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Weather Underground Forecast for Sunday, Dec. 08, 2013
Freezing rain, sleet and snow will impact parts of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast on Sunday, while a ridge of high pressure will begin to build over the West Coast.
A cold, arctic air mass is expected to push across the central and eastern portions of the country on Sunday, while a moist air mass will move northward from the Gulf of Mexico. The two air masses will collide and provide active weather across parts of the Tennessee Valley, the Ohio Valley, the Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast. Freezing rain is expected to impact North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania. This will create hazardous conditions over the region, especially along roadways where ice is expected to accumulate. Power outages will also be possible as ice accumulates along power lines. Sleet and Snow will also be possible across the area.
To the south, a cold front front will linger along the Gulf Coast, as showers and thunderstorms will be possible over the Gulf Coast states. In the upper Midwest, heavy snow showers will likely occur over Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Meanwhile, a separate cold front will trek across the four corners, as snow will likely fall in the central Rockies. The West Coast will avoid precipitation on Sunday as a ridge of high pressure builds along the California coast.