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Heavy Snow from the Wasatch to the Upper Midwest

A strong weather system will bring heavy snow, gusty winds, and difficult travel conditions to a broad area from the Great Basin to the Upper Midwest. Farther south, strong winds and dry conditions is increasing the wildfire threat. Unusual warmth from the Ohio Valley to the Mid-Atlantic continues. The approaching cold front brings a threat of severe weather to the Ohio Valley later in the week. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Feb. 23, 2017 at 11:04:39 am AST

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Patches of low level moisture will continue to bring passing showers across portions of Eastern PR and the USVI. Small craft operators should continue to exercise caution across the Atlantic waters with seas continuing up to 6 feet at times.
Partly to variably cloudy skies. Isolated to scattered showers expected across most of the local islands. Across the local waters... seas up to 7 feet and winds up to 15 knots. Therefore...A Small Craft Advisory will be in effect for offshore Atlantic Waters starting at 2pm AST.
Mainly fair weather conditions expected across the region. Small craft advisory in effect across the Outer Atlantic Waters as seas will increase up to 7 feet at times.
Mainly dry weather conditions expected across the region. Hazardous marine conditions expected, mainly across the Atlantic waters, as a northerly swell is set to invade the local waters. As a result, a Small Craft Advisory and High Rip Current risk are in effect.


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