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weather Oct 31- Nov 7th

The first week of November will be cool over much of the east except New England where it will be milder than average. Above average temperatures from the Plains to the east slopes of the Rockies. Near normal on the west coast. Showery in the NW and NE; mainly dry elsewhere.

Ths week will see a very strong storm develop on Tuesday over the Northern Plains that will move ENE through the Great Lakes through the week. In its wake, very strong cold high pressure will build over the west, bringing Colorado brisk easterly winds and its first short at a front range blizzard Tuesday night- Wednesday. This storm will also bring very strong winds to the southern plains and some precipitation to northern Texas and OK where it is badly needed.

There are a couple of areas of tropical development; one in the western Carribean and one well to the east of there. Current models vary on their futures; there is an outside chance the SE Gulf of Mexico could be affected by the western Caribbean storm towards next weekend.

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