Bitter blast of Arctic air sends temperatures plunging from Montana to Texas | AccuWeather

Winterlike temperatures that pushed into the northern Plains through the middle of this week will continue charging south and east through the end of the week.Cold air arrived in the northern Plains on Wednesday into Wednesday night as high pressure built into the region behind a large storm system moving into the Northeast. This system will bring the first taste of winter to parts of the Northeast along with periods of rain across the South.Temperatures dropped into the single digits from Montana to the Dakotas and into northern Iowa throughout Wednesday night.The normal low temperature for this region during the beginning of November is in the middle to upper 20s F.The cold air did not stop in the northern Plains as near-freezing temperatures followed a cold front sinking south into Texas through Wednesday night.In Amarillo, Texas, the high reached 72 F Wednesday afternoon before plummeting to 32 F early Thursday morning.

Source: Bitter blast of Arctic air sends temperatures plunging from Montana to Texas | AccuWeather

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