This NOAA satellite image taken Friday, Sept. 25, 2015 at 1:00 AM EDT shows a cold front moving though the Pacific Northwest and bringing with it widespread light to moderate rain. An area of low pressure is slowly moving through the Central Plains and will be accompanied with cooler than average temperatures and rain. Over the remainder of the West, dry weather will be in control under an area of high pressure. Temperatures in the desert Southwest will reach the triple digits.
This NOAA satellite image taken Friday, Sept. 25, 2015 at 1:00 AM EDT shows a cold front moving though the Pacific Northwest and bringing with it widespread light to moderate rain. An area of low pressure is slowly moving through the Central Plains and will be accompanied with cooler than average temperatures and rain. Over the remainder of the West, dry weather will be in control under an area of high pressure. Temperatures in the desert Southwest will reach the triple digits. AP
This NOAA satellite image taken Friday, Sept. 25, 2015 at 1:00 AM EDT shows a cold front moving though the Pacific Northwest and bringing with it widespread light to moderate rain. An area of low pressure is slowly moving through the Central Plains and will be accompanied with cooler than average temperatures and rain. Over the remainder of the West, dry weather will be in control under an area of high pressure. Temperatures in the desert Southwest will reach the triple digits. AP

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