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The Nation’s Weather for Wednesday, January 13, 2021



Quiet weather will continue to dominate the eastern half of

the country tomorrow. Stray flurries may fly in upstate New

York, while the rest of the Northeast experiences some

sunshine with near- to slightly above-average temperatures.

Cool conditions are forecast to remain in place across the

Southeast. Although most of the region can expect a dry day,

moisture flowing in from the Gulf of Mexico will lead to

showers in central and South Florida. Mild air is expected

to continue to build over the High Plains, with daily

records likely to be challenged in northern areas. The warm

air will build ahead of a potent storm sweeping through

Idaho and Montana with high winds, rain and mountain snow.

Wet weather will taper off in Washington and Oregon, while

the Southwest states remain dry.


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National High Tuesday 79 at Tamiami, FL

National Low Tuesday -38 at Antero Reservoir, CO


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