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Weather Roundup: National Forecast for Nov. 4

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After Sunday’s Nor’easter, a calmer Tuesday is in store for New England, but by later on Tuesday night a cold front will produce showers in western upstate New York. Tuesday looks milder with temperatures in the 50s and 60s, but the cold front moving through on Wednesday will bring those temperatures down to the 40s and 50s. A more unsettled pattern looks likely to take over the region later on in the week, with snow possible for parts of upstate New York by the weekend.

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

East Central

A beautiful Tuesday is in store across the region, with milder temperatures mostly in the 60s and 70s for most of the Central East. But Wednesday, a cold front moves into Kentucky and Tennessee, bringing the potential for some drenching rains from Memphis to Louisville. The same cold front will move into the Carolinas, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Maryland by Thursday, bringing with it the potential for big rains in those areas. Cooler but drier air will be left behind in the front’s wake by the end of the week.

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

(FORECAST: Nashville | Raleigh | Charlotte | Louisville)


A beautiful Tuesday and Wednesday look likely across the Southeast before changes arrive with a cold front on Thursday. Temperatures mostly in the 70s and even low 80s will be replaced by 60s (and even some 50s in northern Georgia, Alabama and upstate South Carolina) and low 70s by Thursday and Friday from west-to-east. With the front chances for rain, heavy at times, will move in on Wednesday night and Thursday in Mississippi and Alabama.

(FORECAST: Birmingham | Atlanta | Tampa | Miami)



Expect a rainy and chilly morning for much of Oklahoma and parts North Texas Tuesday morning, as a front pushed though the area. Lows in OKC and Tulsa will bottom out upper 40s and lower 50s. Further west, expect lows in the 30s in the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles. Ahead of the front, lows will be in the 60s in Dallsm Austin and Houston. The front will push through the region through out the day, causing rain and temps to fall.

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

Central Plains

A cold front swings through during the early morning hours. That will bring in showers and a few isolated thunderstorms for Missouri. Morning temperatures will be hovering in the 20s and 30s behind the front in Kansas and Nebraska, however ahead of the front temperatures will drop to the 50s. High pressure builds in behind the front allowing the skies to clear leaving most with sunshine. Highs will be in the 50s and 60s. Happy Election Day!

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

Great Lakes

A cold front moving east through the area will continue rain chances across Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. Behind the front, cloud cover and scattered flurries or sprinkles will linger in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Temperatures behind the front will drop today. Lows in the Minnesota and Wisconsin will start the day in the 30s. Ahead of the front, look for 40s and 50s. High temperatures will range from the upper 30s in the north to the low 60s in the south and east.

(FORECAST: Minneapolis | Milwaukee | Chicago | Detroit)


High Plains

High pressure will keep much of the region clear this morning. Eastern Wyoming and South Dakota will likely stay sunny and dry through the day. However, a low pressure system moving in from the north and west will bring a chance of rain and snow to Western Montana, moving east this afternoon. Starting this morning, strong winds have prompted a Wind Advisory for the Livingston area and Beartooth Foothills in Montana and a High Wind Watch fro the Cody Foothills in Wyoming. By tonight, rain will develop behind a warm front in North Dakota. Temperatures this morning will be in the 20s and 30s, with the coolest air in the west. Afternoon highs will only warm into the 40s and 50s.

(FORECAST: Pierre | Bismarck | Cody | Billings)

Four Corners

High pressure builds in overnight allowing the clouds to clear and low temperatures dropping to the 20s and 30s in many locations with a few 40s and 50s in southern Arizona and New Mexico. It should turn out to be a sunny Election Day for most areas. However there is a chance for showers through the day in southeast New Mexico. Highs will reach the 50s and 60s in most areas with some 70s in southern Arizona. Have a great day!

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


The Antelope Valley in southern California will start off with a Frost Advisory early this morning. Morning lows will range from the 20s in northern Nevada and higher elevations, to the 40s and 50s along the coast and in the desert. Clear skies will dominate for much of the region today. However, a cold front moving through the Pacific Northwest could mean a chance at cloud cover and a few sprinkles in the north through tonight. Sunshine will help highs rebound into the 50s, 60s, and 70s.

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


Another cold front moves in to begin the day. That will lead to slow going conditions for the morning commute and if you’re headed off to the poles. Morning temperatures will be in the 50s for most with a few 40s in the higher elevations. The clouds will will hang strong through the day with scattered light rain and mountain snow showers. Highs will be in the 50s. Not much of a warm up. Have a great Election Tuesday!

(FORECAST: Seattle | Portland | Boise | Spokane)

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