A colder pattern unfolds next week; more drought-easing moisture for the West, Plains

For the remainder of Friday, a significant rain event will continue to unfold across the southern and eastern Corn Belt, leading to flash flooding and muddy field conditions.  Later Friday, a narrow band of heavy, wet snow is expected from central Illinois into southern Lower Michigan, with totals of 4 to 10 inches possible. 

For Friday night into Saturday, heavy snow will reach parts of New York and New England.  Subsequently, the focus for stormy weather will return to the western U.S. 

Although Western precipitation is not expected to be particularly heavy over the next 5 days, cold weather and widespread snow showers will further bolster spring and summer runoff potential.

Late in the weekend and early next week, snow will blanket portions of the northern U.S., mainly from the northern Rockies into the Great Lakes region. 

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