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Flash Flood Threat Shifts to Florida; Snowy in the Northern Plains; Fire Danger in the West

Showers and thunderstorms may produce flash flooding in northern and central Florida into Tuesday; and gusty winds and hail are also possible across the area Sunday. A strong cold front will bring below average temperatures and wintry precipitation to the northern High Plains. Elevated fire weather conditions are expected across parts of the Northwest and southern California. Read More >

 

 

 

Overview

A slow moving winter storm will continue to bring widespread snow to the region today and tonight with heavy snow expected 
across many mountain areas. The highest snow totals are expected across the eastern Uintas and northwest San Juans
as well as the central mountain corridor where over a foot of additional snow is likely, bringing storm totals to almost 2 feet.  
Please note: The highest snow totals in the state are expected east of the Continental Divide and eastbound travel to the
Front Range will become hazardous to impassable!  The remaining mountain ranges are forecast to receive an additional 
4 to 12 inches, bringing storm totals up to 8 to 16 inches.

Dangerous travel conditions are expected over mountain passes with blowing and drifting snow, near zero visibility, and ice and
snow packed roads. Numerous winter highlights are in effect for this system...please see the map below for more details. Stay up
to date on this system by visiting www.weather.gov/gjt/winter for the latest details.

 

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