Tomorrow, an occluded front, trough and cold front will be creating showers and storms in the Southeast. It would be right to think that some of the storms may become, at best, only slightly severe.
That occluded front will trail back to a low pressure system in New Mexico. It will be creating precipitation in the Rockies, as will another low pressure system north of the first.
Snow and icy conditions will exist in the Rockies with rain in lower elevations.
The West Coast will finally get a break with only rainy conditions in slight areas.
Strong low pressure off the coast off Washington State will create clouds.
Strong high pressure will pump cold air into the Midwest, Plains and Great Lakes.
Snow showers will exist in the Northeast.
The Southeast will be somewhat cooler after the showers and storms, as is expected.