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Weather Underground Forecast for Friday, October 24, 2014
A noreaster will continue to affect the Northeast on Friday, while an area of low pressure will move across the Northwest.
A coastal low pressure system will move slowly northeastward along the coast of New England. This system will continue to usher rain and thunderstorms across much of New England on Friday. By the late evening, wet weather will wind down as this system makes its way over southeast Canada. To the south, showers and thunderstorms will persist across the southern tier of Florida and the Florida Keys as a low pressure system shifts across the western Caribbean Sea. High pressure will keep conditions clear across the remainder of the Eastern Seaboard.
Meanwhile, a cold front will diminish as it slides eastward over the upper Midwest. Early morning showers will be possible over Wisconsin, Illinois and northwest Indiana.
To the west, an area of low pressure will impact the northwestern corner of the country. An onshore flow from the Pacific will bring moderate to heavy rain to the Cascades and the coastal ranges of northern California. Light to moderate showers will also develop over the Pacific Northwest, the northern Great Basin and the upper Intermountain West. Early morning and late evening snow showers will be confined to the highest elevations of the northern Rockies. A ridge of high pressure over the eastern Pacific will bring warm, dry weather to the Desert Southwest on Friday.