Friday’s forecast: Snow in north-central U.S.

Snow will fly from the Rockies to the Midwest on Friday while most of the East and West Coasts see clear skies.

Central U.S.: A developing storm will spread snow from the central Rockies to the Upper Midwest on Friday. The heaviest snow is likely in Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska and Iowa.

East: Heavy rain will soak New England Friday morning. Florida will also contend with rain and thunderstorms. The rest of the eastern seaboard will see clear skies.

West: Most of the western third of the nation will see clear skies on Friday, other than portions of Oregon and the northern Rockies, where light snow is forecast.

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Weather history for Nov. 20: In 1900, tornadoes in Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee killed 73 people. In 1979, Padre Park, Colo., Recorded 40 inches of snow on the ground.

In 1985, record high temperatures were set in New York City (77 degrees) and Philadelphia (76).

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