The Nation’s Weather

The Nation’s Weather for Saturday, March 10, 2018



The Upper Midwest and Northeast will remain cool but within

a few degrees of seasonable levels tomorrow. A lingering

system over New England will trigger snow showers from New

York state to Maine. Meanwhile, a new storm will evolve over

the nation’s midsection. Rain and heavy thunderstorms will

threaten the lower Mississippi Valley and Deep South with

localized flooding. A few storms could turn severe with hail

and damaging winds. As summerlike heat builds across

south-central Texas, a bit of snow could coat roads across

the northern Plains. A Pacific storm will reach California,

spreading much-needed rain across a large part of the state.

Mild air will build into the Pacific Northwest.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Friday 88 at Thermal, CA

National Low Friday -10 at Wright, MN


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