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Weather Underground midday recap for Friday, January 30, 2015

Unsettled weather persisted across the Southwest on Friday, while an area of low pressure shifted across the Northeast.

A trough of low pressure moved slowly across northern Mexico and the Southwest. This system drew moisture from the Pacific and ushered a mixture of rain and snow over the Southwest and the southern Plains. Moderate to heavy snow impacted the higher elevations of eastern Arizona and New Mexico, as winter storm warnings were issued across the two states. Cuba, N.M., reported a midday total of 5.0 inches of snow. Santa Fe, N.M., reported a midday total of 3.3 inches of snow. In addition, flood warnings were issued over parts of southeast Arizona. Safford, Ariz., reported a midday total of 0.75 inches of rain. High pressure kept conditions calm across northern California, the Pacific Northwest and the upper Intermountain West on Friday.

Meanwhile, light snow showers developed over parts of the upper Midwest. Temperatures struggled to climb above freezing over the upper Mississippi Valley and the Great Lakes due to an Arctic high pressure system over the northern tier of the country. Just to the east, an area of low pressure brought moderate snow showers to the northern Mid-Atlantic and New England. Winter storm warnings were issued in New Hampshire and Maine. Madison, N.H., reported a midday total of 4.5 inches of snow, while Denmark, Maine, reported a midday total of 4.0 inches of snow. Bitter cold arctic air accompanied this system, as wind chill warnings and advisories were issued across the Northeast. Conditions stayed mostly clear over the Deep South and the Southeast on Friday.

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