***Rainy Conditions With Stalled Front Near East Coast***
***Numerous Showers And Thunderstorms For The Rockies***
A Frontal Boundary Situated Near The East Coast This Weekend Will Keep The Weather Pattern Unsettled, With Periods Of Rain And Embedded Thunderstorms From The Carolinas To Southern New England. Warm And Humid Air Over-Riding Cooler Air Inland Will Be The Main Forcing Mechanism For Rain. It Will Be Slightly Cooler Than Average Owing To The Increased Cloud Cover And Northerly Flow West Of The Front.
Farther West Across Much Of The Central And Northern U.S., The Weather Is Expected To Remain Relatively Cool And Dry Through The Weekend. A Chance Of Showers And Thunderstorms Can Be Expected In The Great Lakes Due To Upper Level Shortwaves And Instability.
For The Inter-Mountain West, Scattered To Numerous Showers And Thunderstorms Can Be Expected Across New Mexico And Colorado As A Weakening Frontal Boundary Interacts With Monsoonal Moisture To The Southwest. Isolated Storms Are Expected For The Northern Rockies And Into The Pacific Northwest, While Most Of The Immediate Coast Should Remain Dry Through The Weekend.
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