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UPDATED 9 AM EST, February 10, 2014

By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Chad Merrill

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Already plagued by one winter storm less than two weeks ago, a fresh round of snow, sleet and freezing rain is headed back to the Deep South to kick off the new work week. Meanwhile, more rain and snow will pelt parts of the West.

WeatherBug Meteorologist Todd Nelson has the latest in this exclusive WeatherBug National Outlook.

A cold front settling south towards the Gulf Coast will combine with moisture retreating north from the Gulf of Mexico. This will spell more winter trouble from the Southern Plains to the Deep South. Snow, sleet and freezing rain are on the weather menu from Oklahoma City to Birmingham, Ala. Farther east, the evening commute will be soggy in Atlanta before the cold air builds far enough south enough to change rain to snow overnight.

A steady influx of Pacific moisture into the Northwest will spell more rain and snow from the Washington and Oregon Coast into northern Idaho and western Montana. Spotty rain and snow showers will also dot the landscape from northern California across the Great Basin into the Wasatch and Rockies.

High pressure will bring sunshine to the Southwest while Canadian high pressure allows for a cold but dry day from the Northern Plains to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.

Temperatures will stay below zero degrees from the Northern Plains to the Upper Midwest, while single digits and teens will grip the Central Plains to the Great Lakes and western Ohio Valley.

Meanwhile, much of the Interior West, Southern Plains, Interior Southeast, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast will remain in the 30s and 40s. The California Coast, Southwest and Gulf Coast will be the warmest spots with highs climbing into the 60s and 70s.

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