Some light to moderate snowfall may linger over the Northern Plains and Great Lakes as wrap around from the passing frontal boundary continues to translate eastward. The front is anticipated to weaken slightly as it advances toward the East Coast. As the front moves south across the western Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday morning, showers and isolated thunderstorms will produce 0.5-1.25 inches of rain across coastal Texas and the Western Gulf. Out west, another area of low pressure will begin to push onshore late on Wednesday with rain and showers expected from Central Oregon to Northern California. Rainfall accumulations will remain under 2 inches at this time.