Rain moved into the South on Sunday and showers were scattered over parts of the Northeast. A new weather system was developing over the Great Lakes.
Showers and thundershowers formed off the coast of Texas early in the day and began moving inland during the afternoon. Moderate rain was possible along the upper Texas coast, with up to an inch possible.
That rain was expected to spread into Louisiana and Mississippi.
A few light rain showers stretched across southern New England, while light snow showers were scattered over the northern part of the region.
Wind gusted to 45 mph atop New Hampshire’s 6,288-foot Mount Washington.
As much as 6 inches of snow was possible in the mountains of Maine as moist air flowed in from the Atlantic.
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