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Heavy precipitation for parts of the Pacific Northwest

Moisture will continue to stream into the Pacific Northwest for the next several days. Heavy rain will continue along the coast, while heavy snow will impact the highest elevations of the Cascades. In the northern Plains and Upper Great Lakes, more arctic air will bring periods of snow, blustery winds and cold wind chills. Light snow is also possible in New England and the Ohio Valley. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Nov. 21, 2017 at 11:10:09 am CST

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A pleasant but warm day will be expected across deep south Texas with temperatures expected to trend about 3 to 5 degrees above normal for this time of year under mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Conditions will then change overnight with the expected arrival of a cold front. Along the cold front, expect a chance for showers and thunderstorms across the region. Cooler air and breezier winds will follow the front into Wednesday morning. For the mariners, expect benign marine conditions today with a light chop on the bay during the afternoon and gulf seas of 2 to 4 feet. Conditions will deteriorate on the waters overnight with the arrival of the cold front and the breezy northerly winds in its wake.
A beautiful day will be expected along the beaches of the lower Texas coast featuring mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies, highs in the middle 70s and a low risk of rip currents. Even though the rip current risk is low, life threatening rip currents often occur in the vicinity of the South Padre Island jetties. Enjoy!
Hazardous marine conditions will develop early on Wednesday in the wake of a cold front. Expect northerly winds behind the front of 15 to 25 knots with rough conditions on the bay and gulf seas ranging from 5 to 10 feet. A Small Craft Advisory for Winds will be in effect for the Laguna Madre from 3 am to 6 pm on Wednesday while a Small Craft Advisory will be in effect on the coastal gulf waters from 0 to 60 nautical miles out from 3 am on Wednesday until 12 am Thursday.
The busiest travel day of the year will be shining brightly for most areas from the Gulf coast, north through Texas and all the way from Albuquerque, the Rocky Mountains to the Windy City of Chicago. High pressure will dominate and maintain cool to mild temperatures. Just a bit of weather, showers and isolated thunderstorms, are expected for the morning rush in South Texas and across portions of Florida where a cold front will be passing through. Overall, excellent travel weather is anticipated for much of the country with exception to the Pacific Northwest and portions of New England.
Picture perfect weather is expected for Thanksgiving Day after a chilly start to the morning featuring mild afternoon temperatures in the low to middle 70s under sunny skies. Happy Thanksgiving!
After the passage of a cold front during the pre-dawn hours, expect a lingering chance for rain showers and thunderstorms along with breezy northerly winds across deep south Texas on Wednesday. The weather will become beautiful for Thanksgiving and the holiday weekend with generally sunny to mostly sunny skies, cool to chilly conditions during the mornings and mild to warm temperatures each afternoon.
Brownsville: Yesterday's high temperature was 4 degrees below normal and the low temperature was 1 degree below normal. The record high temperature of 88 degrees was last set in 2013. The record low temperature of 36 degrees was set in 1969. 0.13 of an inch of rainfall was reported at Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport. The daily rainfall record of 1.26 inches was set in 2015. Harlingen: Yesterday's high temperature was 8 degrees below normal and the low was 6 degrees below normal. The record high temperature of 93 degrees was set in 1988. The record low temperature of 29 degrees was set in 1969. 0.04 of an inch of rainfall was reported at Valley International Airport. The daily rainfall record of 1.05 inches was set in 1931. McAllen: Yesterday's high temperature was 12 degrees below normal and the low was 4 degrees below normal. The record high temperature of 92 degrees was set in 1994. The record low temperature of 34 degrees was set in 1969. 0.15 of an inch of rainfall was reported at McAllen Miller International Airport yesterday. The daily rainfall record of 0.68 of an inch was set in 2015.

 
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  • In the Baro (pressure) column, values are in inches.
  • The Heat column indicates the Heat Index, or "Feels Like" Temperature. "N/A" will be displayed if values are not available or less than 85 degrees.
 
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