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Jeanne making a move to the north

9:18 P.M. ET 9/26/2004


Tom Moore, Senior Meteorologist, The Weather Channel




Jeanne will be downgraded to a tropical depression by Monday morning but it will take its gusty winds and threat of isolated tornadoes through Georgia and the Carolinas. Four to Six more inches of rain may soak north Florida and southern Georgia through Monday evening as Jeanne continues to move northward or north-northeastward. Wind gusts in excess of 50 mph will be possible, especially in the stronger rainbands. Farther west, sunny, dry weather will prevail from Mississippi through central Texas. West of there, showers and thunderstorms will be scattered over western Oklahoma and West Texas. Highs in the 80s will be widespread, although the 70s will prevail in the Carolinas, north Georgia, eastern Tennessee and West Texas.



Showers from Jeanne may make it into the Baltimore-Washington area by late Monday as they move from the south into Virginia and the DelMarVa Peninsula. Pleasant September weather will prevail over the remainder of the region. High temperatures in the 70s will be widespread.



A cold front will slide into the Great Lakes, mid-Mississippi Valley and the southern Plains on Monday and spark scattered showers and thunderstorms. Light amounts of rain will stretch from the U. P. of Michigan and Wisconsin through southern Minnesota and Iowa into the Plains (South Dakota, Nebraska and western Kansas). Highs will be mainly in the 60s and 70s, although much of Kansas will be in the 80s.



The West Coast ahould stay dry on Monday while thundershowers dot the Rocky Mountain region from western Montana to eastern New Mexico. High temperatures in the 70s and 80s will be common in the Far West and Great Basin, while cooler 50s and 60s prevail in the Rocky Mountains. California's San Joaquin Valley will experience highs in the 90s while triple-digit heat will bake the Desert Southwest.

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