An atmospheric river brings some significant rain and snow to California and other Western states. This is an ongoing system with a very strong cyclone positioned in the Pacific Ocean. The flow of air leads to several feet of snow in the mountains.
Outside of the West it’s a mild January pattern with a few chances for snow. No heavy accumulation events are likely, but there are signals to watch for the middle of next week in the Northeast. Outside of that 1-2 salting events are on tap.
When can we tap into more significant Arctic air?
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