Early April to Yield Blasts of Arctic Air and Snow in Midwestern, Northeastern US

By AccuWeather

A southward plunge of the polar vortex will direct a couple of blasts of arctic air and potential snow toward portions of the midwestern and northeastern United States during the first week of April.

The main thrusts of the cold air will aim at the Great Lakes, New England and the northern part of the mid-Atlantic at a time when many people are looking forward to increased outdoor spring activities.

Continue reading at AccuWeather: Early April to Yield Blasts of Arctic Air and Snow in Midwestern, Northeastern US

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