Big storm hitting Western states

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

The active winter weather pattern over the United States continues, as another Pacific storm is belting an area from California to Washington state, and Eastward to Montana.

Much of it will fall as rain in the lower elevations, but forecaster Brian Korty at the National Forecast Desk in Camp Springs, Maryland, says the Sierra Nevada will be measuring snow by the foot.

The storm will then move into the Great Basin and Upper Plains, bringing more winter weather to that section of the country.

And as the storm moves out, cold air from Canada will pour into the lower 48, ending the February warm-up that many parts of the country have been enjoying.


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