371  
FXUS01 KWBC 040715  
PMDSPD  
 
SHORT RANGE FORECAST DISCUSSION  
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD  
215 AM EST MON MAR 04 2019  
 
VALID 12Z MON MAR 04 2019 - 12Z WED MAR 06 2019  
   
..HEAVY SNOW POSSIBLE OVER EASTERN MAINE
 
 
   
..HEAVY LAKE EFFECT SNOW DOWNWIND FROM THE GREAT LAKES
 
 
...TEMPERATURES WILL BE 20 TO 35 DEGREES BELOW AVERAGE FROM THE  
ROCKIES EASTWARD TO THE GREAT LAKES AND THE APPALACHIANS...  
 
LOW PRESSURE SOUTHEAST OF CAP COD WILL MOVE NORTHEASTWARD INTO THE  
CANADIAN MARITIMES BY MONDAY EVENING. THE SYSTEM WILL PRODUCE  
SNOW OVER PARTS OF THE NORTHEAST THAT WILL COME TO A SLOW END BY  
MONDAY EVENING. COLD HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE NORTHERN HIGH PLAINS  
WILL MOVE SOUTHEASTWARD TO THE CENTRAL PLAINS OVERNIGHT MONDAY.  
THE COLD AIR AND UPPER-LEVEL ENERGY WILL AID IN PRODUCING LAKE  
EFFECT SNOW DOWNWIND FROM THE ICE FREE AREAS OF THE GREAT LAKES  
THROUGH WEDNESDAY.  
 
MEANWHILE, A STORM OVER THE PACIFIC WILL STEADILY MOVE EASTWARD TO  
THE CALIFORNIA COAST OVERNIGHT TUESDAY. MOISTURE ASSOCIATED WITH  
THE SYSTEM WILL BEGIN TO MOVE ONSHORE OVER CALIFORNIA OVERNIGHT  
MONDAY. RAIN WILL DEVELOP OVER PARTS OF CALIFORNIA ON TUESDAY  
AFTERNOON. SNOW WILL DEVELOP OVER THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF  
CALIFORNIA AND PARTS OF THE GREAT BASIN BY TUESDAY EVENING. SNOW  
WILL EXPAND INTO PARTS OF THE CENTRAL ROCKIES OVERNIGHT TUESDAY.  
LIKEWISE, RAIN WILL EXPAND INTO PARTS OF THE GREAT BASIN ON  
TUESDAY INTO WEDNESDAY.  
 
ZIEGENFELDER  
 
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