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Ophelia Impacting the East; Heavy Rainfall and Severe Threats for the Center of the Nation

Heavy rain, gusty winds, storm surge, high surf and rip currents that could be life threatening, will affect the Mid-Atlantic through this weekend. For the center of the nation, a cold front will focus showers and thunderstorms, some severe with excessive rainfall and flash flooding, through the weekend. Meanwhile, much cooler temperatures and a wet weather pattern enters the Pacific Northwest. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Sep. 23, 2023 at 11:30:16 pm MST

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Showers and embedded storms will continue this evening across northern Arizona. Severe weather is not expected, but brief bouts of pea size hail cannot be ruled out in the strongest storms. Otherwise, patchy fog may develop for areas near/north of I-40 and west of US HWY 89. Visibility may fall down to near 3 miles in spots.
Pleasant conditions are on tap for the upcoming week with a gradual warming trend. At this time, the potential for rain remains under 10%, however, updates to the forecast are probable. Winds will also increase Wednesday and into Thursday.


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