National Weather Update

Monday, May 4th 2009, 11:31 am
By: News 9

Low pressure is spreading rain and isolated thunderstorms through 
southern sections of the northeastern U.S. and through the mid-Atlantic
states.  Scattered showers and thunderstorms are spreading south along a cold
front into  the southeastern U.S. Some of these storms will be strong to
severe with large  hail, damaging winds and possibly a few tornadoes. High
pressure is spreading a  mix of sun and clouds are spreading through the Great
Lakes.  A weakening  frontal boundary is producing widely scattered showers
and isolated  thunderstorms through the High Plains from Montana to the
panhandle of Texas. A  little snow is falling through the central Rockies as
well. Rain and snow  showers are falling through the northern Rockies while
rain showers are falling  along the northern half of the Pacific coast.