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Weather Roundup: National Forecast for Sept. 10

10 Sep 2014, 5:07 am



One more fairly pleasant day will take hold over most of the region on Wednesday before some big changes arrive starting on Thursday. A strong cold front pushes through, leading to the potential for some nasty severe weather for the I-95 corridor on Thursday evening. Then, cooler weather (though not nearly as cool as the Great Lakes or Upper Midwest) will make its way into the picture in time for your weekend.

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

East Central

A cold front makes its way into the region on Thursday as well, with storm chances for Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee through Wednesday. But, the front looks like it may stall out right over North Carolina on Friday, leading to chances for storms in the area for the weekend, and the potential for more flooding in the state. Storms could also stay through the Delmarva peninsula into the weekend as well.

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

(FORECAST: Nashville | Raleigh | Charlotte | Louisville)


South Florida looks soggy and stormy the next few days, with localized flash flooding possible as a trough of low pressure works its way into the picture. Elsewhere, stronger storms are possible for northern Mississippi and Alabama on Thursday and Friday and into the southern portions of both states and Georgia for Friday. That front stalls out, leading to plenty of storms in coastal South Carolina, north Florida and southern Georgia for the weekend.

(FORECAST: Birmingham | Atlanta | Tampa | Miami)



The morning will start off dry, but we could see a few afternoon storms building in along the Gulf coast. We’re also tracking a cold front coming in from the north that could bring showers and thunderstorms to Oklahoma, Arkansas, and north Texas. The front will push south into Thursday bringing storms and cooler air to the rest of the region. Lows will start us off in the 60s and 70s this morning. Afternoon highs will mainly be in the 90s, but the panhandle region could see 80s behind the front.

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

Central Plains

Some leftover shower activity is likely around the region today after Tuesday’s frontal passage. Expect variable clouds throughout the day as well with noticeably cooler temperatures. Morning lows will range from the 50s/60s across Iowa and Nebraska to the 60s/70s south across Missouri and Kansas. It won’t warm up too much in Nebraska today with highs in the 50s/60s while Iowa and Kansas will top out in the 60s/70s this afternoon. Missouri will be the warm state in the region with highs generally in the 70s/80s.

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

Great Lakes

The threat for severe storms continues across Illinois, Indiana, southern Michigan, and northwest Ohio this afternoon. A powerful low pressure system will bring a chance of thunderstorms for most of the day. Heavy rainfall has prompted a Flash Flood Watch for Wisconsin, much of Illinois, and central Indiana until this afternoon. As a cold front passes, a drier and significantly cooler pattern will build in. Overnight lows will range from the 40s and 50s behind the front, to the 60s and 70s out ahead of it. Highs this afternoon will warm into the 80s and 90s in the south, but most of the region will only see 50s, 60s, and 70s.

(FORECAST: Minneapolis | Milwaukee | Chicago | Detroit)


High Plains

For the higher elevation locations of the high plains the next day or so will bring some snow to the area as the cold air from the cold front finally begins to assert itself. Highs today will be will be much cooler with some areas in the northern portions struggling to reach the 50° mark. Parts of eastern North and South Dakota will be a little warmer. Same for southern Wyoming with high temps near 60°. This cooler air will be sticking around for the coming days, but it will begin to warm slightly into this weekend.

(FORECAST: Pierre | Bismarck | Cody | Billings)

Four Corners

It won’t be as wet across the Four Corners region today though isolated showers are still possible around parts of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado. Utah is looking fairly dry for today. Lows this morning will be in the 40s/50s across much of Utah and Colorado with warmer morning temperatures in the 60s/70s down south in New Mexico and Arizona. Highs today won’t be too hot with most areas north in the 70s including Denver and Salt Lake City. Areas south look to top out in the 80s/90s including Phoenix with a high in the mid 90s.

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


A Frost Advisory is in effect for parts of northern California until 8 a.m. this morning. Drying conditions will allow temperatures to drop quite a bit overnight. Most lows will be in the 40s and 50s in the north, and the 60s and 70s in the south. Sunshine will help bump highs into the 70s, 80s, and 90s this afternoon.

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


A ridge of high pressure will rule the weather across the Northwest today with a few clouds around during the morning hours for areas west of the Cascades. It should be dry regionwide this afternoon with plenty of sunshine from Seattle down to Portland and east into Boise. Lows this morning will generally be in the 30s/40s east of the Cascades with 50s for locations west of the mountains. Highs today will be very comfortable in the 60s/70s.

(FORECAST: Seattle | Portland | Boise | Spokane)

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