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Active Western Storms; Quiet in the East

A cold weather system will produce heavy mountain snow and gusty winds across the Intermountain West and central Rockies. Windy conditions associated with this storm will produce critical fire weather threats for parts of the central High Plains and elevated threats into the south Plains. An approaching storm may produce showers with areas of heavy mountain snow on the West Coast. Read More >

 

           

           

           

           

 
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     ***Please note that the record temperature, precipitation, and snowfall data is preliminary 
 and has not undergone
final quality control by the National Climatic Data Center.  
Final and certified climate data can be accessed at the NCDC.
Information regarding 
the 1981-2010 Normals can 
be found at the NCDC's normals page
All temperature data are in degrees Fahrenheit, while all precipitation
data (including both liquid and snow) are in inches
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