US Short Range Weather thru Dec 7

Most Of The Northwest Will Get A Break In The Heavy Rain By
Wednesday Morning...

Temperatures Will Return To Seasonal Normal Behind A Cold Front
In The East...

After Almost A Week Of Heavy Rain... The West Will Finally Get A
Break From The Deluge As This Last Pacific Frontal System Has Now
Pushed Far Enough Inland Into The Northern Rockies.

The Exception To This Is Northern California Where Moderate Rain Is Still Possible As The Southern Portion Of This System Pushes Through Early Wednesday Morning. Across The Remainder Of The West... Some Lighter And More Scattered Precipitation Is Still Expected Across The Region On Wednesday... But Should Begin To Subside By Wednesday Afternoon As The Moisture Supply From The Pacific Ocean Will Be Cut Off.

Throughout The Forecast Period... The Northern Part Of This Front Is Expected To Race Across The Northern Plains And Into The Great Lakes While The Southern Portion Slows And Get Held Up By The Terrain.

On Thursday... Some More Rain And High Elevation Snow Could Develop Across The Northwest Ahead Of Another Pacific Short Wave.

In The East... The Northern Portion Of A Strong Cold Front Will Move Off The Mid-Atlantic And New England Coasts By Wednesday

High Pressure Will Build In Behind The Front And Temperatures Should Return Back To Near Normal For This Time Of The Year.

The Southern Portion Of This System However Will Linger Across The Southeast Through Thursday Afternoon. Sufficient Moisture From The Gulf Of Mexico Could Trigger Some Scattered Showers And Thunderstorms Along The Front On Wednesday.

As The Front Finally Makes Its Way Offshore On Thursday Afternoon... The Chance For Very Light Rain Or A Possible Thunderstorm Will Be
Confined Only To The Atlantic Coastal Regions From South Carolina
To Florida.

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