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Weather Underground Forecast for Friday, Dec. 06, 2013
A cold frontal boundary is expected to stretch from the western Gulf Coast to New England on Friday, while a separate frontal boundary will trek southward along the West Coast.
A cold front will continue to move an active weather system across the central and eastern thirds of the country on Friday. Showers, thunderstorms will move ahead of the front and can be expected along the western Gulf Coast, the Tennessee Valley and into the western portion of the Ohio Valley during the morning before moving over the eastern Gulf Coast and parts of the Mid-Atlantic in the evening. This system will also trigger moderate to heavy snowfall over the central Mississippi Valley, the northern Ohio Valley and into parts of the Northeast. The coasts of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida will avoid precipitation on Friday.
Meanwhile, light snow showers will linger along parts of the Intermountain West and the Great Basin.
Along the West Coast, upper level energy associated with a cold front will surge southward over the Pacific Northwest and into parts of California on Friday. This system will provide a mixture of rain and snow across western Washington and northwestern Oregon, while heavy snow can be expected in southern Oregon and across California. Due to below normal temperatures, lower elevations will experience snowy conditions, especially along the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas. Rain can also be expected along the coast of northern California on Friday.