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Sprawling Storm System Bringing Impactful Weather To Western and Central U.S. Through Midweek

A large storm system will extend from the West Coast to the Great Lakes during the next couple days bringing hazardous weather to many parts of the country. Heavy snow is expected in the higher terrain of the West, along with very strong winds. Snow and ice will disrupt travel in parts of the Midwest, and heavy rain could cause widespread flooding in the Mississippi Valley and Great Lakes. Read More >

Hurricane Maria destroyed one Federal Aviation Administration radar and disabled the other in Puerto Rico, hindering weather forecasts. NOAA teamed up with the Department of Defense to get two mobile radar units deployed to the island. This federal collaboration is improving public safety by providing vital weather forecasting infrastructure as the islands continue to recover. More information here.

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