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Tracking Two Storms Crossing the U.S. with Rain, Snow and Gusty Winds

A storm gathering strength over Texas today will shift to the Mid-Atlantic through Tuesday night. Areas of freezing rain and heavy snow will spread from the central Plains east into the Mid-Atlantic and southern New England. Further south, areas of severe thunderstorms and heavy rain are possible from the southern Plains into the Ohio Valley. A Pacific storm will move into the Southwest Monday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Jan. 24, 2021 at 5:47:07 pm PST

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A major winter storm is expected to bring one to two feet of snow to the higher elevations in NW California Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday evening. Large snowfall amounts are likely but confidence is low on the exact snow levels. Consider changing travel plans or taking an alternate route. Major impacts are possible with this storm due to utility outages, downed trees, and road closures. For the most current forecast visit www.weather.gov/eka.
A storm system will arrive Sunday with widespread light rain and snowfall expected. Most areas will see around a quarter to half an inch of rain, while elevations above 2500 ft in the mountains of Del Norte, Humboldt, and Trinity Counties see 1 to 3 inches of snow. Gusty north winds ranging from 25 to 35 mph are expected for the coastal plains in Humboldt and Mendocino, with occasional gusts as high as 45 mph early Sunday afternoon. Rain and snow will gradually taper off Sunday evening with showers forecast to continue into the night. Accumulating snow is expected for mountain pass levels while coastal communities have the possibility of seeing small hail late Sunday night. Stay tuned to weather.gov/eka to get the latest forecast and updates.

 

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