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Fire Weather Threat Waning in Southern California; Early Season Winter Storm Impacting the Ohio/Mississippi Valleys and the East Coast States

Elevated to locally critical fire weather threats persist for southern California, before hopefully subsiding on Friday. An early winter storm is producing heavy snow from the Mid MS Valley through the OH Valley and Interior Northeast, potentially significant icing in the south-central Appalachians and heavy rain from the Southeast to Mid-Atlantic coast the next few days. Read More >

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Please Note: This Snowfall Forecast graphic reflects the total snow accumulation expected within the next 60-72 hours. 
This graphic may often indicate ADDITIONAL snowfall expected, and will not always reflect the total snowfall for an entire event.
The times at the top of the graphic specify the time period during which this forecast graphic is valid.

 
Event Total Snowfall Forecast - This graphic will only be displayed when significant snowfall is expected within the next 72 hours.
Key for Total Snowfall Map:
White = zero. Zero: White
Pale gray blue = less than 1 inch. <1": Pale Gray Blue
Light Blue = 1 to 2 inches. 1"-2": Light Blue
Medium Blue = 2 to 3 inches. 2"-3": Medium Blue
Blue = 3 to 4 inches. 3"-4": Blue
Dark Blue = 4 to 6 inches. 4"-6": Dark Blue
Pale Yellow = 6 to 8 inches. 6"-8": Pale Yellow
Light Orange = 8 to 12 inches. 8"-12": Light Orange
Orange = 12 to 18 inches. 12"-18": Orange
Red = 18 to 24 inches. 18"-24": Red
Dark Red = greater than 24 inches. >24": Dark Red
 

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