The nation’s weather

The nation’s weather for Monday, April 17, 2023

As this weekend’s storm system advances to the Northeast, a

Strong cooling is expected in the region tomorrow

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with rainy periods. Snow is accumulating in the Midwest

expected in much of Wisconsin and northern Michigan,

Some of these can accumulate over 6 inches. about the rest

from Michigan and along the Interstate 80 corridor in

In the Midwest, however, the rain can turn to snow for some time

Accumulation is unlikely. Steady in the Pacific Northwest

Rain will move north from northern California,

with some snow in the cascades, as a new storm system

Approaches. Dry in the Southwest and Rockies

expected conditions. Calm weather will also

extend to the plains and south-east, apart from perhaps a

Showers or thunderstorms in South Florida.

No new information for this period.

No new information for this period.

National High Sunday 95 in Plant City, FL

National Low Sunday 1 in Gould, CO

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