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NATIONAL SUMMARY

Rain will soak interior areas of the South and will reach the lower
mid-Atlantic coast tonight. Snow and slippery travel will spread
across the interior Northwest and northern Rockies. Meanwhile on
Monday, rain and drizzle will extend from the northeastern Gulf Coast
to the lower mid-Atlantic. The rain will not be as intense as that of
this past weekend, but will occur ahead of a push of colder air. That
cold air is forecast to expand from the Midwest to the Northeast
today, where mainly dry conditions are forecast. The air will turn
frigid over the northern Plains to the interior part of the
Northwest. Ahead of the push of arctic air in the west, a swath of
snow will extend from part of western Washington and Oregon to
Colorado, Wyoming and the central Plains. Cool air and some sunshine
are in the offing for the Southwest, ahead of the cold push that will
arrive during the middle of the week with rare snow for some desert
locations.


SPECIAL WEATHER

Exceptional December Warmth in Erie

-On this date in 1982, Erie, Pennsylvania, reached 70 degrees,
setting a record high for the date. This was the third time that
month reaching or exceeding 70 degrees, breaking the December record
of two times, done in both 1889 and 1941. Erie had previously reached
70 degrees on the 2nd and an incredible 75 degrees on the 3rd, which
also set the all-time record high for December. Five record highs
were set in Erie in December 1982 (one of which has since been
broken) and the month averaged 7.9 degrees above normal.


WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS BY ACCU WEATHER

Latest Snowfall Totals (inches):


 Alta, Utah: 14.8

 Brighton, Utah: 14.0

 Fillmore, Utah: 12.0

 Chama, N.M.: 12.0

 Spanish Fork, Utah: 11.0

 Black Mountain, Co.: 10.5

 Bear Lake, Co.: 10.5

 Red Mountain Pass, Co.: 9.0

 Queen, N.M.: 8.0

 Long Draw Reservoir, Co.: 7.0

 Monument, Co.: 5.5

 Pine Springs, Texas: 5.0

 Moscow, Idaho: 4.0

 Rathdrum, Idaho: 4.0

24-Hour Rainfall Totals, Ending at 8 p.m.. EST Sunday: (inches)

Chignik, Alaska 4.86
Alabaster, Ala. 3.10
Meridian, Miss. 2.71
Anniston, Ala. 2.55
Telladega, Ala. 2.45
Birmingham, Ala. 2.33
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2.32
Atlanta, Ga. 2.00
Greenville, Ala. 1.82
Jackson, Miss. 1.50
Marietta, Ga. 1.47
Kodiak, Alaska 1.39
Peachtree CIty, Ga. 1.27
Gadsden, Ala. 1.21
Cartersville, Ga. 1.16
Natchez, Miss. 1.16
Bastrop, La. 1.10
Meacham, Ore. 1.09
Monroe, La. 0.99
Auburn, Ala. 0.94
Gastonia, N.C. 0.94
Columbus AFB, Miss. 0.94
Houston, Texas 0.93
Montgomery, Ala. 0.90


DAILY EXTREMES

National High Today (through 9 pm) 84 at Melbourne, Florida
National Low Today (through 9 pm) -20 at Boulder, Wyoming

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