Severe Thunderstorms Possible Over The Central Gulf Coast To
The Tennessee Valley...
Temperatures Will Be 10 To 15 Degrees Below Average Over The
Southern Plains Into The Central Rockies...
On The Other Hand ... Temperatures Will Be 10 To 20 Degrees
Above Average From The Southeast Northward To The Mid-Atlantic...
A Strong Front Extending From The Lower Great Lakes Southward To
The Central Gulf Coast Will Move Mainly Off The Eastern Seaboard
By Tuesday Morning. The System Will Produce Snow Over Parts Of
Northern New England With Pockets Of Freezing Rain On Monday
Morning. The Snow Over The Upper Great Lakes Will Taper Off To
Lake Effect Snow By Monday Evening. Furthermore ... Showers And
Thunderstorms Will Develop Along The Central Gulf Coast ...
Retreating To The Immediate Eastern Gulf Coast By Monday Evening.
In The Meantime ... Rain Will Develop Along The Boundary From The
Tennessee Valley To The Lower Great Lakes Eastward To Southern New England ... This Area Will Move Eastward Off The East Coast By
Tuesday Morning. Showers And Thunderstorms Will Linger Over
Coastal North Carolina And Florida On Tuesday Morning As Scattered
Light Rain Develops Over Parts Of The Southeast By Tuesday
Meanwhile ... A Front Over West Central Canada Will Sag Southward
Into The Northern Tier States And The Upper Great Lakes On Monday
Into Tuesday. The System Will Have Little Moisture To Work With
Producing Only Scattered Light Snow Over Parts Of The Northern
Plains Moving Into The Upper Great Lakes By Tuesday. Related
Upper-Level Energy Will Produce Light Snow Over Parts Of The
Northern/Central Rockies Through Tuesday Morning.
Elsewhere ... Onshore Flow Will Produce A Few Small Areas Of Light
Rain And Snow Over Portions Of The Cascades On Monday. By Tuesday ... A New Front Will Begin To Move Onshore Over The Pacific
Northwest Producing Light To Moderate Rain Over The Northwest
Coast And Moderate Snow At Higher Elevations.
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