A cold front will sweep across the Plains and into the Mid-Atlantic, bringing thunderstorms. Some of these could become severe for parts of the South and the mid-Mississippi Valley.
THOUSANDS ARE POWERLESS AS IOWA, MINNESOTA SLAMMED INSIDE WITH THE MOST HURRICANE FORCE WIND GUSTS EVER SINCE 2004
It is possible to experience heavy rain, large hail, damaging winds, and isolated tornadoes.
Temperatures will drop behind the front, and wintery and possibly icy temperatures will also be affected.
Forecasters predict moderate-to-heavy snow will spread from New York’s Upstate to New England this weekend.
The Pacific Northwest will be active on Saturday with more rain and snow from the coast.
A pair of Alberta clippers will also dive across the northern Plains, bringing with them snow and strong gusty wind.
Source: Fox News