Monday, December 7, 2009

Strong Storm To Affect Most Of U.S.

A strengthening low pressure center over California early Monday will dig and track eastward Monday through Wednesday, bringing heavy snow to the Four Corners, Plains, Upper Midwest, and northern New England. Farther south, this storm will mean heavy rainfall across the Southeast into the Mid-Atlantic, including for us in Central Virginia from late Tuesday through Wednesday. Check out the widespread winter weather advisories, watches, and warnings stretching from the Southwest U.S. to the Great Lakes:

Severe storms will be possible across the Deep South Tuesday and Wednesday as Gulf moisture surges northward and as upper-lift swings through the region. Rain is expected to move into Central Virginia late Tuesday evening into most of Wednesday before the upper low rapidly exits northeast Wednesday night. Periods of heavy rain will be possible in the Commonwealth.

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