US Short Range Weather thru Dec 9

Temperatures Will Be 10 To 15 Degrees Above Average From Parts
Of The Southern Plains/Middle/Lower Mississippi Valley And The
Ohio Valley...

A Front Extending From The Great Lakes Southwestward To The
Southern High Plains Will Move Slowly Eastward To The Northeast
Coast Across The Tennessee Valley Then Into The Southern Plains By Saturday Evening.

Rain Will Develop Over Portions Of The Northern Mid-Atlantic Westward To The Ohio Valley/Great Lakes And Move Northeastward Into The Northeast ... With A Few Pockets Of Snow Over Northern Maine By Saturday Night.

A Second Round Of Precipitation Will Develop Over The Central Gulf Coast To Portions Of The Ohio Valley/Central Appalachians In The Form Of Showers And Thunderstorms Changing Over To Mainly Rain By Saturday Evening.

Meanwhile ... Upper-Level Energy Over The Northern High Plains/ Central Rockies Will Move To The Lower Great Lakes By Saturday. The Disturbance Will Produce Light Snow From The Northern Rockies To The Northern Plains That Will Move To Portions Of The Upper Midwest By Friday Night And The Great Lakes By Saturday Morning. A Smaller Region Of Rain Will Develop Over Parts Of The Western Ohio Valley On Friday Evening ... Moving Into The Interior Northwest By Saturday Night.

A Front Moving Onshore Over The Pacific Northwest On Friday Will
Move Southeastward To Central Plains/Rockies By Saturday Night.

The System Will Produce Coastal Rain And Higher Elevation Snow
Over Portions Of The Northwest Through Friday Evening. The System
Will Develop Snow Over The Northern Rockies That Will Expand
Eastward To The Northern Plain/Upper Mississippi Valley And Into
The Central Rockies Friday Night Into Saturday Evening.

Behind The System ... Onshore Flow Will Aid In Producing Coastal Rain And Higher Elevation Snow Over Parts Of The Pacific Northwest Through Saturday And Snow Over Portions Of The Northern Intermountain Region Through Saturday Evening.

Elsewhere ... A Weak Upper-Level Disturbance Over The Southeast
Coast And Easterly Flow Off The Ocean Will Aid In Producing Coastal Showers And Thunderstorms Over Parts Of The Southeast Coast And Rain Over The Virgina Coast Through Saturday Morning.

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