***Rainy weather from the Deep South to the East Coast***
***Patchy areas of rain / mountain snow in the Northern Rockies***
***Hot weather for the Desert Southwest***
A rather disorganized weather pattern over the next few days is forecast over the United States through the next two days.
A weak area of low pressure along a frontal zone in the Southeast U.S. will be able to tap enough moisture from the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico for widespread showers and a few thunderstorms extending from the Deep South to the Mid-Atlantic region.
More showers and storms are likely over parts of southern and eastern Texas through Monday as onshore flow from the Gulf of
Mexico brings moisture into that region.
Another weak area of low pressure over the Northern Plains will also have enough moisture convergence to generate scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Elsewhere, a series of weak frontal systems are forecast to affect the
northwestern quadrant of the country through Monday. This is expected to result in patchy areas of shower activity, along with very high elevation snow. Locally gusty winds are also possible in this region as a decent pressure gradient is expected to become established.
Over the Desert Southwest, hot and dry weather is expected for the rest of the weekend and extending into early next week, with temperatures climbing well into the 90s and even low 100s for the lowest elevations.