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The Nation’s Weather for Saturday, November 16, 2019



Dry conditions will prevail across the Northeast tomorrow as

an area of high pressure builds into the region. The coldest

air will largely be limited to New England. A storm off the

coast of the southeastern United States will spread rain

from Georgia to the Carolinas, helping to ease the drought

conditions across the region. Coastal flooding and beach

erosion are likely with rough surf and gusty winds. Across

the Plains, largely dry and mild conditions are expected to

kick off the weekend. Another storm system that moved

through the Northwest during the week will begin to sink

south and bring some accumulating snow to the higher

elevations of the Rocky Mountains. As high pressure builds

in behind the storm, winds will pick up in Northern

California, increasing fire danger in the area.


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National High Friday 87 at Marathon, FL

National Low Friday 2 at Yellowstone N.P., WY


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