Today's Weather Outlook
8:15 AM EST, November 14, 2012
By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Chad Merrill
A typical, quiet, mid-November weather pattern will cover large stretches of the U.S. today with cooler temperatures to the north and warmer readings to the south. The only minor weather hiccups will be across the northern Rockies and Southeast Atlantic Coast.
WeatherBug Meteorologist Bryan Karrick has the latest in his exclusive WeatherBug National Outlook.
The easterly flow from a strong high pressure across northern New England will bring clouds as well as scattered showers and storms across central Florida. The showers and general thunderstorms will largely be driven by the sun, with most of the scattered activity in the afternoon and fading in the evening.
A bit of Pacific moisture will scoot across the northern Rockies, bringing scattered snow showers to the Idaho Panhandle, western Montana and Wyoming. Accumulations will be 1 to 3 inches.
Meanwhile, high pressure in the Southwest will ensure sunshine in places like Sacramento, Calif., Los Angeles and Phoenix. More tranquil, sunny weather will be found from the Plains to the Northeast today.
Cooler 30s and 40s will chill the Northern Tier from Washington to Maine, including the Rockies, Cascades and Sierra. Slightly cooler than average 50s and 60s will be found from the Great Basin to the Southeast while warmer than average 70s and 80s encompass the California valleys to the Southwest. Florida will see typical mid-November lower 80s.
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