PLAINSTomorrow, we can expect the low pressure begin to strengthen over the north Texas area, igniting the snowstorm expected for Nebraska and parts of Iowa. Especially heavy snowfall will occur in West Nebraska, where the heaviest snow totals can be expected.
The Midwest can expect clouds in some areas as a cold front begins to come down from the Upper Midwest.
A trough off the coast of Florida will likely create some clouds or spotty sprinkles with clouds in some areas.
Strong low pressure will continue moving east. Precipitation will continue throughout much of the day for the north part of the Northeast.
Mountain precipitation will occur, as will clouds with the high elevation precip and low pressure off the coast. Would not be surprised to see rain showers in the area.
High elevation precipitation will continue. Lower elevations should have a mostly sunny day, but with close-by low pressure, will include clouds in the forecast.
Trough moving through, which is the beginning of the cold front, will create clouds and sprinkles of rain.