the northern Plains into the Northeast, where below-normal temperatures will persist. Early next week, a new storm system will produce disorganized precipitation across the South, East, and lower Midwest.
In contrast, dry weather will prevail during the next 5 days in the Far West, including the Pacific Coast States.