Colder air will dive across much of the eastern United
States tomorrow. Snow showers will accompany this colder air
from the Great Lakes and Northeast to the central
Appalachians. Most locations will receive a light
accumulation, but some locations could pick up 2 or 3 inches
in the heaviest bands of snow. Meanwhile, a zone of light
snow will fall across the Dakotas. Dry conditions will
prevail across the southern Plains and the Gulf Coast. High
pressure will remain dominant across the Western states with
plenty of sunshine in store. While highs will remain cool
across portions of the Intermountain West, mild air will
surge along the US West Coast. Some cities will challenge
record-highs along the West Coast including Los Angeles and
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS BY ACCU WEATHER
Wind gusts Saturday night, Sunday:
90 mph -- near Pinecliffe, Colo.
78 mph -- near Wicksville, S.D.
77 mph -- Jackson, S.D.
77 mph -- near Cactus Flat, S.D.
75 mph -- near Scenic, S.D.
74 mph -- Lyons, Colo.
74 mph -- Mud Butte, S.D.
72 mph -- Rapid City Airport, S.D.
71 mph -- Rapid City, S.D.
High winds toppled a semi rig along Interstate Highway 94 near Miles
City, Montana. Along Highway 87, a trailer was blown over between
Roundup and Billings, Montana.
In Johnston and Wilson counties, North Carolina, sleet accumulation
was enough to trigger multiple traffic accidents. Among these
accidents were incidents on Interstate Highway 95.
24-Hour Rainfall Totals (Inches), Ending 8 PM Sunday (EST)
Sexton, OR 3.78
Oaks, ND 2.56
Rolla, ND 2.33
Jacksonville, NC 2.02
Hatteras, NC 1.91
Ellis, NC 1.91
Oak Island, NC 1.90
Wilmington, NC 1.88
Valley City, ND 1.82
Clinton, NC 1.74
Conway, SC 1.68
Elizabethtown, NC 1.38
Kenansville, NC 1.35
Goldsboro, NC 1.35
New Bern, NC 1.33
National High Today Today 89 at Fullerton, California
National Low Today Today -17 at Gunnison, Colorado
International High (last 24 hours) 110 at Cararnvon, Australia
International Low (last 24 hours) -63 at Buyaga, Russia
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