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Cold Front Bringing Multiple Hazards to the Eastern U.S.; Rain and High-elevation Snow Continue in the Northwest

A front extending from Eastern Canada to the Eastern Gulf Coast will move off the Eastern Seaboard on Monday. Isolated severe thunderstorms and heavy rain will develop over parts of the Mid-Atlantic to the Southeast. Heavy rain, high elevation snow, and gusty winds will impact the Northeast. Heavy rain and high elevation snow will continue in the Northwest. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Dec. 10, 2023 at 5:49:36 pm CST

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Chilly conditions are expected tonight with clear skies and light winds. Tomorrow, temperatures will climb into the 60s throughout much of the region with light southerly winds in place.
Rain chances will return by Wednesday starting west of Hwy 281 becoming more widespread by late Thursday into Friday. Severe weather is not expected.

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