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Cold Front Dropping South Across the Western U.S.; Watching Threat for Tornadoes and Flooding in the South

A cold front will push south across the Western U.S. into Tuesday with mountain snow and areas of gusty to high winds. An area of low pressure will form along this front on Tuesday and bring a potential for severe thunderstorms with tornadoes and excessive rainfall in the lower to mid Mississippi River Valley. To the north, heavy snow is possible in parts of the upper Midwest. Read More >

 

Overview

*This is NOT the most up-to-date information. For the latest info, please check with your local emergency services*

The combination of anywhere from 0.8 to over 5 inches of rain and 2 to 5 inches of snow-water equivalent melt from June 10-13th led to unprecedented flooding across the Absarokas and Beartooths. This led to flooding rarely or never seen before across many area rivers and streams.

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Record Flooding in Red Lodge, MT. Photo by ai6yrham on Twitter.
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