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The Nation's Weather for Thursday, November 9, 2017



Rain will cool and soak areas from the Florida Panhandle to

the Carolinas today. A wedge of warm air is forecast to hold

on over much of the Florida Peninsula. Dry weather with some

sunshine is in store from Maine to much of Texas. Meanwhile,

a blast of arctic air will race southeastward across the

Midwest. As the cold air rolls in, rain showers will change

to snow showers with the risk of slippery travel around the

Great Lakes region. A period of heavy lake-effect snow will

follow the leading push of cold air for several hours. For

many areas of the Midwest and later the Northeast on Friday,

this will be the coldest air of the season so far. Much of

the Southwest can expect dry weather and sunshine. A storm

with gusty winds, rain and mountain snow will push inland

over the Northwest.


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No new information for this time period.


National High Wednesday 87 at Punta Gorda, FL

National Low Wednesday -6 at Clark, WY


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