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The Nation’s Weather for Thursday, October 1, 2020



Spotty showers will dampen the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes

tomorrow. It is not out of the question that it will be cold

enough for a few snowflakes to mix in with the rain in

northern Minnesota. However, no snow accumulation will

occur. Elsewhere, a thunderstorm or two will rumble through

the southern Florida Peninsula. Meanwhile, the West will be

dominated by sunny and dry weather. Much of the West will

also be hot, which will be a hindrance to firefighters

battling the ongoing blazes. Only the immediate coastal

areas of the Northwest will escape the heat. Cool conditions

will dominate much of the Upper Midwest, with temperatures

resembling late October or early November as opposed to the

first day of October.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Wednesday 109 at Chino, CA

National Low Wednesday 18 at Angel Fire, NM


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