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Weather Underground midday recap for Wednesday, November 26, 2014

A norÂ’easter skimmed across the East Coast on Wednesday, while a separate system developed over the Mississippi Valley.

A strong low pressure system impacted to eastern third of the country, as winter storm warnings were issued from West Virginia to Maine. This system ushered moderate to heavy snow showers across a handful of states, including northern Virginia, northeast West Virginia, Pennsylvania, northern New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. Strasburg, Pa., reported a midday total of 11.5 inches of snow. Monterey, Mass., reported a midday total of 6.0 inches of snow. In addition, a mixture of rain and snow affected the Mid-Atlantic and the coast of New England. Chester, Conn., reported a midday total of 2.81 inches of rain. Kill Devil Hills, N.C., reported a midday total of 2.27 inches of rain.

Meanwhile, a separate low pressure system ushered snow across the upper Midwest, while moderate rain developed over the middle Mississippi Valley. Winter storm warnings were issued in southern Minnesota, while winter weather advisories were issued in northern Iowa. Rice, Minn., reported a midday total of 11.0 inches of snow.

Just to the west, a stationary front extended from the central high Plains to the Pacific Northwest. Light, scattered showers moved across portions of Washington and northern Idaho, while snow showers affected the Intermountain West. High wind warnings and winter storm warnings were issued across the northern Rockies. A ridge of high pressure kept conditions clear across the Great Basin and the Southwest on Wednesday.

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