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National Weather - September 29 (130pm)


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A few showers in Northeast tomorrow

1:34 P.M. ET 9/29/2004


Senior Meteorologist, The Weather Channel




A small upper-air disturbance will deliver a few showers and isolated thundershowers to parts of the Northeast tomorrow. The area most likely to see some scattered dampness extends from southern New York southward through eastern Virginia and the DelMarVa Peninsula. High temperatures in the 60s will dominate the region, although readings in the 70s will prevail from southeastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey southward.



Most of the South will enjoy pleasant early autumn weather tomorrow. There will be a few exceptions, however. Isolated showers and thundershowers will dot the eastern Carolinas, while scattered storms roam the southern Florida Peninsula. Farther west, scattered showers and storms are likely in western Oklahoma and West Texas. Isolated severe storms are possible in West Texas. High temperatures throughout the region will be near seasonal norms with readings in the 80s widespread. Maxima in the 70s, though, will be more common in northern Arkansas, Tennessee and parts of North Carolina. A few 90s will register in south Texas.



Generally pleasant early fall conditions will grace the Great Lakes and lower Midwest tomorrow. Farther west, a weak cold front may produce isolated showers in Minnesota with somewhat more widespread activity possible on the Great Plains (western High Plains, especially) from South Dakota to Kansas. Temperatures, by and large, will be near to above early autumn means, ranging from the 60s in the northern tier of the region to the 80s in eastern Kansas.



Scattered or widely scattered storms and showers will roam the Rocky Mountains, Sierra Nevada and Great Basin tomorrow as a broad, weak upper-air low hovers over the Interior West. Sunny skies will prevail in the Pacific Northwest and Desert Southwest. High temperatures will range from a bit above late September means in parts of Washington and Oregon to a bit below in California and the Southwest. By late afternoon, a sharp cold front will be pushing southward into northern Montana.

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