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Bitter Wind Chills Gradually Easing in the Northeast; Pacific Storms Approach the West

Winds and bitter wind chills will moderate as a strong low pressure system slowly pulls away from the northeast. An approaching Pacific system will spread lower elevation rain and heavy mountain snow across the West, especially in the Sierra-Nevada mountains. High winds from strong high pressure in the Great Basin will produce high winds for portions of Montana. Read More >

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30%
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70%
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Minor Flood
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