Heavy snow Midwest, Winter Storm Maya is Bringing Snow to the West.
Winter Storm Maya will deliver an expansive mess of snow and ice to the Midwest and Northeast early this week after bringing more heavy snow to the West.
Maya is spreading snow from California’s coastal ranges and the Sierra Nevada into the Intermountain West.
Some rain is also falling in parts of coastal California, including the Los Angeles area.
A thundershower passed directly over California’s Monterey Peninsula, just south of the Bay Area, late Sunday morning during the PGA Tour’s 2019 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in Pebble Beach, California, where hail was seen accumulating on the golf course’s putting greens.
Snow, sleet and freezing rain from a separate weather disturbance ahead of Maya are moving across parts of the upper Midwest and Ohio Valley.
Winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories have been issued by the National Weather Service from portions of California and Nevada into Utah, western Wyoming and southwestern Montana.
Here’s the day-by-day timing for Maya along with how much snow and ice to expect.
Heavy snow continues in the Sierra, with snow spreading toward Utah, northern Arizona, Colorado and Wyoming. Another round of snow is expected to spread into Oregon, Washington and Northern California Sunday night, persisting into Monday. The snow will impact the Seattle metro area.
Ahead of the main low-pressure system, an initial impulse of jet-stream energy and moisture will glide over cold air in place to produce mainly light snow, sleet or freezing rain in the Midwest and East into Sunday night.
Snow, possibly heavy in spots, will spread across parts of the northern Plains and upper Midwest.
A mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain may stretch from Kansas through northern Missouri, northern and central Illinois, northern and central Indiana, northern Ohio and parts of the mid-Atlantic.
Snow and wind may intensify in the upper Midwest Monday night, with a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain extending from southern Iowa to the southern Great Lakes and mid-Atlantic.
Widespread snow and gusty winds will continue to impact the upper Midwest and northern Great Lakes. A mix of freezing rain, sleet and snow is expected in parts of the southern Great Lakes.
Snow, sleet and freezing rain will also impact parts of the Northeast, from Pennsylvania and New Jersey to New England.
New York City and Boston could see a few inches of snow before changing to a mixture of sleet and freezing rain and eventually rain. The wintry weather may impact the morning commute in New York City and the afternoon commute in Boston.