The Nation's Weather for Thursday, April 18, 2019



Tomorrow will turn out warm, breezy and generally sunny

along the Eastern Seaboard, with the exception of clouds and

coastal showers throughout New England. A system plowing

through the country is expected to spark rain and

thunderstorms over an area from the Great Lakes to the Gulf

Coast, with dangerous severe storms possible from the

southern Ohio Valley through Louisiana. Damaging winds,

flash flooding, hail and tornadoes can all occur. It will be

cooler and windy in the wake of this system throughout the

Plains states. Meanwhile, high pressure will promote

widespread clear, calm and increasingly warm conditions

throughout the western United States. Unsettled weather

around Puget Sound will keep the Seattle area cooler and

damp, however.


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National High Wednesday 92 at Laredo, TX

National Low Wednesday 0 at Bodie State Park, CA


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