The coldest air of the week will settle over the eastern half of the country tomorrow.

Temperatures in portions of the South will be up to 25 degrees Fahrenheit below normal. As the chill meets up with lingering moisture from a storm, a narrow swath of snow and a wintry mix will set up from the Deep South to the Delmarva Peninsula.

A chilly rain is in store along the central and eastern Gulf Coast and southern Atlantic Seaboard. Warmth will hang on for one more day across Florida before a significant cooldown arrives to start the weekend.

Meanwhile, a bit of snow will skirt across the upper Great Lakes and could lead to slippery travel. Dry weather will prevail from the West Coast to the Plains. Winds will slacken in fire-stricken Southern California.

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DAILY EXTREMES

National High Thursday 88 at Immokalee, FL

National Low Thursday -9 at Lake George, CO

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