Today's Weather Outlook
8:15 AM EST, November 15, 2012
By WeatherBug Sr. Meteorologist, James West
The quiet weather continues unabated across the U.S. as the work week begins its push toward the weekend. There will be a few places where showers will cause trouble.
WeatherBug Meteorologist Todd Nelson has the latest in this exclusive WeatherBug National Outlook.
Strong autumn high pressure located over the most of the U.S. will mean a sun-filled day across the Plains, Midwest, South, Ohio Valley, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast. A few clouds are possible across California and the Northwest, but these places will remain dry.
The Southeast coast and northern Florida will be the only places where dry weather is not expected. A small storm system will trigger showers throughout the day, with most of rain focused along the coast and northern Florida.
A broad range of temperatures will be found across the contiguous U.S. The coldest locations will be the Upper Midwest and Dakotas, where highs will only be in the upper 20s and low 30s. Seeking warm weather, head towards Florida, the Desert Southwest, and southern California. Highs here will be in the 70s, with low 80s in extreme southern Florida, including Key West and Miami.
Temperatures everywhere else will be around averages for this time of the year. Highs in the 40s will be found in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Great Lakes, Mississippi Valley, Central Plains, Rockies, and the Northwest. A strip of 50s will extend across the south-central Plains, lower Ohio Valley and southern Mid-Atlantic. The U.S. southern tier will be in the 60s from the southern Rockies, Texas, Southern Plains, lower Mississippi Valley and the Southeast.
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