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National Weather (1240pm) November 7 2004


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Cold, blustery in Northeast tomorrow

12:42 P.M. ET 11/7/2004


Sr. Meteorologist, The Weather Channel




Cold winds will sweep over the Northeast tomorrow in the wake of another cold front. Across northern Pennsylvania, the interior of New York and northern New England, snow showers and flurries will accompany the bluster, although little accumulation is expected except near the eastern Great Lakes. Downwind (southeast) of Lakes Erie and Ontario, a few spots could pick up an inch or two of slushy accumulation. High temperatures will be well below early November means, ranging from the 30s to the 50s, north to south.



Except for a chance of a few showers nicking northwest Washington tomorrow, the workweek should get off to a dry start in the Pacific Northwest. Elsewhere in the West, showers and mountain snow are expected from portions of central and Southern California into the Great Basin and much of Arizona as an upper-level storm spins northeastward into the Nevada. Locally heavy snow (see Storm Watch) is a good bet for the higher mountain ranges of southern Nevada and the mountains of southern Utah. High temperatures are forecast to be a bit below seasonal averages in the southern half of California, southern Nevada and western Arizona. In contrast, maxima should be somewhat above average in the Pacific Northwest, and well above average from Montana to Colorado.



Dry weather will dominate the Midwest tomorrow with one exception, that being northern Michigan where snow showers may leave an inch or two of accumulation across the eastern U. P. and far northern Lower Michigan. Temperatures across the region will cover a broad spectrum with highs ranging from the 30s in the upper Great Lakes to the 60s on the central Great Plains.



Sunshine and breeziness will prevail across the South tomorrow as a dry cold front pushes southward from the Gulf Coast. High temperatures are expected to range from the upper 50s in northern Tennessee and northern North Carolina to the 80s in far south Texas and much of southern Florida.


I will not make a tropical post today due to lack of appreciable activity in any of the ocean basins.

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