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Weather Roundup: National Forecast for Nov. 13

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A cold front will continue to slide off into the Atlantic, but behind it cold northwest winds set up. That will allow for lake effect snow near Buffalo and Watertown, New York. Other than that, most will stay dry with some hit and miss sunshine. Morning temperatures will be in the 20s and 30s. Bundle up! The lake effect snows will continue on the east side of the lakes with a few light showers through the day. Highs only make it to the 40s in most locations. Have a safe day!

(FORECAST: New York | Boston | Buffalo | Burlington)

East Central

A few lingering clouds leading to hit and miss sunshine to start the morning. Morning temperatures will dip to the 20s and 30s and most locations with some 40s and 50s along the coast. Cooler air settles in during the day with clearing skies from west to east. Highs should only reach the 30s and 40s in the Tennessee Valley and in Kentucky. However 50s will be likely from D.C. to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Grab the coats, you’ll need them!

(FORECAST: Washington D.C. | Richmond | Philadelphia | Baltimore)

(FORECAST: Nashville | Raleigh | Charlotte | Louisville)


The cold front will slide to the southern tip of Florida by sunrise with a chance for some scattered showers from Louisiana to the Pan Handle of Florida. Most areas will be dry for the morning commute. Temperatures will dip to the 30s in Mississippi, Alabama and northern Georgia, while the rest of the region sees temperatures in the 50s and 60s. There will be a few passing clouds through the day with chilly weather from Mississippi to northern Georgia. Highs range from the 40s to the low 80s. Have a great day!

(FORECAST: Birmingham | Atlanta | Tampa | Miami)



Expect showers into the early morning hours for south Texas, while most will stay dry. Cloudy skies can be expected for much of the region by sunrise. Morning temperatures will range from 9 degrees in Amarillo to low 40s in south Texas. FREEZE WATCHES and FREEZE WARNINGS are in place from Arkansas to west Texas. Hit and miss sunshine through the day with highs again ranging from 26 degrees in Amarillo to near 50 along the coast. Embrace the sunshine when you get it.

(FORECAST: Forth Worth | Austin | Little Rock | New Orleans)

Central Plains

(FORECAST: Wichita | Kansas City | Omaha | Des Moines)

Great Lakes

Cold air and snow continue for the Great Lakes. A trough of low pressure sliding from north to south will keep mostly cloudy skies and snow chances moving through. Parts of northern Michigan and Wisconsin could see enhanced snow totals coming in off of the lakes. A Lake Effect Snow Advisory is in effect through today for totals between 3-7″. A Winter Weather Advisory is also in effect through Friday for a handful of counties in central Michigan on the coast of Lake Michigan. The farther south you live, the better chance you have at staying dry and seeing bits of sunshine. Morning low temperatures will drop into the teens in the north and the 20s in the south. Afternoon highs will be stuck in the 20s and 30s.

(FORECAST: Minneapolis | Milwaukee | Chicago | Detroit)


High Plains

A Wind Chill Advisory remains in effect for the eastern half of Wyoming through this morning. “Feels like” temperatures will drop as low as -30. High pressure will keep the Dakotas clear today, but a low pressure system moving in from the west will bring a chance of snow to Wyoming and southern Montana. Winter Weather Advisories have already been issued for western Wyoming and southwest Montana, lasting through Saturday. Higher elevations could see up to a foot of snow. Temperatures will remain in the frigid category today. Lows will start the morning in the negative single digits and teens in the west, barely warming above zero in the east. Afternoon highs will be limited to the single digits, teens, and low 20s.

(FORECAST: Pierre | Bismarck | Cody | Billings)

Four Corners

(FORECAST: Denver | Albuquerque | Phoenix | Salt Lake City)


Rain chances continue across northern California through the day as a front stalls out to the north of the region. Higher elevations of the Sierra Nevadas and colder northern Nevada will see snowfall. A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for northern Nevada through late tonight. Southern parts of the region will likely stay clear and dry. Morning low temperatures will range from the 20s in the north to the 50s and 60s in the south. Afternoon highs will reach the 40s and 50s in the north, with 60s, 70s, and 80s in the south.

(FORECAST: Las Vegas | Los Angeles | San Francisco | Reno)


A major winter storm will continue to slide across the Northwest today. Rain will be possible along the coast and in southern parts of Oregon and Idaho. However, the predominant precipitation type will likely be snow. Northern Washington and Idaho will likely be spared. The rest of the region is under Winter Storm Watches, Warnings, and advisories into Friday. A Blizzard Watch is in effect for the western Columbia River Gorge near Portland. Temperatures will remain on the frigid side in the east. Look for morning lows near zero and afternoon highs in the 20s. Temperatures will warm as you go west. Lows will be in the teens, 20s, and 30s, with highs reaching the 20s, 30s, and 40s.

(FORECAST: Seattle | Portland | Boise | Spokane)

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