Heavy snow is anticipated for the Cascades and Rockies today with rounds of rain for the coast and this routine is forecast to continue for the next few days.
A foot of snow is likely for parts of the Northern Rockies while several feet of snow are expected over parts of the northern Cascades with heavy rain of up to 4 inches or more is anticipated at the Pacific Northwest shore through Thursday.
A weak disturbance will move across the Midwest bringing mild to moderate snow this evening and afternoon.
Isolated light snow showers are possible from portions of the Northeast and Central Appalachians today and snow will begin in Chicago this day and continue overnight.
Snow will probably be falling throughout the Monday morning commute to Pittsburgh and Cleveland with rain enveloping the Tennessee Valley.
Some pockets of mild freeing rain might even grow throughout portions of the Central Appalachians and can start in New York as snow in the early day but wind as rain by Monday evening.
Rain showers will spread across the Middle and Lower Mississippi Valley, the Tennessee Valley, Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions throughout the day.
Many areas of scattered to isolated thunderstorms can develop along the Carolina and Southeast coasts on Monday night and snow will still be falling into parts of New England through Monday evening prior to yanking the moisture overseas overnight.
The Central Appalachians and inside Northeast will even see a general place of 2-4 inches while locally heavier amounts are anticipated for areas downwind of the Lower Great Lakes tonight to tomorrow.
The fantastic news is that most of the country is considering a significantly quieter weather pattern this week with only the Pacific Northwest, however, being the exception as they ought to observe rounds of rain and snow.
Additionally, temperatures will finally return to near seasonable levels throughout the central US this week.
Dallas is forecast to reach 60 degrees on Sunday, which is the first time temperatures are mild because Feb. 8, nearly two weeks before, and is just short of their average high by 2 levels.
Charlotte will probably be at 58 degrees on Tuesday which is the mildest since Feb. 10 and will be 2 degrees above average.
It ought to get around 70 degrees or higher in San Diego International Airport on Sunday that is the first time since Feb. 1 and that will be 5 levels above average for them.