Don Moldenhauer, My-Cast Meteorologist
Snow covered over 70% of the United States on Wednesday. Even Hawaii isn’t missing out with a snow cap on Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano that’s the highest point in the state peaking at 13,796ft above sea level.
The latest snow analysis from NOAA shows snow cover in every state except Florida. Deep snow over a foot and a half covers the mountains of the West, and parts of the Upper Midwest. This week’s coastal storm pushed the snow pack over a foot and a half in the central Appalachians along with parts of New England.
An Alberta Clipper will sweep south through the Great Lakes Friday night and on into the Northeast Saturday bringing a fresh layer of snow. Here’s the forecast for Friday night snowfall. You can check out updated graphics on NOAA’s site.
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