Following a front that brought wet weather to the region on
Friday, the Northeast and mid-Atlantic can expect a dry and
sunny day tomorrow. Showers and heavy thunderstorms will pop
up throughout the day across Florida and the Southeast
coast. A weak system will bring rain and snow showers across
part of the Midwest. Much of the southeastern and
south-central United States can expect a dry, pleasant day
with plenty of sunshine. Accumulating snow is expected to
blanket much of Colorado. A few showers could dampen the
Oregon coast. While sunshine will be limited by clouds,
areas from the central Plains to the northern Rockies can
expect a dry day. Sunshine and mild conditions will hold
across the southwestern U.S.
Some Severe Weather Reports from Wednesday night and Thursday...
-A tornado caused damage in Lake Charles, La. Thursday morning.
-An ASOS station in Lees Summit, Mo. reported a 64 mph
thunderstorm-related wind gust Wednesday night
Trees and power lines were downed in Newburg, Wisconsin, due to
heavy ice accumulation on Thursday.
Power lines were downed near Butternut, Michigan, due to heavy ice
accumulation on Thursday.
Multiple accidents occurred in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, due to
ice on Thursday.
Trees and power lines were downed in Greenville, Kentucky, due to
non-thunderstorm winds on Thursday.
National High Today 89 at Thermal, California
National Low Today 3 at Presque Isle, Maine
International High (last 24 hours) 112 at Bokoro, Chad
International Low (last 24 hours) -40 at Saint-Benoit-du-Lac, Canada