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The Nation’s Weather

The Nation’s Weather for Thursday, November 28, 2019



A storm system tracking off the Northeast coast will lead to

very windy conditions spreading over the region tomorrow.

Winds may be gusty enough to disrupt area parades and lead

to flight delays. Most of the region will stay dry though,

with snow showers being limited to northern New England. An

area of disturbed weather across the Plains and into the

Mississippi Valley will spread rain from Dallas to St. Louis

and a wintry mix for portions of the western and northern

Plains. Across the West, a major storm will continue to drop

heavy rain and accumulating snow for many. Cold enough air

in place will allow for snow to fall across the mountains of

Southern California. Snowfall in some areas across the West

will be measured in feet from this storm.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Wednesday 85 at Key West, FL

National Low Wednesday -16 at Laramie, WY


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