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Powerful Nor'easter To Wallop Parts Of The Northeast and New England

A powerful Nor'easter and winter storm is expected to wallop eastern parts of the Northeast and New England this weekend. Plenty of hazards are expected to impact the Northeastern U.S. from heavy snow, with significant accumulations expected, to high winds and coastal issues. The combination of the intense snow and strong winds will result in blizzard conditions, especially along coastal areas. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Jan. 29, 2022 at 4:40:25 am CST

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Today (Saturday) will be sunny, warm and dry with highs in the 60s and a southwest wind between 5 and 15 mph. The warm and dry conditions will result in an elevated fire threat, especially west of the I-35 corridor. Temperatures tonight will be closer to seasonal normals with lows from the middle 30s to the lower 40s under a clear sky.
An upper low will bring showers to the area late Sunday night through Monday afternoon. Scattered showers will begin moving into western North and Central Texas after midnight with a few isolated storm possible in Central Texas. Rain chances will become more widespread throughout the day Monday. The highest rainfall totals (0.5-1.5") are expected generally south of I-20. Severe weather is not anticipated. High temperatures will generally be in the 60s and lower 70s.
The early part of next week will be mild and humid with rain chances on Monday. A strong cold front should arrive Wednesday and bring much colder temperatures to close out the work week. There is a low chance of winter precip Wednesday night and Thursday morning, but it's still too far out to be concerned about at this time. Keep up with the forecast in the coming days for any changes.
Join us on Saturday, January 29th for a free virtual SKYWARN class at 9AM! This class is intended for residents of Tarrant County, but is open to anyone. Registration is required. Visit weather.gov/fwd/skywarnmap for the registration link.
Join us on Monday, January 31st for a free virtual SKYWARN class at 6 PM! This class is intended for residents of Lamar County, but is open to anyone. Registration is required. Visit weather.gov/fwd/skywarnmap for the registration link.
Join us on Tuesday, February 1st for a free virtual SKYWARN class at 6 PM! This class is intended for residents of Montague County, but is open to anyone. Registration is required. Visit weather.gov/fwd/skywarnmap for the registration link.

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