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Thursday, October 06, 2005 - Thunderstorms likely in Southeast, mid-Atlantic - Thunderstorms likely in Southeast, mid-AtlanticThunderstorms likely in Southeast, mid-Atlantic
The Associated Press
Tropical Storm Tammy may produce scattered rain and embedded thunderstorms in the Southeast and mid-Atlantic states Wednesday, with downpours forecast for some areas.

Heavy rain also is possible in northern Florida and the coastal Carolinas. Otherwise, highs are expected to reach the 70s and 80s across much of the East.

In the nation's midsection, a strong low-pressure area and draping cold front threatened to spark thunderstorms across much of the Plains and Mississippi Valley.

Snow showers are expected in North Dakota and Minnesota, with accumulations ranging from a trace to 3 inches. Rainy weather is likely in southern Texas.

Temperatures in the region could range from the upper 30s to 90s across parts of the Plains and Mississippi Valley.

Thunderstorms are predicted in the southern Rockies, and conditions could intensify later in the day. A mix of scattered rain and snow may hit some parts of Montana and northeastern Wyoming, while clear conditions are possible for the remainder of the region.

Temperatures could reach the 30s-60s in parts of the Rockies; 50s-60s in the Great Basin and Pacific Northwest; and 60s-90s in California and the Desert Southwest.

Temperatures in the Lower 48 states Tuesday ranged from 19° in Truckee, Calif., and Stanley, Idaho, to a high of 99° in Goodyear and Gila Bend, Ariz.

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