Today's Weather Outlook
8:30 AM EDT, September 24, 2013
UPDATED By WeatherBug Sr. Meteorologist, James West
The Deep South and Florida won`t be able to shake out of its recent soggy pattern heading into the second day of the work week. Rain and even a bit of snow will crest the Northwest while sunshine rules the Plains and East.
WeatherBug Meteorologist Todd Nelson has the latest in this exclusive WeatherBug National Outlook Video.
The Sunshine State won`t live up to its name again today. Instead, more downpours will cross the state, with a few pockets of heavy rain in central Florida. Clouds and showers will also soak large stretches of the South from the central Gulf Coast north to the Tennessee Valley.
A weather system dipping into the Northwest will spread showers from the Pacific Northwest Coast into the Northern Rockies. Cold enough air will be in place to mix in snow across the northern Cascades above 5,000 feet. Any accumulation will be less than one-half inch.
Otherwise, high pressure will bring sunshine and blue skies from the Southwest into the Plains and across the Great Lakes into the Mid-Atlantic and into southern New England. A low pressure spiraling away from the Canadian Maritimes will bring a few raindrops into northern Maine.
Autumn will be in the air in the Northwest and Northeast with highs in the 50s and 60s while the highest Cascade peaks only top out in the 30s and lower 40s. The Great Basin, Plains and East will stay in the 70s with warmer and more humid 80s across the Deep South. The Desert Southwest will be the warmest spot today with 90s.
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