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National Weather at 125pm January 30 2005


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Rain on tap for southern Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi

1:25 P.M. ET 1/30/2005


Sr. Meteorologist, The Weather Channel




A slowly-developing storm system in the western Gulf of Mexico is expected to spin rain into southern Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi tomorrow. The heaviest amounts of precipitation, perhaps as much as an inch or two, are expected near the Gulf Coast, mainly southwest Louisiana. Meanwhile, dry weather will dominate the Southeast and Florida. High temperatures across the entire region are forecast to be mostly in the 40s and 50s, although far south Texas and Florida will be somewhat milder. In fact, much of southern Florida may see readings in the 70s.



Precipitation in the West will be light and limited tomorrow. A few snow showers may linger in the central and southern Rockies. And scattered areas of rain and mountain snow will extend from western Washington (and maybe parts of northwest Oregon) to northwest Montana. Sunshine is expected to dominate most of California and Arizona. Temperatures, overall, will range from well above end-of-January means in Montana and Wyoming to somewhat below in New Mexico. The most pleasant weather should grace parts of Southern California and southwest Arizona where highs will push into the 70s.



The Midwest and Plains will be generally dry tomorrow, although isolated snow flurries could dot the landscape from eastern Kansas and western Missouri northward through the Upper Midwest and northern Plains. High temperatures will range from near average in the lower Midwest to well above in the Upper Midwest and northern Plains. Readings in the 30s will dominate the Midwest while the 40s will prevail on the Plains.



Except for some spits of rain or snow along the Mid-Atlantic coast tomorrow, the Northeast should be dry and generally sunny with high temperatures only slightly below seasonal norms. Afternoon readings are expected to range from the teens in northern Maine to the low 40s in southern Virginia.

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