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Nat'l Weather (220pm) October 11 2004


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More showers for parts of South tomorrow

2:16 P.M. ET 10/11/2004

 

Senior Meteorologist, The Weather Channel

 

 

South

A weak low pressure system bearing the legacy moisture of Matthew will drift eastward from the lower Mississippi Valley tomorrow. The system will spread showers over Florida, the Southeast and Tennessee, with a bit of dampness lingering over northern Arkansas and northeast Oklahoma; no excessive amounts of rain are likely, however. The eastern Carolinas should remain dry, as should the area from Texas to southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle. High temperatures are forecast to range from the 60s to the 80s, north to south.

 

Northeast

Most of the Northeast will remain dry tomorrow, with a good deal of sunshine prevailing from New York state southward through northern Virginia. In contrast, far eastern New England will be slapped with some rain and gusty winds as a large mid-latitude storm, centered near Nova Scotia, expands its domain. High temperatures are expected to range from the 50s in northern and eastern New England to the 70s in Virginia.

 

Midwest

A weak low pressure area drifting eastward through the Deep South tomorrow will spread showers northward into Kentucky, southern Indiana, southern Illinois, parts of Iowa, Missouri and adjacent areas of Kansas. The heaviest amounts of rain, perhaps locally an inch or so, are likely in the lower Ohio Valley. Elsewhere in the region—the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest—sunny skies are on tap. Greater amounts of cloudiness are likely over Plains, but the weather should remain dry. High temperatures in the 60s and 70s will be widespread.

 

West

High pressure nosing into the West tomorrow will ensure the entire region of dry weather and near to above average temperatures. In fact, in northern California, hot, dry conditions and gusty winds will lead to high wildfire danger. Overall, except for the mountains, maximum temperatures in the 60s and 70s will be widespread, with the 80s and 90s common in interior California and southwest Arizona.

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