The Nation's Weather

Another round of wintry precipitation will develop in the East on Monday as disturbances from the Midwest and the Southern Plains reach across the Appalachians by the evening.

The systems will provide snow showers to the northern Northeast, while rain mixed with snow develops across the Central and Northern Appalachians. A few inches of snow is expected to accumulate by the end of the day. More significant snowfall with larger snow accumulations are expected in New England by Tuesday evening.

To the south, low pressure located on the end of the aforementioned disturbances will bring rain to the southeastern quadrant of the nation. Rain showers will develop from the Central Gulf Coast into parts of the Tennessee Valley through the southern Mid-Atlantic. Showers will change into snow by the evening. Meanwhile, another disturbance will move through the Florida Peninsula, bringing periods of heavy rain to northern Florida.

In the West, a storm from the Northwest will provide more rain and snow showers across the Northern Intermountain West, the Northern and Central Rockies and parts of South Dakota and Nebraska.

Temperatures in the Lower 48 states Sunday ranged from a morning low of -9 degrees at Yellowstone, Wyo., to a high of 83 degrees at Homestead Air Reserve Base in Florida.



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