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The Nation’s Weather for Wednesday, April 8, 2020



Warm air will encompass a large swath from the central and

southern Plains to the mid-Atlantic and Southeast coasts

tomorrow. Daily record highs are forecast to be challenged

in the South. Showers will accompany a storm system

sweeping through the Northeast, as thunderstorms bubble up

in the Southern states amid the heat. A batch of chilly air

is forecast to plunge southward across the northern Plains

and Upper Midwest. Rain will dampen the upper Mississippi

Valley and western Great Lakes as the cool air advances. A

potent storm will continue to drench Southern California

and part of the Desert Southwest with rain and storms. The

cloudy, damp weather will keep temperatures several degrees

below normal for the time of year. Dry, sunny weather is in

store for the Northwest, Rockies and High Plains.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Tuesday 93 at Falfurrias, TX

National Low Tuesday 16 at Gould, CO


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