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Dangerous Fire Weather Threat Continues in Southern California; Winter Weather from the Mid-Mississippi Valley to the Mid-Atlantic

Critical fire weather conditions continue for portions of Southern California. Conditions should improve somewhat by Thursday, and at least an elevated fire weather threat is expected to continue. A storm system is expected to bring heavy rain with a river/flash flooding threat to the Southeast, and accumulating snow and ice from the Mid-Mississippi Valley to the interior Mid-Atlantic. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Nov. 14, 2018 at 5:44:19 am CST

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A cool and sunny day is expected across the region. Winds will be lighter compared to previous days, which will help wind chill values be closer to the actual temperature. Highs will mostly be in the upper 40s to low 50s.
Wednesday night will be another cold night with lows in the upper 20s to mid 30s. Winds will be light (around 5 mph or less) from the north and northwest.
The next cold front arrives on Sunday, with much cooler (though not as cold as the last cold front) temperatures and brisk northwest winds 10 to 15 mph. Low rain chances will occur east of I-35 with a rumble of thunder possible. The cold front will clear the area Sunday night with low rain chances and a few rumbles of thunder continuing across Central Texas. Highs Sunday will range from the upper 40s northwest to the upper 50s southeast. Lows Sunday Night will be in the 30s northwest to 40s southeast.
An upper disturbance will move across the Southern Plains and Texas next Wednesday, 11/22 with a chance for showers and a few thunderstorms, especially across eastern parts of the area. No severe weather is expected with highs in the mid 50s to lower 60s. This is usually a busy travel day before the Thanksgiving holiday, so continue to monitor future forecasts closely in case there are any travel impacts for both ground and air travel.

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