Around the U.S.A.
Two areas of low pressure, one over the eastern Great Lakes and a second one off the New Jersey coastline, will combine to bring cloudy skies to the Northeast along with showers and cool temperatures. High pressure will bring partly sunny skies and seasonable temperatures to the Southeast. A frontal system will allow unseasonably warm air over the Rockies and the Plains with highs into the 80s as far north as the Dakotas. Periods of rain are likely for Oregon and Washington.