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Strong cold front

2:53 P.M. ET 11/25/2004


M. Ressler, Meteorologist, The Weather Channel



Ahead of the cold front, temperatures (50s and 60s) in New England were as much as 20 degrees above average. Now the strong cold front and vigorous upper-level system are rapidly moving through sparking one more round of showers and a few thunderstorms. The front and storms will push offshore by evening. Much colder air is rushing in behind the front with northwest winds gusting from 20 to just over 40 mph in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Snow is dusting the mountains from West Virginia to western and northern New York.


A cold bubble of high pressure will center itself over the Southeast overnight. Clear skies and diminishing winds will allow temperatures to drop quickly. Forecast low temperatures in the 20s and 30s Friday morning have prompted the issuance of frost and freeze advisories from parts of southern Tennessee and eastern Mississippi to southeast Georgia and coastal South Carolina.

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