An extremely week of weather is ahead for the United States. Below, we bring you the top four things the WeatherOptics team is tracking for you this week.

Northeast Snow:

Following the major winter storm late last week, another round of thankfully light snow is ahead on Monday while portions of the southern Appalachians experience freezing rain early in the day Monday.

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California Rain:

A substantial storm will finally bring days of rain to start the week across all of the state of California. This is especially great news because portions of the state is currently experiencing a drought. The Sierra Nevada will also receive feet of snow, something that has been scarce this winter.

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January Thaw:

A brief round of warmer weather will finally work into the Eastern U.S. as the trough breaks down this week, but there are hopes for more periods of warmth in the future this January.

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Pair of Winter Storms:

A pair of winter storms will bring snow to portions of the country during the second half of this week. The first storm will bring snow to the northern and central Plains and into the Upper Midwest. Then areas just to the east of there will get their fair share of the snow from the second storm developing over the South by this weekend.

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Author

Jackson is COO and Head of Content and Strategy of WeatherOptics. He also designed his own website and created the local company, Jackson's Weather. He has been forecasting the weather for southwestern Connecticut since March of 2015. He will major in Meteorology and Broadcast Journalism at the University of Miami in Fall 2018.

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