The Nation’s Weather

The Nation’s Weather for Wednesday, April 19, 2017



Cloudy and damp conditions will return to the mid-Atlantic

tomorrow. Temperatures are forecast to remain well

below-seasonal averages, and a raw wind off the Atlantic

Ocean can make the air feel even chillier. Showers and

thunderstorms will dot the Southeast and Deep South in the

midst of unseasonable heat and humidity. A storm system

emerging from the Rockies can spark severe thunderstorms

across the central Plains and Midwest late in the day and

during the overnight hours. Damaging winds and destructive

hail are anticipated to be the main threats, but a few

tornadoes may also spin up and threaten lives and property.

Heavy rain will spread from the Dakotas eastward into the

Upper Midwest, while another storm brings rain and mountain

snow to the Pacific Northwest and Northern California.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Tuesday 92 at Thermal, CA

National Low Tuesday 14 at Boulder, WY


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