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Reporter: Weather Underground For AP

Snow diminishes in the Northeast, while rain and high elevation snow spread through the Desert Southwest on Sunday. A strong winter storm that brought a few more inches of snow to the Upper Ohio River Valley and Northeast will continue trekking eastward and move offshore by the middle of the day on Sunday. This will allow for snow showers to come to an end by Sunday evening for Maine. As this system moves away, expect the back side of this storm to pull cold air in from eastern Canada. This will create chilly conditions with strong winds for the Northeast and Great Lakes. High temperatures will range in the mid-20s to mid-30s for most of the region, with overnight lows near 20. Behind this system, high pressure continues to build over the Plains and Eastern Valleys. This will also maintain chilly temperatures for most of the region. Frost and freeze advisories will remain in effect for parts of the Southeast through northern Florida as overnight lows temperatures drop to the freezing mark, and daytime highs remain the lower 50s.

Meanwhile in the West, a low pressure system off the West Coast moves over southern California and into Arizona and Utah. This will bring rain and mountain snow showers with it. Expect snowfall accumulation to range between 2 to 5 inches in northern Arizona, while light and scattered rain showers are anticipated at lower levels. Precipitation from this system will move into New Mexico and Colorado by Sunday night.

Temperatures in the Lower 48 states Saturday have ranged from a morning low of -25 degrees at Kremmling, Colo. to a high of 84 degrees at Fort Lauderdale, Fla
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