Listen: Great Lakes, Rio Grande Valley, Heather Zehr discussed on First Light
"Twenty five till snow melts will lead to more flooding along the Missouri and Mississippi rivers more from AccuWeather dot com. Meteorologist Heather zehr. We fortunately are not looking for any precipitation to aggravate the flooding issues across the plains. However, we definitely have chilly weather in place. And we are going to not see a whole lot of change in the situation that is leading to the flooding in the first place overall. We're looking at however at least dry weather for today. And tonight a little bit of rain, though, may catch up with some places like often air force as we get to the later part of tonight. And then that chance for rain is going to continue into the day tomorrow. Across most of the country today. We don't have a lot of precipitation at all. There are few snow flurries. That are going to be falling around the Great Lakes, but not much that's likely to accumulate. We also do have some showery weather for central and southern portions of Florida, although we're not looking for any heavy rainfall or any thunder in those areas. We're also looking for a chance for some precipitation across southern Texas mostly the Rio Grande valley itself. Just a little bit of light rain and drizzle in those areas. The west coast is going to be dry. We're looking for highs mostly in the fifties in the northwest with seventy s and even eighties showing up in California. We're also going to be looking however temperatures a little below normal across the northern plains and through the Great Lakes and the Ohio valley and over into the northeast these areas aren't going to be terribly far below normal. But it is going to be a bit on the chili side today. That's the nation's weather AccuWeather dot com. Meteorology? Tethers air Kelly's lawyers say the singer."