Saturday, November 14th 2009 Weather Outlook

13 11 2009

Saturday’s Weather Outlook; Northeast System, Midwest/Great Lakes System, Plains/Inter-Mountain West System, Northwest System

10:30PM

On Saturday, the remnants of Tropical Storm Ida will continue to effect the Northeast, while a system pushes through the Great Lakes, a system develops along the Front Range, and a new system pushes intot he Northwest. Rain will be likely in portions of the Northeast, as the remnants of Tropical Storm Ida continue to effect the region. In the Great Lakes, a system will push through the area bringing the chance of rain to the area. Snow will be possible on the norhside of the system, in portions of the Northern Midwest. Along the front range, a new system will develop. Showers and storms will be likel yin portions of the Plains and Inter-Mountain West, associated with this system. Accumulating snow will be likely on the northside of the system, in portions of the Rockies and along the Front Range. In the Northwest, yet another new system will move into the area, bringign the chance of rain to portions of the area, along with accumulating snow to portions of the Cascades. Below are the thunderstorm and snowfall outlooks for Saturday.

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snow 62

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