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The Nation’s Weather

The Nation’s Weather for Sunday, November 1, 2020



A cold front will swing across the eastern half of the

United States tomorrow and allow chilly air to filter across

much of the nation. As a result of this front, snow showers

and even a few snow squalls will develop in the typical

lake-effect regions around the Great Lakes. Whiteout

conditions will be possible in any heavier snow squall.

Farther east, gusty showers will overspread much of the

Northeast and mid-Atlantic throughout the day. The

combination of wet weather and gusty winds may lead to

pockets of power outages from the Great Lakes to the East

Coast. Much of the rest of the nation will be dry, but

unseasonably chilly. High temperatures 5-10 degrees

Fahrenheit above normal will be common across the Plains and

the Rockies. The West Coast will remain warm.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Saturday 93 at Yuma, AZ

National Low Saturday 7 at Saranac Lake, NY


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