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The Nation's Weather for Friday, November 10, 2017



A blast of arctic air will extend from the Midwest to the

Northeast states today. The air mass represents the lowest

temperatures of the season so far. As the cold air passes

over the warm waters of the Great Lakes, bands of snow are

in store downwind of these waters. The coldest air will stop

short of reaching the Deep South, although the weather will

be cool relative to much of October. Expect some showers to

dampen the east coast of Florida and South Texas. A batch of

snow will develop over the northern Plains later in the day

and at night. Meanwhile, a storm is forecast to linger along

the coast of Oregon. This storm will bring wet conditions

from Washington to Northern California and valley areas

across the interior. More snow will fall over the Cascades

and northern Rockies. The Southwest can expect a dry day.


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National High Thursday 90 at Immokalee, FL

National Low Thursday -14 at Poplar, MT


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