Soggy Sunday in store
Satellite image shows extensive cloud cover at 6:32 a.m. ET Sunday.
Rain is expected across much of the country Sunday, including the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic and Pacific Northwest, forecasters said.
A low pressure system is expected to bring snow throughout the Upper Midwest and rain through the Ohio Valley. Meanwhile, rain and thunderstorms are likely in the Southeast.
Rain is also likely in the Mid-Atlantic and southern New England, and a mix of rain, snow, and frozen precipitation is expected in northern New England.
In the Northwest, another moist Pacific system will likely dump significant rain and high elevation snow in Washington, Oregon, and Northern California. Up to a foot of new snow is possible through the mountains of Idaho. The heaviest snow in the Northern Rockies will occur in the evening.
The Plains will remain mostly dry, except for morning snow in the Northern Plains.
After a record setting precipitation day for some Texas cities, highs in the 70s are expected Sunday throughout Texas. Temperatures will gradually decrease to the north, culminating in highs in the 30s in the Northern Rockies, Northern Plains, and northern New England.
Temperatures in the Lower 48 states Saturday ranged from a low of minus 9 degrees at Big Piney, Wyoming, to a high of 81 degrees at Weslaco, Texas.
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