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The Nation’s Weather

The Nation’s Weather for Thursday, October 29, 2020



Zeta will race northeastward over the Appalachians and off

the mid-Atlantic coast tomorrow. Zeta will link up with

another weather system that has been spinning for days over

the southern Plains, which will lead to an expansive area of

soaking rainfall from the central Plains to southeastern New

England. Flash flooding can occur along this swath, and

there may be enough cold air across interior portions of the

Northeast for precipitation to mix with or changeover to

snow late in the day and at night. Thunderstorms are

forecast to rumble across the southern Atlantic Seaboard on

the southern side of Zeta’s circulation, with a continued

risk of an isolated tornado or two. Chilly air will grip the

North Central states as the West has a dry day with

seasonable temperatures.


No new information for this time period.


No new information for this time period.


National High Wednesday 93 at Jacksonville, FL

National Low Wednesday -4 at Randolph, UT


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