Weather across the nation on November 14, 2017

While tomorrow morning will be a sunny one from Mississippi to Maine, a wet and windy system drenching the Midwest will encroach into the Northeast as the day wears on.

Overcast, rainy weather is expected to push through areas from the northern Mississippi Valley through the Great Lakes. Parts of the Upper Midwest can expect precipitation to fall as heavy snow as temperatures remain in the 30s and lower.

Meanwhile, relatively cool but calm and sunny weather will grace the High Plains and the majority of the Rockies. Warmth will start to build into the sunny Southwest, contrasting increasingly cloudy, cold and windy weather in the West.

Heavy rain and mountain snow are expected to stretch from San Francisco to Seattle and Great Falls, Montana.
    
SPECIAL WEATHER
    
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DAILY EXTREMES
    
National High Tuesday 89 at Tucson, AZ
    
National Low Tuesday 7 at Plentywood, MT
    
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