omaha all the up to the great lakes. at the same time, it's frontal boundary is picking up gulf moisture from the gulf of mexico and bringing severe weather in the southeast. ............................... these tornado watches stretch from mississippi allthe way up to kentucky.
and great lakes. that's what's going on aroundfrom the kwwl stormtrack 7 here is additional forecast information from the kwwl stormtrack 7 weather team: we have fog out there this morning and it is dense in many tomorrow and wednesday and will make travel treacherous. winter storm warnings, winter weather advisories and blizzard watches all blanket the viewing area... a blizzard does not actually need snowfall... it only needs period of time... in this case 3 hours or more. we will have we will have the heaviest in the north. winds will gust to 45 mph also be a concern on wednesday as the winds slowly die down. temps this morning are running at or below freezing over most
. and sunshine around the pacific north west. and wet weather, pushing out there toward the great lakes. and into new england. and this is yesterday's storm system. kind of the remnants of the cooler air feeding in across the great lakes. and snowfall from cincinnati through that area and rain showers through vermont and new hampshire. luckily today, it does not look like we will see any severe weather across the east coast. around here, what you see is what you get. it has been quiet. about 8:00 tomorrow morning, we wake up, once again, to plenty of sunshine and it is friday, we are feeling good. and looking good and then by 2:00, 3:00, if you're trying to get out of work, maybe a little bit early, do it. it should be fantastic. by about 10:00, mostly clear skies and another mild evening across the area. and that day, today right where we should be. the upper 40s with loads of sunshine. and low 50s in lamar. and 37 in frisco. and we stay in the low 50s in grand junction as well. and tonight, 26 degrees. cool, quiet and calm. and then we crank up the heat on saturday. 70 degrees. a couple of
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