November 12, 2013
By AccuWeather Staff Writers
The coldest air of the season and spotty snow, still settling into the East and South Tuesday, has many people wondering if the wintry weather will stick around for long.
The wave of arctic air still settling into the East and South at midweek is not a sign of how the weather will play out for the balance of the month.
Temperatures will rebound from west to east later this week and will end with near- to above-average readings by the weekend for most areas from the Mississippi Valley to the Atlantic coast.
The seeds of the warmup are already beginning over the northern Plains and will expand into the Midwest Wednesday and the Northeast on Thursday. The initial warmup in these areas will be accompanied by gusty winds, which will be rather harsh at first.
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