Posted November 25, 2018 7:48 p.m. EST
Another wintry storm will affect the Northeast on Monday as many people head back to work and school after the holiday weekend. Snow is expected from Indiana and Ohio to Michigan, while rain will fall from Virginia to Massachusetts. A mix of rain and snow may prevail across parts of northern New England, as well as western Pennsylvania and western New York.
A front extending south from the storm will bring showers to the Carolinas and some isolated showers and thunderstorms to North Florida. The rest of the Southeast will be dry as significantly colder air begins moving into the region.
Dry weather is in store for the majority of the Plains, with temperatures below normal from North Dakota to Oklahoma. The mainly dry conditions will stretch to the West Coast, but a storm is expected to bring rain to Washington and northwestern Oregon. The highest elevations in the Cascades of Washington can expect accumulation as snow levels drop.
The Southwest will remain dry. Breezy, dry conditions will continue in central and Southern California.
Focus: Renewed Cold for the Plains and East
As a storm system bringing heavy snow to parts of the Great Lakes winds down, cold air will move into the northern Plains. Much cooler air will also expand south to the Gulf Coast. A chilly breeze will make it feel even colder.