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Weather Underground Forecast for Saturday, November 28, 2015

An active weather pattern will persist over the central third of the country on Saturday, while a ridge of high pressure builds over the West Coast.

A cold frontal boundary will extend southwestward over southern New England, the Ohio Valley, the middle Mississippi Valley and the southern Plains. An arctic air mass will remain in place across the northern and central Plains. A warm and moist air mass from the Gulf of Mexico will overrun the cold frontal boundary, which will result in numerous types of precipitation over the Plains. A mixture of sleet and freezing rain will be possible over northern Texas and southwest Oklahoma. A mixture of rain and snow will continue across New Mexico, eastern Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska northern Missouri and southwest Iowa. Snow showers will also affect the Rockies and the northern high Plains. Meanwhile, rain and thunderstorms will develop just south of the arctic air mass over the southern Plains, the middle Mississippi Valley and the lower Mississippi Valley. Prolonged rain will bring threats of flash flooding to the northern half of Texas, southeast Oklahoma, Arkansas, northwest Mississippi, western Tennessee, western Kentucky and southeast Missouri. A swath of light to moderate rain will also transition southeastward over the Midwest, the Tennessee Valley, the northern Mid-Atlantic and southern New England. High pressure will keep the Southeast mostly clear of precipitation, with the exception to scattered showers over eastern Florida.

Out west, a ridge of high pressure will build over the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia. Temperatures will stay below average across much of the West Coast on Saturday.


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