The Nation's Weather

The Nation's Weather for Sunday, March 19, 2023



The vast majority of the United States will remain dry

tomorrow as high pressure dominates the center of the

nation. However, flurries and snow showers are expected

through interior sections of the Northeast as colder air

continues to filter into the region. Elsewhere, a cold front

will press southward through the Florida Peninsula, bringing

the chance of showers and thunderstorms across mainly the

southern half of the state. The recent cold wave in the

Plains will subside as breezy but milder conditions persist

overall, with plenty of sun from the Dakotas into the

Midwest. However, a new storm system pushing onshore in the

West will mean the return of rain and mountain snow for

areas along the West Coast, with parts of California again

poised to receive heavy precipitation.


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No new information for this time period.


National High Saturday 89 at West Palm Beach, FL

National Low Saturday -26 at Daniel, WY


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