The coastal storm that has some energy from Ian will finally begin to move away from the East Coast, but there will still be another day of unsettled, cool weather for the mid-Atlantic and Northeast.
The next big weather story will be the incredibly strong cold front that will push the coldest air of the season from the Plains all the way down to the Gulf Coast over the next few days, bringing temperatures down 20-25 degrees.
Widespread morning lows will sink into the low- to mid-20s for North Dakota and Minnesota.
Lake effect snow will fall, with some flurries for parts of Wisconsin and Michigan.
More showers and thunderstorms are slated for the Southwest and southern Rockies, bringing the risk of flash flooding – especially for the burn areas.
We’re watching two areas of disturbed weather in the tropics.
There is nothing that will imminently affect the U.S.
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