Strong to severe thunderstorms with hail, winds and heavy rain are expected from southeast Texas to southern Mississippi. Elevated fire weather threats are likely across the Southeast, Upper Mississippi Valley and Southern High Plains, due to dry conditions and gusty winds. Expect above normal temperatures in the West and well below normal temperatures in the East, Midwest and South this weekend. Some wet snow is likely Friday night and Saturday in the interior Northeast, which could include rare May lake-effect snow in some of the Great Lakes snowbelts. Low pressure could undergo bombogenesis along the New England coast. States with Active Advisories: North Dakota, Maine
State breakdown below:
North Dakota - Winter Weather Advisory - North Central. 1-3 inches of snow and winds gusting at 35mph from 4 AM to 3 PM CDT Saturday.
Maine - Winter Weather Advisory - North. 4-6 inches of snow and winds gusting at 35mph From 2 AM Saturday to 2 AM EDT Sunday.
High Winds are present in parts of New Mexico, Texas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama.
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