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December 18, 2009 / Dave Gorham

Heavy Rains Southeastern US; Heavy Snow Mid-Atlantic

The strong winter low pressure system that started in the western Gulf of Mexico earlier this week is now moving across the Florida Panhandle, while a surge of cold air moves across the Midwest. These two systems are spreading copious amounts of precipitation! North Miami Beach, Florida recorded 11.31 inches of rain yesterday, while 12+ inches of snow are expected in the higher elevations of North Carolina and West Virginia (totals of 5-10 inches of snow will be widespread) today.

 

Image courtesy of ImpactWeather Gmaps Interactive Mapping System.

 

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