Today's Weather Outlook
UPDATED 8:45 AM EDT, November 4, 2013
UPDATED By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Fred Allen
The on-and-off autumn weather is back in the on position across the West and across Texas and the southern Plains. Quiet, cool November weather will also be on the cool-side across the Eastern U.S.
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A parade of Pacific systems that brought rain, mountain snow, and wind to the Northwest this weekend will push deeper into the Mountain West, northern Plains and Midwest for the start of the new work week. Scattered showers and mountain snow will stretch from Seattle and Portland, Ore., to Denver and Albuquerque, N.M.
Even residents across the Upper Midwest and western Great Lakes will have to break out the umbrellas and rain gear for the afternoon and evening commute home.
The mercury will range from the lower 40s to the middle 50s from Washington State to the Great Lakes, and southward to the Intermountain West, with 30s in the higher elevations.
The other unsettled weather spot across the U.S. will be the Texas to Arkansas Plains, as Pacific moisture surges northward today. Downpours and a few thunderstorms will rattle waterlogged cities such as Waco, Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio, Texas. Despite the clouds and rain, highs will climb into the 60s and 70s.
Other than a few nuisance showers along the Atlantic Seaboard from North Carolina to Florida, there will be plenty of early-November sunshine across the Eastern U.S. It will be a similar story for the Golden State as well, with one caveat there will be a definite autumn chill in the air.
Temperatures will only manage the 60s, 70s, and a few very low 80s across California and the Gulf Coast into Florida and the Mid-South. Even chillier 30s and 40s will be the rule over New England and the Mid-Atlantic today, with cool 50s stretching from the central Plains into parts of the Carolinas.
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