Records will be broken across the country this week, as wintry weather sets in along the West Coast and warmth moves out east.
After a deep freeze, the U.S. East Coast is warming up and forecasts project record-warm daily low temperatures for February over the next couple of days.
Much of the deep south can expect temperatures in the mid-60s when they wake up Tuesday morning, according to Weather.us.
Daily high temperatures will reportedly break records as well.
Ryan Maue, a meteorologist for Weather.us said to expect record highs to be broken from the Carolinas all the way up to New England.
“Widespread Record Highs w/springtime warmth across Eastern US on Tuesday and Wednesday,” Maue wrote Sunday.
The temperature in Washington D.C., the nation’s capital, is forecasted to be in the mid-70s through Wednesday before cooling a bit.
However, the West Coast of the U.S. will be experiencing the exact opposite.
Californians can expect record-breaking daily low temperatures along the coast. Northwesterners from Portland to Seattle can also expect record-low, freezing daily low temperatures on Tuesday.
If you’re in the Great Plains, however, bundle up. Record-breaking daily minimum and maximum temperatures are expected over the next couple of days.
Both coasts can expect rain, and the middle of the country is slated for a wintry mix of rain and snow, according to the National Weather Service.
“Powerful storm system driven by the deep western trough, will bring a long list of significant weather today through mid-week,” the National Weather Service tweeted Monday morning.
A version of this article appeared on The Daily Caller News Foundation website.
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