Saturday, October 10th 2009 Weather Outlook

9 10 2009

Saturday’s Weather Outlook; Mid-Atlantic/Southeast System, Plains/Midwest/Great Lakes System, Inter-Mountain West System


On Saturday, a system will continue to affect the southeast, whiel a system pushes through the Midwest and Great Lakes, and a new system develops in the West. Showers and storms will be likely in portions of the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast, as a system continues to push through the area. Rain and snow will be likely in portions of the Plains, Midwest and Great Lakes, as a clipper system moves through the area. Snow accumulations are likely in portions of the Rockies and Plains. Cold temperatures will move in behind this system. In the Inter Mountain West, rain and snow will be possible late Saturday Night, as a new system begins to develop over the area. Several inches of snow accumulation is likely. Below are the thunderstorm and snowfall outlooks foe Saturday.

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October 9-11th 2009 Plains/Midwest/Great Lakes Clipper

9 10 2009

Friday-Saturday Inter-Mountain West/Plains/Midwest/Great Lakes Clipper


An early season clipper system will quickly push across the area from Friday into Sunday. Snow will be likely along with very cold temperatures behind the system. Snowfall accumualtions may reach up to 6-9″+ in some areas of Nebraska, Colorado and Wyoming. With a general 3-6″ and 1-3″ in other portions of those area. A light accumulations will be possible elsewhere in the Northern Plains, Midwest and Great Lakes. Higher accumulations will be possible in portions of the Rockies. Below is the snowfall outlook for this system.

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