|Forecast Fronts and Precipitation|
|Forecast Severe Weather|
As a storm moves eastward across the nation's midsection, a warm front will extend out ahead, bringing up warm, humid air ahead of the cold front that is the caboose of this system. As the cold front comes through, thunderstorms will begin to develop and may eventually become linear due to the classic cold front squall line set up with the lack of shear promoting significant supercells.
Another system will be in tow of the first one, producing precipitation on its northwest side. I find that the lack of a warm and cold front in the area are damaging to any severe threat possible, thus the SPC labeled a 'see text' area.
Another storm system will be coming ashore, bringing mountain snows to the region and rain to lower elevations. No severe weather is expected, but the presence of a cold front indicates a cool down is in the works.
Some light snow and rain showers will be poking throughout the region. No major snow or rain accumulation is expected.