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Coastal Storm Drifts Away From Southeast and Mid-Atlantic; Fire Weather Concerns Remain In Southern California

A strong storm is forecast to drift away from coastal sections of the Southeast/Mid-Atlantic today but a number of hazards remain in effect, from gusty winds to a variety of marine issues. The storm will bypass the Northeast on Monday, while producing coastal rain and interior frozen precipitation. Meanwhile, elevated to critical fire weather threats remain in effect across southern California. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Nov. 18, 2019 at 2:59:12 am MST

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Quiet weather with a few high clouds will persist over the area tonight. Winds will be light and variable at 5 to 10 mph. Overnight temperatures will remain near seasonal averages with mostly 30s and lower 40s expected by morning.
A series of upper level disturbances will interact with some tropical moisture this week, bringing periods of rain showers to the region. The first round will arrive late Tuesday afternoon and taper off Wednesday morning, with another round possible Wednesday night into Thursday. Here are the projected rainfall amounts for Round 1. With deep southwesterly flow aloft, snow levels will be running very high, above 10,000 or even 11,000 feet through the first round of precipitation, and may only drop marginally lower later in the week.
Our beautiful weather will continue on Monday. High temperatures will be a few degrees warmer than what we saw on Sunday. Our skies will be mostly sunny, with mainly some high clouds and winds will be light and from the west.

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