|Today's Weather Outlook|
UPDATED 8:15 AM EDT, October 20, 2014
UPDATED By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Chad Merrill
|Just as the brilliant fall colors expand into the nation`s midsection and Mid-Atlantic, so will autumn temperatures for the start of the workweek. The only exception to an otherwise sunny workweek start will be along a swath from the southern Rockies to the Rio Grande Valley, Great Lakes and Northwest.|
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A Canadian high pressure will drive cool 40s, 50s and 60s into the Upper Midwest, Great Lakes, Ohio Valley, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Meanwhile, Upstate New York through western Maine will only stay in the 30s. A few flurries could also coat New England`s Green and White Mountains, otherwise, a mix of sun and clouds with a few brief, light showers are on the weather menu.
An afternoon shower can`t be ruled out along the Rio Grande Valley and westward into New Mexico and western Colorado as well. Meanwhile, a surge of Pacific moisture will glide into the Pacific Northwest later today, bringing steadier rain to western Oregon and Washington. Otherwise, a full slate of bright sunshine will dominate the West, Plains and East.
The Deep South, Plains and West will enjoy 60s and 70s, with warmer 80s in the Southwest and cooler 40s and 50s in the Mountain West.
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