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Active Weather Pattern Continues for the Northwestern U.S.

A series of Pacific storm systems will bring periods of locally heavy rain, gusty winds, and mountain snow to portions of Washington and Oregon for the next couple days. In addition, much of the northwestern U.S. and Intermountain West will experience strong winds from these storm systems, particularly in Sierra Nevada, Great Basin, and the northern Rockies/High Plains. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Nov. 23, 2017 at 5:56:36 pm CST

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Surface high pressure will slide continue to slide east into Friday. As this occurs, gusty south to southwest winds of 20 to 30 mph will develop along with temperatures well above seasonal averages. The highest fire danger is expected across northeast Oklahoma where the strongest winds and warmest temperatures are forecast.
A similar fire weather setup to Friday is anticipated Monday. Despite slightly higher afternoon relative humidity values, very gusty south winds will again result in a very high fire danger through the afternoon.
.Tonight...Clear. Lows 36 to 47.
.Fri...Sunny. Highs 62 to 78.
.Fri-Night...Partly cloudy. Lows 42 to 49.
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