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Weather Underground Forecast for Monday, March 03, 2014
A cold frontal boundary will extend from the central Rockies, across the Gulf Coast and over the Mid-Atlantic on Monday, while several waves of low pressure will move across the Northwest.
An active weather system will accompany a cold frontal boundary on Monday, and will continue to impact the central and eastern thirds of the country. A swath of heavy snow showers will push across the Tennessee Valley and the Mid-Atlantic, while ice storms will be possible from the lower Tennessee Valley to the Carolinas. Meanwhile, rain and thunderstorms will continue to develop along the frontal boundary, stretching from southeastern Texas to the Florida Panhandle. Central Texas will also have a slight chance of ice storms. Meanwhile, frigid conditions will continue to sweep across the northern tier of the country, as snow showers will move over the northern Plains and the upper Midwest.
Along the West Coast, several waves of low pressure will push across the northwestern corner of the country, providing heavy snow showers to portions of the Cascades and the Rockies. Rain will also develop from Washington to northern California throughout the morning, and will shift eastward over the Great Basin during the afternoon and evening. The Southwest will stay mostly clear of precipitation on Monday. .
Temperatures in the Lower 48 states Sunday have ranged from a morning low of -38 degrees at Crane Lake, Minn. to a high of 87 degrees at McAllen, Texas
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