The Weather Prediction Center

College Park, MD

Storm Summary Message

Storm Summary Number 1 for Central Rockies to Northeast Winter
NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD
400 PM EST Sun Mar 03 2019

...Snow is spreading across the Ohio Valley and northern
Mid-Atlantic, while severe thunderstorms and heavy rain impact the

Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories extend from
the Ohio Valley into the northern Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.

For a detailed graphical depiction of the latest watches, warnings
and advisories, please see

At 300 PM EST...A surface low pressure system with an estimated
central pressure of 1006 mb was located approximately 30 miles
west-northwest of Atlanta, Georgia. A cold front extended from the
low towards the southwest into southern Louisiana, while a
quasi-stationary and warm front extended across northern Georgia
and the Carolinas. National Weather Service radar and surface
observations indicated light to moderate snow across the Ohio
Valley and northern Mid-Atlantic, with heavy rain and
thunderstorms in the Southeast and along the Southern Appalachians.

...Selected preliminary Storm Total Snowfall in inches from 700 PM
EST Sat Mar 02 through 300 PM EST Sun Mar 03...

SPRINGFIELD                           2.0                    
WOOD RIVER                            2.0                    
CHAMPAIGN 2 SW                        1.7                    

FROSTBURG                             3.0                    
SWANTON 3 NW                          2.0                    

CHERRY GROVE 6 WSW                    3.0                    

...Selected preliminary Storm Total Snowfall in inches where the
event has ended...

MOUNT ZIRKEL 4 SE                    32.5                    
MOUNT AUDUBON 3 NNE                  27.5                    
GLENDEVEY 5 SSW                      25.0                    
LOVELAND PASS 1 SSE                  20.0                    
BLUE RIVER 5 SSW                     16.3                    
FORT COLLINS 4 NNE                    7.0                    
DENVER INTL ARPT                      3.7                    

UDELL 3 SW                            3.0                    

BIRD CITY 13 S                        7.0                    
COLBY                                 7.0                    
MONUMENT 9 NW                         7.0                    
WALLACE                               7.0                    
EDSON 13 N                            6.0                    
GREAT BEND 2 ENE                      6.0                    
NESS CITY                             6.0                    
DODGE CITY 2 NNW                      4.7                    
TOPEKA 3 ENE                          3.4                    
DOWNTOWN WICHITA 4 W                  3.0                    

FREEMAN                               4.0                    
MIDWAY 3 ESE                          3.5                    
CATAWISSA                             3.0                    
HAZELWOOD                             3.0                    
SAINT LOUIS 1 W                       2.6                    

GURLEY 1 WNW                          7.0                    
LODGEPOLE 8 N                         6.3                    
NORTH PLATTE 3 ESE                    6.2                    
BOX BUTTE DAM 5 E                     6.0                    
STAPLETON 5 W                         6.0                    

CANON PLAZA 11 NNW                    9.0                    
CANJILON 7 E                          8.0                    
ROCIADA 8 SW                          6.0                    
LOS ALMOS 5 WNW                       5.0                    

ALTA                                 12.0                    
BRIGHTON                             10.0                    
HERBER CITY                           9.0                    
PARK CITY                             9.0                    
ALPINE                                5.5                    
SALT LAKE CITY                        2.2                    

ENCAMPMENT 11 SSE                    25.5                    
ELK MOUNTAIN 21 SSE                  25.0                    
CENTENNIAL 12 W                      19.5                    
SAVERY 16 ENE                        13.0                    
CHEYENNE 11 N                         6.5                    

The low pressure system in the Southeast will continue
strengthening tonight and advance just off the coast of the
Eastern U.S. Heavy rain and severe thunderstorms will continue in
the Southeast before ending late tonight. Snow will spread
northeast into New England by this evening, before tapering off
Monday afternoon across Maine. Total snowfall amounts of 4 to 8
inches, with locally higher amounts, are expected from the
northern Mid-Atlantic to southern New England.

The next storm summary will be issued by the Weather Prediction
Center at 1000 PM EST. Please refer to your local National Weather
Service office for additional information on this event.


Last Updated: 334 PM EST SUN MAR 03 2019