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Weather Underground Forecast for Thursday, September 03, 2015

A cold front will extend from the northern Plains to the Intermountain West on Thursday, while a separate cold front moves over the Northeast.

An onshore flow from the Pacific will continue to generate rain over western Washington and western Oregon. Just to the east, a cold frontal boundary will stretch southwestward over the northern Plains and the Rockies. As this frontal boundary pushes eastward, it will bring light to moderate rain to the northern Plains, the northern Rockies, the northern Wasatch and the northern Great Basin. Additionally, monsoonal moisture and daytime heating will aid in the development of showers and thunderstorms across the central and southern Rockies, as well as the central high Plains. High pressure will keep weather conditions quiet across California on Thursday.

Meanwhile, a cold frontal boundary will dip southward over the northern Great Lakes and the Northeast. Showers and isolated thunderstorms will develop ahead of this frontal boundary across the Midwest, the Mid-Atlantic and New England.

A weak trough of low pressure will linger over the western Gulf of Mexico, igniting showers and thunderstorms across the western and central Gulf Coast. In addition, a warm and moist air mass will remain in place across the southeastern corner of the country. Rain and thunderstorms will persist over southern Georgia and Florida on Thursday.



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