A warm front is heading toward the U.
“It’s really the first time in a long time where it’s really warm,” said Mike Smith, who works for the Ice Age Network, which helps freeze-dried foods to preserve them in a refrigerator.
“It’s kind of like a snowball rolling down a hill.”
It is the first sign that the warm weather is bringing some rain and snow.
The National Weather Service has issued a cold snap alert.
The snow will begin to melt by the weekend, but some areas may see as much as 1 inch (3 centimeters) in the coming days.
The cold front that started Saturday in Florida will make its way westward across the U-S.
and into the eastern half of the country.
That’s because the front has moved northward on Wednesday and will be moving toward the coast by Saturday.
The front is expected to bring up to 4 inches (12 centimeters) of snow, and possibly as much.
It will make landfall near the coast in the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday, said Mark Seidel, a meteorologist with the National Weather Services.
The National Weather Bureau says that the cold front may bring up more snow than normal, but that is because it’s still a developing weather system.
Weather experts are warning that there could be some snowfall on Sunday.
“It’s not like we’re looking at 5 inches of snow,” Seidel said.
“The weather is still developing, but it is a big snow event that we should get through.”
There is still snow on the ground in many places, but the weather has warmed and that will cause a drop in temperatures.
Seidel says the chance of getting more than 5 inches (13 centimeters) is very low.
“There’s nothing like that, but I don’t think that’s necessarily the case,” he said.
The temperature in the metro area is expected between 19 and 21 degrees (7 and 8 degrees Celsius), according to the National Hurricane Center.