The latest weather forecast revealed that warmer conditions are expected in the Midwest and Northeastern US, bringing relief from the colder and winter conditions.
In January, many people in the Northeast and Midwest struggled against the threat of winter storms, from blizzards, heavy snow and extreme cold. Winter advisories were also reported due to the snow threats.
In this week’s weather, the forecast noted the heavy rainfall in the Northern CA Coastal Ranges and and Central Valley. In California, the NWS Weather Prediction Center warned of an atmospheric river event impact on the region, bringing life-threatening rainfall and flooding.
The warming trend can help ease the winter conditions in the Northeast and Midwest. Homeowners can expect a sunny and dry outlook this week.
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Northeast, Midwest Weather Forecast: Where Will Warm Conditions Unfold?
In the Northern Plains and East Coast, homeowners can anticipate the mild outlook this week. In the midweek, a warmer outlook is expected in the following areas:
- Rapid City
- St. Luis
Temperatures can reach 15 to 25 above historical average. The dry outlook can spread from the Midwest to the Ohio Valley. The latest temperatures can become vulnerable to outdoor activities and plans.
On Thursday, the warming trend is expected in the following areas:
- North Dakota
Meanwhile, little to no precipitation will emerge in the following areas:
- Green Bay
- Virginia Beach
- New York
In New York City, dry conditions and a warmer outlook could spread this week. The high pressure and sunshine can stay until this week. In Chicago, freezing fog is expected in the city. Motorists should watch out for slower commutes and dangerous travel due to foggy conditions.
Western US Weather Forecast: Disruptive Stormy Conditions
In the latest weather forecast, mountain snow accumulations and dangerous flooding are possible this week. Starting Monday, stormy conditions are likely in the following areas:
- San Francisco
- Las Vegas
- Los Angeles
- San Diego
Flooding concerns can become impactful, especially in low-lying areas in parts of California. Power outages and widespread power outages are possible due to the strong winds.
Urban flooding and mudslides are also likely, causing hazardous travel in the Western US. The arrival of an atmospheric river event can also affect the weather, causing hazardous travel.
Meanwhile, a colder outlook is also likely in Reno and Elko. The combination of snow and rain can be challenging for commuters.
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