A quiet weather pattern that started the week will stick around for Tuesday, with the only notable precipitation limited to the Pacific Northwest.
"I've got probably the best forecast for voting that we could ever anticipate in U.S. history here," Fox News senior meteorologist Janice Dean said on "Fox & Friends."
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The Northeast is chilly and breezy with some leftover light snow over the mountains in interior locations and into New England.
"A little cold here in the Northeast, we had a system that moved through and still windy conditions," Dean said.
Those snow showers have mostly ended, leaving the rest of Tuesday chilly and windy.
The Northwest is the only place getting into an active weather pattern this week starting Tuesday, with several systems moving in.
A system moving into the Pacific Northwest will bring rain to Seattle and Portland on Tuesday.
"We're going to see the potential for rain and mountain snow, a more active pattern this week," Dean said.
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Meanwhile, dry and warm weather will dominate the Plains with temperatures 25-30 degrees above average in some places.
"That really is a great looking forecast," Dean said Tuesday. "Mostly sunny for much of the country."