Warmest air since November expected across parts of US next week – Everett Post

BY: DANIEL MANZO, ABC NEWS

(NEW YORK) – A. Late winter cold explosion attacks parts of the northeast on Saturday morning.

Wind showers in the northeast are teenage and single digits.

In the inner northeast, the wind chill is well below zero.

Lake effect snow is possible Saturday and Sunday for parts of New York state where 1 to 2 inches of Snow will likely build up in areas with lake effect snow.

Meanwhile, in the 60s and 70s, a mild air builds up on Saturdays in the central USA.

Saturday afternoon temperatures are expected to be up to 20 degrees above average.

Dry and windy conditions can cause grass fires in the plateaus from eastern Colorado to western North Dakota.

Record highs will be possible in parts of the central US on Monday and Tuesday.

By Tuesday, temperatures are likely well into the 1960s in major American cities like Minneapolis, Chicago, and New York.

The mild air remains at least until the middle of the week.

This will be the warmest air from Minneapolis to New York City since November.

The west coast will have unclear weather all weekend.

The main impact will be heavy snowfall in the mountains, particularly in Northern California where over 10 inches of snow could fall.

Flooding can occur on the coasts of Oregon and Washington. In large parts of the country, large parts of the country will remain rather calm until at least the second half of next week.

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