Heavy rain hits the West
The Weather Channel is switching much of its forecasting attention to the state of California on Tuesday as the development of another area of rain remains stranded over the state.
 
The rain will be primarily focused on the northern and central portions of the state of California where temperatures will remain warm in the low to mid-60s.
 
The final remnants of WInter Storm Ezekial should finally push out into the Atlantic on Tuesday with a few snow flurries expected along the Canadian border regions.
 
Apart from a few snow flurries in the Rockies and parts of the Mid-Atlantic, the majority of the U.S. should remain dry and warm with a few clouds in most areas.

The West Coast is often the starting point for bands of wintry weather moving across the U.S. during the Fall and Winter months. However, a dipping jet stream has lowered temperatures in California where the temperature in San Francisco will fall to 61 and Los Angeles will hit a high of 64.
 
Although the temperatures have not fallen too far with the arrival of northerly air, the majority of northern and central California will see heavy rain which could lead to mudslides because of the long-term drought in the region.

There will be little unsettled weather moving through the majority of the U.S. but the remnants of Winter Storm Ezekiel will remain in the Northeast. For the majority of the region, the day will be cloudy and dry, but along the coast, the snow will remain with Boston seeing heavy snow and a high of 36.
 
A few more flurries could appear at the higher elevations of the Mid-Atlantic with some snow in West Virginia and Kentucky with Washington D.C. remaining dry with sunshine and a high of 48.
 
The Southeast will begin to bounce back from a cold Monday with Atlanta, Georgia experienced a warmer day of sunshine with a high of 50.

Along the Gulf Coast, the sunshine will continue with warmer temperatures than in the majority of the rest of the nation with Houston, Texas hitting a high of 71.
 
Temperatures will continue to feel warm but Fall-like in the Plains with Little Rock, Arkansas forecast to receive a day of sunshine with clouds and a high of 57.
 
Moving north, in the Midwest, a little lake-effect snow could push into Michigan as temperatures in the Northern States remain low with a few snow flurries pushing into the Northern Rockies.

Wednesday will see an expansion of the rain moving through the state of California. Almost all of the state of California will be covered in rain through to the southern portions of the state. Across Nevada and Utah, the chances of snow will be higher at higher elevations with Salt Lake City hitting a high of 37 with a wintry mix expected.
 
The last remnants of Winter Storm Ezekiel will finally have moved out of the Northeast with some lake-effect snow in the Great Lakes where highs will hover around 40 for most locations.
The Weather Channel is switching much of its forecasting attention to the state of California on Tuesday as the development of another area of rain remains stranded over the state.


 
The rain will be primarily focused on the northern and central portions of the state of California where temperatures will remain warm in the low to mid-60s.
 
The final remnants of WInter Storm Ezekial should finally push out into the Atlantic on Tuesday with a few snow flurries expected along the Canadian border regions.
 
Apart from a few snow flurries in the Rockies and parts of the Mid-Atlantic, the majority of the U.S. should remain dry and warm with a few clouds in most areas.

The West Coast is often the starting point for bands of wintry weather moving across the U.S. during the Fall and Winter months. However, a dipping jet stream has lowered temperatures in California where the temperature in San Francisco will fall to 61 and Los Angeles will hit a high of 64.
 
Although the temperatures have not fallen too far with the arrival of northerly air, the majority of northern and central California will see heavy rain which could lead to mudslides because of the long-term drought in the region.

There will be little unsettled weather moving through the majority of the U.S. but the remnants of Winter Storm Ezekiel will remain in the Northeast. For the majority of the region, the day will be cloudy and dry, but along the coast, the snow will remain with Boston seeing heavy snow and a high of 36.
 
A few more flurries could appear at the higher elevations of the Mid-Atlantic with some snow in West Virginia and Kentucky with Washington D.C. remaining dry with sunshine and a high of 48.
 
The Southeast will begin to bounce back from a cold Monday with Atlanta, Georgia experienced a warmer day of sunshine with a high of 50.

Along the Gulf Coast, the sunshine will continue with warmer temperatures than in the majority of the rest of the nation with Houston, Texas hitting a high of 71.
 
Temperatures will continue to feel warm but Fall-like in the Plains with Little Rock, Arkansas forecast to receive a day of sunshine with clouds and a high of 57.
 
Moving north, in the Midwest, a little lake-effect snow could push into Michigan as temperatures in the Northern States remain low with a few snow flurries pushing into the Northern Rockies.

Wednesday will see an expansion of the rain moving through the state of California. Almost all of the state of California will be covered in rain through to the southern portions of the state. Across Nevada and Utah, the chances of snow will be higher at higher elevations with Salt Lake City hitting a high of 37 with a wintry mix expected.
 
The last remnants of Winter Storm Ezekiel will finally have moved out of the Northeast with some lake-effect snow in the Great Lakes where highs will hover around 40 for most locations.