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Locally Heavy Rain in the Southeast as Coastal Low Develops; Snow in the Great Lakes

A developing Coastal Low will produce rain, locally heavy, high surf, coastal flooding, and gusty winds. Heavy rain along the coastal Southeast may cause flash flooding. Meanwhile, another Canadian frontal system is producing additional snow across the Great Lakes, and spreading snow into the Northeast. Rain with wintry mix in the mountains will continue in the Northwest from a Pacific Storm. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Fri, Nov. 15, 2019 at 4:35:13 am CST

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A slight warming trend is anticipated through Saturday (though temperatures will remain 5 to 10 degrees below normal), despite the passage of a weak front through the area on Sunday. Mostly sunny skies can be expected for most of the weekend, with a general increase in cloudiness on Sunday ahead of the front. Very low chances for sprinkles or very light rain showers are advertised on Sunday for the area.
Monday through Wednesday, rain/storm-free conditions are anticipated. Cool mornings will be followed by mild afternoons. Late in the week, there will be a risk for showers and a few storms, along with cooler conditions.

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