Today's Weather Outlook
UPDATED 9:30 AM EST, January 6, 2013
UPDATED By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Chad Merrill
The quiet weather pattern across the U.S. will continue into the second half of the weekend. Other than a few minor hiccups in the West and East, sunshine will take up residence across large stretches of real estate.
WeatherBug Meteorologist Addison Green has the latest in his exclusive WeatherBug National Outlook.
A cold front will bring showers to the eastern Gulf Coast, Southeast Atlantic Coast and much of Florida today. Its northern counterpart, an upper-low, will toss a few snow showers across the eastern Ohio Valley and Interior Northeast. The most accumulation will be Upstate New York into northern Vermont where 1 or 2 inches could fall.
Cloudy skies will rule the Northwest with specks of rain showers along the Washington coast and flurries for the Cascades and northern Rockies. Another potent upper-low will dive into central California with showers filtering across the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys. It will fall as snow for the high peaks of Interstate 80 across the Sierra Nevada. One to 3 inches could make travel a bit sloppy.
High pressure will otherwise bring plentiful sunshine from the central Rockies to the Plains and Great Lakes.
Highs will only climb into the 20s in the Upper Mississippi Valley and colder Cascades, Sierra and Rockies. Otherwise, not much cold air will embrace the U.S. with 30s and 40s along the Northwest Coast, Midwest, Great Lakes, Ohio Valley and Northeast.
Warmer 50s and 60s will be found in the California valleys, Southwest and southern Plains. Meanwhile, the Gulf and Southeast Atlantic Coast will warm into the 70s with 80s in southern Florida.
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