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Weather Underground Forecast for Monday, Dec. 09, 2013
Cold weather will persist across the western and central portions of the country on Monday, while rain and thunderstorms will push across the East Coast.
Temperatures will struggle to get above the 20s across the Intermountain West on Monday as a cold, arctic air mass continues to push across the region. A ridge of high pressure will build over the Great Basin, which will initiate Santa Ana winds across the West Coast. Winds of 40 mph will be possible across parts of the Southwest, as temperatures will stay below freezing in the high deserts during much of Monday morning. Meanwhile, a low pressure system along the New Mexico and Texas border will trigger snow showers across the central Rockies.
The Eastern Seaboard will continue to experience active weather on Monday as a series of low pressure systems trek across the region. A low pressure system will be situated along the Mid-Atlantic coast, which will provide showers over several Mid-Atlantic and New England states, while snow showers can be expected in northern New England. Heavy snow is expected in Maine on Monday. A separate low pressure system will move over the Southeast, which will trigger showers and thunderstorms over Alabama, the Florida Panhandle, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. Meanwhile, an area of low pressure over Wisconsin will drive snow showers across the upper Midwest and the western portion of the Great Lakes.