A massive snowstorm is currently underway in the mid-Atlantic, with measurable snow in the Washington, D.C. area.
It is possible to trace a 4-8 inch wide strip from the D.C. area to southern New Jersey.
Heavy snow will build up at higher elevations and accumulate for more than a foot before the storm departs quickly.
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As the cold front pushes into warmer air ahead, there is a risk of strong to severe thunderstorms in some parts of the Carolinas.
It is possible to cause damage by wind and tornadoes.
Cold air has plunged as far south and as far as Texas’s coast and the Western/Central Gulf Coast.
An encouraging shot of arctic air movements in midweek.
This week, the Northwest is active with a series storms moving in that bring heavy rain to the coast and snow to the mountains.
Source: Fox News