After record-breaking warmth for a lot of days throughout the West, some adjustments are coming this week.
A storm system together with a strong chilly entrance will deliver coastal rain and mountain snow for the Northwest.
Cooler air strikes in Tuesday, bringing with it some gusty winds.
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That is going to raise hearth hazard for the Southwest into the Plains.
Forward of this subsequent storm, temperatures can be hotter than common throughout the Central U.S.
As soon as the storm strikes in midweek, there would be the threat for extreme thunderstorms for the South and heavy snow from the Rockies to the Plains.
The chilly air nonetheless hanging across the Higher Midwest throughout the Nice Lakes and Northeast will begin to average this week.
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