NOAA: Much Colder Air In Store for Plains, Heavy Rain, Snow and Mixed Precipitation

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Map of U.S. winter weather outlook
Drought likely to persist or develop in the Southwest, Southeastern U.S. this winter. No strong climate pattern influence anticipated through upcoming winter season

The Department of Commerce's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issued its annual winter outlook today through the National Weather Service. 

A cold front moving across the Plains will bring temperatures plummeting as much as 10-25 degrees below normal across much of the central and northern Plains on Thursday, as well as areas of heavy snow across parts of the Rockies and central Plains Thursday into Friday. Mixed precipitation is forecast for parts of the southern Plains into the Southwest, with heavy rain possible across the Desert Southwest. Read more For interactive map, visit http://www.weather.gov/.

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