Temperatures remain quite cold across the US ahead of next storm system

After an unbelievable lake effect snow event that brought historic totals to New York over the weekend, a quieter day is in store for much of the country.

A stationary front draped across Florida back through the Gulf Coast states will bring some showers and thunderstorms.

The national forecast for Monday, Nov. 21.
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Temperatures are still quite cold for much of the country with a rebound coming ahead of the next big storm system.

Expected temperatures early this week.
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That system could bring travel delays for millions stretching from the Plains through the Southeast and up into the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.

Forecast temperatures for Thanksgiving Day on Thursday, Nov. 24.
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