Spring snow continues Thursday across the Central Rockies and High Plains through the end of the week. More than a foot of snow is likely across the Rockies, with a wet 1 to 3 inches likely in Denver. Expected snowfall totals in the western U.S.
The system that brought strong storms and flooding across the Mid-South and the East is now moving offshore. Winds will still be very gusty over the Northeast as the system exits with residual rain and snow showers. The national forecast for Monday, March 29. (Fox News)
A strengthening storm system is expected to bring the risk for several days of severe weather across the Plains and into Deep South. More heavy snow will also be in the forecast over some of the same areas that received historic snowfall over the weekend. The national forecast for
A significant storm system is forecast to bring heavy rain and mountain snow to the Rockies and the Plains this weekend. Flash flooding will be possible along with strong to severe thunderstorms. Large hail, damaging winds and some tornadoes will be possible as the cold
A pretty quiet forecast is expected for at least half the country. The West will deal with several rounds of coastal rain and higher-elevation snow. The national forecast for Monday, March 8. (Fox News) CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP A really nice taste of spring is in store for