January 25, 2010

Southern Regional Forecast

Showers and thunderstorms near the Southeast Coast will move out to sea by this afternoon, but persist into the afternoon hours across the Florida Peninsula.

A mix of rain and snow is possible on the back side of this system in parts of Tennessee.

Windy conditions are expected across the Southeast.

Most precipitation should be gone by tonight, with the exception of some snow showers in the Southern Appalachians.

The system moving into California tomorrow will begin to bring a chance of rain, sleet, freezing rain, and snow to parts of the Southern Plains Wednesday night into Thursday, spreading east across the Southeast Friday and Saturday.

Dry and chilly weather is expected on Sunday.

Forecast by Weather.com

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