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National Weather at 910pm November 29 2004


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A storm system will produce more rain and a little snow

9:13 P.M. ET 11/29/2004


Tom Moore Sr. Meteorologist, The Weather Channel





Wet weather is likely across parts of the South on Tuesday as a cold front advances eastward. The heaviest rainfall should be focused across Alabama, Mississippi and southeast Louisiana. The western parts of Oklahoma and Texas should remain dry, as should most of the Carolinas, southern Georgia and Florida. Look for some thunderstorms ahead of the cold front from the Mississippi River on eastward but widespread severe weather is not anticipated. High temperatures should range from the 40s over Oklahoma and northern Texas to the 80s on much of the Florida Peninsula.



Low pressure will intensify and move northeastward from the lower Mississippi Valley and will result in a rainy day for the lower Midwest and Ohio Valley. On the northern fringe of the precipitation, light snow may develop in the lower Great Lakes, while on the back side of the system, parts of Missouri could see some rain changing to light snow as colder air sweeps in. Elsewhere, generally sunny weather will prevail over the Plains and Upper Midwest. High temperatures will be mostly in the 30s and 40s, except in the Ohio Valley where highs in the 50s will be common.



Increasing cloudiness will be in the Tuesday forecast across the Northeast and by afternoon some light rain could develop across western Virginia and West Virginia. The rest of the region is expected to remain dry, however. Temperatures will be seasonable with highs ranging from the 30s in parts of far northern New England to the 50s over the Delmarva Peninsula and most of Virginia.



The West should encounter a mainly dry Tuesday with only widely scattered, light activity in the Pacific Northwest. A few showers may be scattered about west of the Cascades, while a few snow showers or flurries may affect locales as far east as the Bitterroots. Temperatures will be below seasonal averages across most of the region, with only Montana seeing highs above average. Overall, high temperatures will range from the teens in a few Rocky Mountain locations to the low to mid-60s along the Southern California coast. Frost and freeze warnings are posted for portions of California and Arizona for early Tuesday and some citrus crops may be affected.

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