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By jkiel001 on Jan 11, 2014 03:20 AM
IL Weather Forecast from Weather Underground

A cold frontal boundary began to make its way off of the www.shoppanthersnfljersey.com/Authentic-Greg-Olsen-Jersey East Coast on Monday, while a ridge of high pressure kept the desert Southwest warm and dry.

Active weather associated with a cold front extended from the central Gulf Coast to the Northeast on Monday. Winter storm warnings and Greg Olsen White Jersey ice storm warnings were issued across New England as wintery weather passed through the region. Washington, Maine, reported a midday total of 1.10 inches of freezing rain, while Mars Hill, Maine, reported a midday total of 8.0 inches of snow. Showers and thunderstorms developed along the central and southern ends of the cold front, as flood warnings and flood watches were issued across a handful of southeastern states.

Out west, a cold front ushered showers across the Pacific Northwest on Monday, while a low pressure system drove snow showers across the northern Rockies. The Southwest Womens Greg Olsen Jersey stayed warm and sunny as a ridge of high pressure continued to sit over the eastern Pacific.

A cold frontal boundary began to make its way off of the East Coast on Monday, while a ridge of high pressure kept the desert Southwest warm and dry.

Active weather associated with a cold front extended from the central Gulf Coast to the Northeast on Monday. Winter storm warnings and ice storm warnings were issued across New England as wintery weather passed through the region. Washington, Maine, reported a midday total of 1.10 inches of freezing rain, while Mars Hill, Maine, reported a midday total of 8.0 inches of snow. Showers and thunderstorms developed along the central and southern ends of the cold front, as flood warnings and flood watches were issued across a handful of southeastern states.

Out west, a cold front ushered showers across the Pacific Northwest on Monday, while a low pressure system drove snow showers across the northern Rockies. The Southwest stayed warm and sunny as a ridge of high pressure continued to sit over the eastern Pacific.
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