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Weather Underground Forecast for Thursday, November 27, 2014
A noreaster will continue to impact the Eastern Seaboard on Thursday, while unsettled weather will persist from the Pacific Northwest to the upper Intermountain West.
A low pressure system will move north northeastward over the coast of New England on Thursday. Moderate to heavy snow showers will develop across the northern Mid-Atlantic and New England throughout the morning and the afternoon. Winter weather will begin to wind down by the evening as this system drifts over southeast Canada. Scattered showers will trail this system over the southern Mid-Atlantic, while a light mixture of rain and snow will linger over the southern Appalachians. There will also be a chance of light snow showers across the upper Midwest and the Great Lakes as a weaker low pressure system slides across the region.
Meanwhile, a blast of arctic air will return to the northern Plains and the upper Midwest. Light snow showers and gusty winds will develop over the northern Plains, focusing over eastern Montana and the Dakotas.
To the west, an onshore flow from the Pacific will usher moderate to heavy rain over the Pacific Northwest and northern California. High elevation snow showers will be possible across the Cascades and the northern Rockies. Warm, dry weather will persist across the Southwest and the Great Basin due to high pressure over the eastern Pacific. Temperatures are forecast to range between the 70s and 80s across the Desert Southwest on Thursday.