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Nat'l Weather October 5 2004 (1pm)


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Frost and freeze advisories posted for Northeast

1:11 P.M. ET 10/5/2004

 

Senior Meteorologist, The Weather Channel

 

 

 

Northeast

Frost and freeze advisories for tonight cover much of the Northeast. But high pressure centered over the Mid Atlantic will encourage sunshine and rising temperatures tomorrow. Only northern Maine may be threatened by precipitation... a few sprinkles. High temperatures are forecast to range from the 50s in far northern New England (40s in the mountains of northern Maine) to the 60s over the remainder of the region.

 

South

Locally heavy showers and thunderstorms will continue to douse Texas and Oklahoma tomorrow as an influx of moisture off the Gulf of Mexico persists. Scattered or widely scattered showers and storms may also threaten Louisiana, as well as areas along and near the central Gulf Coast. Isolated showers and storms may dot the Southeast and Florida. High temperatures are expected to range from the 60s in the western Carolinas and the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles to the 80s in eastern and southern Texas, much of the Deep South and Florida.

 

Midwest

The Midwest and northern Plains tomorrow will enjoy pleasant early autumn weather--sunshine and near to above average temperatures--while the central Plains deal with scattered showers as Gulf of Mexico moisture flows northward. High temperatures will range from the 60s around the northern Great Lakes to the 80s in portions of the western Dakotas.

 

West

Scattered showers will dot the Pacific Northwest (southeastern Oregon excepted) as far east as the Bitterroot Range tomorrow. Scattered or widely scattered showers and storms will also roam Colorado and New Mexico. Elsewhere, expect plenty of sunshine and above average temperatures. Overall, highs will range from the 50s in the Washington Cascades and areas of the Rockies to the 80s in eastern Montana and California's Central Valley to near 100 around Yuma, Ariz.

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