This NOAA satellite image taken Sunday shows an area of rain with some mountain snow covering most of Wyoming, the Great Basin, and the Northern Rocky Mountains. This activity is developing due to an upper level low pressure system that is stationary over the area. Also, within this rain and snow there are embedded thunderstorm cells. An upper level trough coupled with a surface warm front is helping a line of severe thunderstorms fire up along the Gulf of Mexico and Lower Mississippi River Valley.
This NOAA satellite image taken Sunday shows an area of rain with some mountain snow covering most of Wyoming, the Great Basin, and the Northern Rocky Mountains. This activity is developing due to an upper level low pressure system that is stationary over the area. Also, within this rain and snow there are embedded thunderstorm cells. An upper level trough coupled with a surface warm front is helping a line of severe thunderstorms fire up along the Gulf of Mexico and Lower Mississippi River Valley. Weather Underground Associate3d Press
This NOAA satellite image taken Sunday shows an area of rain with some mountain snow covering most of Wyoming, the Great Basin, and the Northern Rocky Mountains. This activity is developing due to an upper level low pressure system that is stationary over the area. Also, within this rain and snow there are embedded thunderstorm cells. An upper level trough coupled with a surface warm front is helping a line of severe thunderstorms fire up along the Gulf of Mexico and Lower Mississippi River Valley. Weather Underground Associate3d Press

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