Showers set to dampen Deep South tomorrow

By: Buzz Bernard, Weather Channel Meteorologist
By: Buzz Bernard, Weather Channel Meteorologist

A developing storm system over the southeastern U.S. tomorrow will herd an area of rain and isolated thunderstorms eastward through the Deep South.

Father north, a bit of wet snow may coat eastern Tennessee.

Dry conditions should prevail over most of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas.

Gusty northerly winds ushering in cooler air will dance over southern and eastern Texas and much of the Deep South.

High temperatures are expected to range from near 40 in parts of northeast Tennessee to the mid-70s in far south Florida.

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Scattered light snow or flurries are expected to develop northeastward from the central Appalachians into Upstate New York and northern New England tomorrow as a storm system gathers energy over the Southeast.

No significant accumulation seems likely except, perhaps, for an inch of two over the mountains of West Virginia and extreme western Virginia.

High temperatures will be near to somewhat above seasonal averages with readings ranging from the upper 20s in parts of the interior Northeast to near 60 in southeast Virginia.

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Scattered light snow showers and flurries will dot much of the Midwest tomorrow, the one exception being Missouri.

Little in the way of accumulation is likely except for the far northern reaches of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan where a few inches are possible.

Brisk north and northwest winds, meanwhile, will signal the arrival of fresh cold air over the northern Plains and Upper Midwest.

High temperatures are forecast to range from a bit below zero in northeast North Dakota and extreme northwest Minnesota to the low 50s in southwest Kansas.

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Precipitation in the West tomorrow will be relatively sparse with only a few rain and snow showers reaching eastward from northern Washington across northern and central Idaho into parts of Montana and northern Wyoming.

A weak Santa Ana wind will blow across Southern California while morning fog and low clouds nestle into a few of the valleys and basins of the Northwest.

High temperatures will be near to above early February means ranging from the 20s in northeast Montana to the low 80s in the Los Angeles Basin.

A few forecasts: Salt Lake City, 41; Billings, 44; Denver and Portland, 51; San Francisco and Las Vegas, 66; and Phoenix, 77.

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