February 15, 2010

Southern U.S. Weather Forecast

A mix of rain and snow will move through the Southeast today and into South Florida tonight before moving out to sea.

Some accumulating snow is possible in the Southern Appalachians and parts of the Tennessee Valley, with snow showers lingering through Wednesday in the mountains.

Elsewhere, the region should remain dry through midweek before a system that will move into the Pacific Northwest tonight and tomorrow brings in a chance of rain and possibly some snow to the Southern Plains late week.

Cold temperatures are expected across the region throughout the week ahead.

Highs today will range from the upper 20s in the Tennessee Valley to the mid 70s in South Florida.

Forecast by Weather.com

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