Weather Underground Forecast for Wednesday, Nov. 06, 2013
A cold frontal boundary will stretch from the southern Plains to the upper Midwest on Wednesday, while a separate cold front will inch over the Pacific Northwest.
A cold front will usher wet weather into the Pacific Northwest on Wednesday, as several states can expect stormy conditions. In Washington, light to moderate showers will push across lower elevations areas, while snow will be possible throughout the Cascades. Heavy snow can be expected along the northern Cascades. Rainy weather will also push across Oregon, northern California and northern Nevada. Just to the east, a stationary front will set up over the Intermountain West, which will cause snow showers to occur in the Rockies. A high pressure system will keep the Southwest clear of precipitation on Wednesday.
A cold front will extend from Texas to Michigan, which will trigger showers and thunderstorms over several regions. Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee will all have a chance for thunderstorms on Thursday, while rain will move across the Ohio Valley, the Appalachians and into parts of the Northeast. This cold front will also cause snow showers to occur in several states, including Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. The Eastern Seaboard will stay clear of wet weather as a ridge of high pressure builds along the coast, although spotty thunderstorms may pop up in Florida during Wednesday afternoon.
Temperatures in the Lower 48 states Tuesday have ranged from a morning low of -2 degrees at Yellowstone, Wyo. to a high of 89 degrees at Edinburg, Texas