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Warm Heavy Rains for Northwestern California and the Pacific Northwest

A deep plume of moisture will be directed at the northern half of the west coast through mid week. Very warm air with this system will cause snow levels to rise above 8,000 feet, with several inches of rain possible, especially along southwest facing mountains. Rises on rivers and streams, urban flooding, flash floods, and mud and debris flows on burn scars may occur. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Nov. 20, 2017 at 1:18:09 pm CST

National Weather Service Twin Cities, MNNational Weather Service La Crosse, WINational Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan, WI
National Weather Service Des Moines, IAZoom
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National Weather Service Chicago, IL
National Weather Service Kansas City/Pleasant Hill, MONational Weather Service St. Louis, MONational Weather Service Central Illinois