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Wild Weekend Weather Forecast a Possibility for the East Coast

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The first weekend weather forecast of spring is shaping up to be a wet affair for much of the East Coast as a pair of storms are forecast to impact the region, ushering in the threat of rain, snow, and windy conditions.

Here is a look at what you can expect this weekend if you have outdoor plans.

Two Separate Storm Systems Could Join Forces Along the Atlantic Coastline

Forecasters are monitoring the likely confluence of two major storms that will meet up along the Eastern Seaboard just in time for the first weekend weather forecast of the spring season.

The first storm will feature wintry impacts as it moves down out of Canada while the second system will come up from the Gulf of Mexico bearing moisture-rich air.

Both of the weather events will fire up by the middle of the week before moving toward each other heading into the weekend weather forecast.

The northern arm of the storm will come together along the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rockies and into the northern Rockies of the U.S. Due to its origination in Canada, this weather maker will feature an influx of unseasonably cold air.

These temperatures will be cold enough to support the development of a moderate Upper Midwest snow storm as well as for the northern Plains beginning Thursday.



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