|Today's Weather Outlook|
12 AM EST, November 24, 2014
By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Chad Merrill
|A storm system with roots in the Deep South will catapult through the Great Lakes bringing rain, wind and snow. More snow showers will crest the Rockies while the Southern Tier enjoys mainly dry weather.|
WeatherBug Meteorologist Mace Michaels has the latest in his exclusive WeatherBug National Outlook.
Showers will invade the Mid-Atlantic early with rain bringing out the umbrellas in the Northeast today. A strong low pressure darting into Canada will send a sharp cold front through the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes. Rain will change to snow with driving Northwest winds bringing in much colder air. A few inches of accumulation could coat places like Minneapolis, Chicago and Milwaukee.
Snow showers will keep the winter wonderland intact across the Rockies. Meanwhile, more showers will invade the Northwest Coast by dinner time. The only other trouble spot will be northern Florida where a lingering cold front will be the focal point for a few showers.
Chilly 20s and 30s will rush into the northern Plains and Upper Mississippi Valley while 30s and 40s dominate the Northwest, Mountain West and Upper Midwest. The West Coast into the southern Plains, Mid-South, Ohio and Tennessee valleys and Northeast will warm into the 50s and 60s. Meanwhile, the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast will enjoy milder 70s.
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