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Heavy Rain and Mountain Snow in the West; Snow Squalls and Bitter Wind Chills in the Northeast;

A series of Pacific systems will produce inches of rain across portions of California, including recent burn scars where excessive rain may produce debris flows, mudslides, and flash flooding. In addition, heavy mountain snow up to 3 feet or more is forecast for the western mountains. A deep trough will bring dangerous snow squalls and wind chills minus 15 to minus 25 in the Northeast. Read More >

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