Today's Weather Outlook
7 AM EST, November 13, 2012
By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Chad Merrill
The recent Eastern warm spell is coming to an abrupt end as a cold front shaves off 20 to 30 degrees from Monday`s temperatures. The front will also bring an early dose of rain to the Interstate 95 corridor. Other than a few rain and snow showers in the Northwest, quiet weather will be the norm in the U.S.
WeatherBug Meteorologist Todd Nelson has the latest in this exclusive WeatherBug National Outlook.
Rain jackets and umbrellas will be needed in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast to begin the day as a cold front brings morning showers. Sweaters will be needed for the second half of the day as the front scoots off the coast and drops temperatures into the 40s by sunset.
Morning clouds will break for afternoon sun in the Southeast but temperatures will be much cooler than Monday. Instead of upper 60s to middle 70s, highs will only climb into the 50s to lower 60s. Florida will be the exception with 70s and 80s for the afternoon.
Other than a few rain and snow showers in the Northwest and isolated showers in southern Texas, large stretches of the U.S. will be dry and sunny today.
The Northern Tier will be the coolest with 30s and 40s from the northern Cascades through the northern Plains and south into the eastern Ohio Valley. The Interstate 5 corridor through the Great Basin into the Southwest and along the Southern Tier through Texas and the Lower Mississippi Valley will enjoy 50s, 60s and 70s.
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