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Weather Underground Forecast for Friday, September 04, 2015

A cold front will sink over the Northeast on Friday, while a separate cold front stretches across the northern Plains and Intermountain West.

A cold frontal boundary will extend westward over the northern Mid-Atlantic and the upper Midwest. This system will generate showers and thunderstorms over portions of the Midwest, then Tennessee Valley and the Mid-Atlantic. Just to the south, rain and thunderstorms will fire up over the Gulf Coast and the Southeast. High pressure will settle in over the Northeast. This system will bring a calm weather pattern to the northern Mid-Atlantic and New England.

A separate cold front will extend west southwestward over the northern Plains and the northern Rockies. This front will intersect a warm, humid air mass, which will generate rain and thunderstorms across the northern Plains and the upper Midwest. Heavy rain could lead to flash flooding in eastern North Dakota, northeast South Dakota and northwest Minnesota. Temperatures will also be 10 to 20 degrees above normal across the central and northern Plains. Meanwhile, a wave of low pressure will push southward over the Northwest. This system initiate showers and thunderstorms over the interior Pacific Northwest.

Additionally, monsoonal moisture and daytime heating will bring chances of showers and thunderstorms to the central and southern Rockies. The majority of California and Nevada will stay clear of precipitation on Friday.



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