High pressure will bring a fair amount of reasonable weather to much of the United States during the next few days. However there will be one exception and that will be across the Northeast where a developing low will bring increasingly unsettled conditions for much of the week.
So for the Northeast today and low pressure off the New Jersey coast will bring outbreaks of rain across northern New England with another area of rain stretching from Virginia to south-eastern New York and Long Island. Elsewhere showers are likely to break out at times. It will be cooler than recently in most places with highs in the 40's and 50's quite widely. Further strong winds, heavy rain and a risk of coastal flooding is expected during the next couple of days with some of the worst conditions set to affect the coasts of Maine, New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts whilst some places will see a couple of inches of rainfall.
For the South and much of the region will enjoy a mostly dry and fine day although a few showers are possible over southern Florida. Meanwhile a cold front will help to trigger some scattered showers and thunderstorms over central, north and western Texas along with central and western Oklahoma. Temperatures will be in 60's towards the north and west of the region, but towards Florida along with western Texas highs in the 80's are expected.
Into the Midwest and it will be a dry and cool day for many but a cold front will bring some showers to western Minnesota, the eastern Dakotas and western Kansas today. Maximum temperatures will widely be in the 50's or 60's at best but as high as the 70's towards the south of the region.
Finally the West and showers will affect western Washington and northwestern Oregon today but most other parts of the region will otherwise be dry with some sunny spells. Temperatures will range from the 60's or 70's in the northwest to the 80's or low 90's over California and the Desert Southwest.