Tuesday, October 11, 2011

October 11 Daytime Forecast

A frontal boundary wil continue to slowly slide eastward and bring showers to the area circled in the light green area. This includes Illinois, Wisconsin, and even down into Missouri and Arkansas. Temperatures will struggle to reach 80 but upper 70's sounds like a frequent occurrence for today.

A subtropical low we had been watching is now onshore and producing rain across the majority of the southeast region. This rain will continue throughout the day, with clouds basically all over that region. Highs will be in the 60's making for a raw day.

High pressure is in control. Highs will reach the 70's in the southern portions of the Northeast, but Maine will struggle to hit 60 today.

Rain will be ongoing on the upper regions of the coast as a trough moves onshore bringing showers. The mountains will continue to put out rain and snow, depending on your elevation. Temperatures will reach 80 in California and 60's in Washington state.

A trough will be stretched across the Plains, but it does not appear any rain will come from that for today. Temperatures will be in the 70s for the entire region, with higher 70 degree marks down south in Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas regions.

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