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Active Weather Pattern Continues across the West

Another weather system will spread rain and high elevation mountain snows across the Western states. Warmer temperatures are causing some of the rain to fall as freezing rain and sleet in the Cascades and Columbia Gorge, as well as some interior locations. Heavy mountain snow will be possible from California into the Southern Rockies. Strong winds will accompany this storm. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Jan. 19, 2017 at 4:44:34 am CST

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Areas of fog will develop overnight across much of the region. Some dense fog across parts of southern Oklahoma into north Texas may develop northward toward morning so motorists need to be cautious.

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