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The Nation’s Weather for Tuesday, November 19, 2019



A storm system that has caused rough surf and beach erosion

along the East coast will continue to track northward into

southeastern Canada tomorrow. Rain, ice and snow will

continue to fall across New England through the day as the

storm departs. Snowfall totals will be light across the

interior, accumulating between a coating to 2 inches for

most. Much of the center of the country will remain dry and

settled tomorrow as high pressure sits comfortably over the

southern Ohio Valley. Above-average temperatures will begin

to build across the Plains as southerly winds draw up warm

and moist air from the Gulf of Mexico. Farther west, a pair

of storm systems tracking into the West Coast will begin to

spread rain to both the Northwest and Southwest. This will

be the first big rainfall across the Southwest in months.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Monday 94 at Miramar MCAS, CA

National Low Monday -7 at Clayton Lake, ME


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