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Storm in South and Central U.S. to Move into the East on Saturday

A weather system extending from the Central Rockies and Plains to the southern U.S. will shift into the eastern states on Saturday. Rain, locally heavy, may produce flash flooding in the Deep and Mid South today, and the Southern Appalachians on Saturday. On the north side of this storm, a wintry mix can be expected; and isolated severe storms may develop in the Lower Mississippi Valley. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Fri, Nov. 22, 2019 at 7:54:11 pm MST

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Light north to northwest winds around 5-10 mph will result in dry conditions. Skies will continue to clear out through the overnight hours with chilly but near normal overnight low temperatures.

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