A weak system Friday Night through Sunday Morning will bring rain and a wintry mix to parts of the southeast United States.
A warming trend is expected through the weekend as an upper level ridge builds in behind a nor’easter that brought heavy rain and snow to the northeast and mid-Atlantic.
A storm system will develop on a stalled front Tuesday Night into Wednesday, bringing rain and snow to the northwest side of the storm system as it tracks up the East Coast.
The powerful Arctic plunge has already settled into areas west of the Mississippi River, and is in the process of sweeping eastward.
The strongest push of Arctic air of the season is expected to push into the eastern and central United States next week as a deep area of low pressure in the Gulf of Alaska helps to send temperatures up to 20 degrees below average.