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Wet Travel Conditions for the East; Snow and Wind for the Pacific Northwest and Rockies

A storm lifting northward toward the Great Lakes will bring periods of rain and gusty winds for the eastern third of the country today. For the Pacific Northwest and northern Rockies, accumulating snow and strong winds will make for hazardous traveling conditions through tonight. A stronger storm is forecast early in the week with the threat of severe thunderstorms for the Mississippi Valley. Read More >

 

Local Climate Matrix

 

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Recent Info

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Records

CAK CLE ERI

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Top 10 Records

Normals

CAK CLE ERI

MFD TOL YNG

Snow

 

Additional Info

Holidays

 

Frost/Freeze

 

First, Last Snow & Season Length

 

Past Seasons - Snowfall

 

 

 

Climate Prediction Center (CPC) Extended Range/Monthly Outlooks

How do I interpret these forecast maps?

Where can I find the CPC extended range (6 to 10 day & 8 to 14 day) discussion?

Where can I find the CPC monthly discussion?

Where can I find additional climate information? El Nino?

6 - 10 day temp outlook

6 to 10 Day Temperature Outlook

6 - 10 day precip outlook

6 to 10 Day Precipitation Outlook

8 - 14 day temp outlook

8 to 14 Day Temperature Outlook

8 - 14 day precip outlook

8 to 14 Day Precipitation Outlook

30 day temp outlook

Monthly Temperature Outlook

30 day precip Outlook

Monthly Precipitation Outlook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other Information

 

Locally supplied information is unofficial preliminary data and may not be current. Up- to-date, official and certified climate data can be obtained from the National Climatic Data Center.