Top Weather Stories for Tuesday, November 7th, 2017
Here is a look at some of the top weather stories we are covering today on-air and online.
Tropical Storm Rina is still churning out in the Atlantic. Still will not impact land in the next several days.
Snow for the Central Rockies
It’s been a snowy morning for parts of Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska. The snow chances should start to weaken for the afternoon and evening.
Heavy Rain for the Southern Plains and Pacific Northwest
Two weather systems will be impacting the Pacific Northwest this week. These systems will have plenty of Pacific moisture to work with and will likely produce some heavy rainfall for parts of California, Washington and Oregon.
Over parts of Texas, as a cold front moves south…warm and humid air will overrun the cold and dry air behind the front. This set-up will lead to scattered showers with times of heavy rain for Wednesday.
Arctic Blast for the Great Lakes and Northeast
Arctic air setting up shop of the Northern Plains will continue to push east during the week. By Friday it will move into the Northeast where highs will be well below normal.
We will be covering these stories and many more all day. Keep it tuned to WeatherNation for the very latest!
Meteorologist Patrick Crawford