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Unsettled for Parts of the West; Warming Temperatures for the East

Low pressure will bring locally heavy precipitation to the Pacific Northwest, much of California, and the Great Basin today and tonight, before pushing into the Rockies by Monday. Heavy snowfall can be expected in higher elevations, with several feet possible across the Sierra Nevada. Meanwhile, considerably milder temperatures are expected over most of the eastern U.S., including New England. Read More >

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The Experimental Graphical Hazardous Weather Outlook is a decision support service that supports preparedness and response efforts prior to and during hazardous weather. This service provides decision makers with convenient access to potential weather hazard information by graphically depicting the risk of weather hazards out through seven days.

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