Accumulating snow for parts of U.S. Monday
Main focus is in New England
JOPLIN, Mo. — While we continue with mostly sunny skies for our Monday, parts of the Lower 48 will have to contend with snow chances to start the work/school week out. With Thursday’s wave still out in the western United States, that will cause some higher elevation snow in parts of California and Wyoming today. That’s nothing unusual to worry about.
Shifting into New England, our Thanksgiving storm system is still in high gear producing a winter storm for the region today. Most of that area is under a winter storm warning that’ll continue into tonight. A good number of folks out there will pick up on at least 2 to 6 inches of snow with some areas seeing up to a foot before the system starts to move on late Tuesday. We’ll continue to watch the snow chances across the country for the rest of the week.
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