Weather Underground Forecast for Wednesday, September 04, 2013.
Unsettled weather continues in parts of the Southeast on Wednesday, while stormy weather continues in parts of the West.
In the East, the southern portion of a frontal boundary will remain nearly stationary as reaches across the Southeast on Tuesday. Sufficient and moisture and energy associated with this disturbance will support chances of showers and thunderstorms from the Carolinas through the Gulf Coast states. Meanwhile, to the north, another cold front will drop into the Midwest and reach the interior Northeast by Wednesday evening. Expect areas of scattered light to moderate showers to accompany this disturbance in parts of the upper Great Lakes and interior Northeast. Elsewhere, high pressure prevails over the rest of the East with dry and cool conditions.
Out West, showers and thunderstorms will pick up again in the interior Northwest on Wednesday as moist southerly flow continues into the region and wave of low pressure reaches the area. Strong thunderstorms in the interior Pacific Northwest and the Northern Intermountain West may turn severe with locally damaging wind and hail. To the south, additional showers and thunderstorms are expected in areas from the Desert Southwest into the Central Great Basin.
Temperatures in the Lower 48 states Tuesday have ranged from a morning low of 33 degrees at Volk, Wis. to a high of 102 degrees at Phoenix, Ariz.