The Nation’s Weather

The Nation’s Weather for Thursday, March 15, 2018



Another brisk, unseasonably chilly day is in store across

the Great Lakes and Northeast tomorrow. Snow showers and

flurries will again riddle these areas, with a few showers

possibly reaching the Interstate-95 corridor. Much of the

swath from the northern and central Plains to the southern

Atlantic Seaboard can expect a dry day with ample sunshine.

After a cool Wednesday, temperatures will climb back to

seasonable levels across the Southeast. Showers may dot the

southeastern Texas coast and southern Plains. The West is

forecast to remain cool and unsettled. Rain and snow showers

will riddle interior areas, while the steadiest

precipitation targets southwestern Oregon and Northern



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National High Wednesday 82 at Blythe, CA

National Low Wednesday -12 at Champion, MI


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