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Weather Underground Forecast for Tuesday, October 25, 2016

A pair of frontal boundaries will shift across the western half of the country on Tuesday, while an area of low pressure affects the Northeast.

A wave of low pressure will transition eastward over the central Plains and the middle Mississippi Valley. This system, combined with a warm frontal boundary, will produce light to moderate rain and embedded thunderstorms across the central Plains, the northern Plains and the Midwest. A mixture of rain and snow will be possible in northeast Wisconsin and northwest Michigan. Showers and high elevation snow will also trail this system over the eastern tier of the Rockies. Further to the west, a strong cold frontal boundary will drift northeastward over the Pacific Northwest. This frontal boundary will generate rain and high elevation snow in northern California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, western Wyoming and western Montana.

Meanwhile, a low pressure area will move slowly northeastward across southeast Canada. This system will continue to produce a light mixture of rain and snow in northeast Ohio, northwest Pennsylvania, New York and northwest New England. A ridge of high pressure should keep conditions fairly dry from the southern Plains to the Southeast. The exception to this will be along the east coast of Florida and the western Gulf Coast, where showers and thunderstorms will be possible.



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