Temperatures in the morning will be pretty chilly in the eastern half of the country, with many folks experiencing temperatures in the 30s and 40s across the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes into the Eastern Seaboard. However, out in the Plains, as a warm front moves eastward, temperatures will stand out into the 40s and even 50s as the sun rises. The warmest areas will be in Texas and Florida, where your morning temperatures will be in the 60s and 70s. Once again, the West Coast will wake up on the chilly side, with 20s and 30s in the mountains into the 40s by the coast itself.
As for precipitation, things should be relatively quiet in the East half of the US, although some spotty showers may be present in the Northeast as you wake up. The bigger rains will be in the Plains, where some rumbles of thunder are possible in north Texas and possibly into South Dakota and Nebraska. Oklahoma and Kansas will be in the mess however, with lighter rain falling in those states in the morning. Mountain snows will be the big story out west, with heavier snows in California. Don't be fooled in the lower elevations, as the coastal shore will get in on rain showers. Montana will get pretty messy too.