Below normal temperatures, sometimes record cold (20-25 degrees below average for late April) will shift to parts of the eastern U.S. Thursday morning. So much for the global warming fraud.
21 Apr 2021 – A strong cold front will bring heavy wet snow from the eastern Great Lakes into northern New England and strong thunderstorms with damaging winds in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, according to the NWS Weather Prediction Center in College Park, MD.
An intensifying low pressure system is forecast to move across the central Appalachians and into New England through tonight.
A swath of wet snow is expected from New York into northern New England through Friday morning. Snowfall amounts of 6 to 10 inches are forecast with up to 12 inches possible in northern Maine through Thursday morning.
Well below average temperatures will continue behind this storm system or east of the Rockies, as numerous record low temperatures are likely.
Light snow lingers across the central Rockies as another surge of cold air brings additional snowfall into the northern Rockies.
Subfreezing record cold this morning across much of the south-central U.S. will shift to parts of the eastern U.S. Thursday morning…
Unseasonably cold air – sometimes record cold – will continue to surge into the central U.S. toward the eastern U.S, leading to widespread Freeze Watches and Warnings that cover much of the central U.S., Midwest and the interior eastern U.S.
Numerous daily record low temperatures are forecast to be tied or broken this morning and Thursday morning as temperatures dip to below freezing–around 20-25 degrees below average for late April. Residents in these areas are encouraged to take preventative measures to mitigate the impacts of sub-freezing temperatures on vulnerable vegetation if possible. By Friday, low temperatures will remain around 10 degrees below normal in the Central U.S., with lows hovering in the mid-30’s to 40’s.
The western U.S. can expect lingering light snow across the central Rockies for the next few days while another surge of cold air from western Canada reaches the northern Rockies/High Plains on Thursday. Temperatures will once again tumble, along with a quick burst of snow, as the cold front passes through much of Montana by Thursday evening. The snow should move further south into Wyoming by Friday morning.