Western storms throw rain in cities like Los Angeles and snow in Sierra Nevada will track East Thursday.
The first storm is expected to bring 2 to 4 inches of snow on Thursday and Friday from Indiana east to Pennsylvania,
On Friday, the main metro areas of the East Coast will likely are faced with mild snow during the morning trips. The storm must move so fast that it is expected to remain low in New York and Boston.
Snow late on Friday in Kansas.
Winds can bury up to 35 miles per hour, causing fogging and snow scattering on Saturday night.
As low trails farther east, warm air is likely to blend from the south. At this time it is not certain where the line between rain and snow will be formed. A model from Tuesday by the National Meteorological Service shows a winter mix in cities like St. Louis, but early Wednesday the model showed more than a snowy event.
It is unclear what kind of rainfall is expected for the Northeast subway areas, but the forecasts expect a significant amount on Saturday evening to Sunday up and down the East Coast.
The latest forecast shows that places like New York will see snow, which will start on Saturday night, which will then become more winter and probably even Sunday sun. Extreme cold will affect most of the continental part of the United States. The highest values on Sunday in the Kansas City area ̵
The National Meteorological Service warns that "those with outdoor plans this weekend should be prepared for potentially dangerous conditions if exposed to the elements and dressed accordingly."
The extreme cold follows the storm and moves to the rest of the eastern US on Monday.
The National Weather Service in Boston said he expects a "wave surge from temperatures over that part of the forecast" and "a long period of time below normal temperatures early next week."
Keep gloves handy because the temperatures are not just below the average Sunday and Monday.