Sunday, May 13, 2012

A marvelous Mother's Day...for some

9:00 AM EDT 5/13/12 (Forecaster Mike N.) Sunday will follow the trend of Saturday, with mainly either very nice, or very not nice conditions, different areas around the country. Wherever you and your family are, our team bids warm wishes to all the Mothers in our lives, present or past, who make a difference in our lives each day. 

SOGGY IN THE SOUTHEAST - Showers and thunderstorms are expected today through tonight in areas such as our zones for East TennesseeNorth Georgia, Southern Georgia and into the Charlotte/Metrolina by MondayAfter moving out of Texas and the south, this next storm system will try to sprawl showers and possibly thunderstorms over an area from the western panhandle of Florida up into upstate New York. This will bring  clouds and rain over these areas, keeping temperatures cooler here as we head into the work week. 

EAST COAST ON THE FRINGE - The immediate coast from the Outer Banks on up to Boston will try to hold out a nice Mother's Day before showers and storms arrive. Places such as our Central Maryland zone may have a mix of clouds late in the day as the southern storm system makes it's way north. Overall we expect a nice and warm day throughout the region today. 

WONDERFUL OUT WEST - Showers and thunderstorms will be possible across a region stretching from our Central Colorado zone down through eastern New Mexico and western Texas. An Excessive Heat Watch is also in effect for portions of southwest Arizona including the Phoenix metro area. However, for most of the Plains states and on into the Western United States, Mother's Day will be a beautiful day for some outdoor activities to enjoy! 

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