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US Short Range Weather to Jan 29

There Is A Threat Of Rain/Freezing Rain From The Middle Mississippi Valley To To Parts Of The Great Lakes/Ohio Valley/Mid-Atlantic....

Temperatures Will Be 15 To 25 Degrees Above Average Parts Of
The Central/Southern Plains And Middle Mississippi Valley...

A Front Extending From The Northern High Plains Southward To
Southern California Will Advance Eastward To The Central Rockies/ Southwest And Merge With A Boundary Over The Southern Plains.

The System Will Produce Snow From Parts Of The Northern/Central Rockies To The Great Basin Waning To Parts Of The Central/ Southern Rockies/Great Basin By Monday.

Rain Will Also Develop Over The Lower Elevations Of Southern California To The Southwest/Southern Rockies ... Diminishing To Parts Of The Southwest By Monday Morning.

Meanwhile ... An Old Boundary Extending From The Southeast
Westward Along The Gulf Coast To The Southern Plains Will Begin To
Move Northward As A Warm Front Saturday Night Into Sunday Morning.

On Sunday The Front Will Merge With The Storm Moving West Over
The Rockies.

A Developing Wave Of Low Pressure Will Move Northeastward From The Central High Plains ... On Sunday ... To The Upper Great Lakes/Upper Mississippi Valley By Monday.

The Associated Warm Front Will Move Northeastward Into The Great
Lakes/Ohio Valley And The Mid-Atlantic By Monday Morning.

Moisture From The Gulf Of Mexico Will Move Northward Over The
Southern Plains Into The Great Lakes/Ohio Valley Producing Light
Rain Over Parts Of The Lower Mississippi Valley/Oklahoma ... On
Saturday Evening ... Moving To The Middle Mississippi Valley/Ohio
Valley/Mid-Atlantic By Monday.

By Sunday Afternoon ... The Moisture Will Overrun Cold Air At The Surface Producing A Band Of Rain/Freezing Rain Over Parts Of The Middle/Upper Mississippi Valley That Will Move Into Parts Of The Great Lakes By Sunday Evening.

By Monday Morning The Band Of Rain/Freezing Rain Will Move Into Parts Of The Mid-Atlantic/Central Appalachians.

In Addition ... Snow Will Develop Over Parts Of The Upper Great Lakes / Upper Mississippi Valley On Sunday Evening Moving East To Parts Of The Northeast And The Lower Great Lakes By Monday.

Furthermore ... Shower And Thunderstorms Will Develop Over Parts
Of Eastern Texas ... On Sunday Evening ... Expanding Into Parts Of
The Lower Mississippi Valley By Monday Morning.

Elsewhere ... Onshore Flow Will Move Into The Pacific Northwest
Producing Coastal Rain And Higher Elevation Snow Into Parts Of The
Northern Rockies Through Monday.


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