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Heavy rain in the Central U.S.; Unseasonable Warmth in the East

Imelda remnants swept up with a cold front will produce heavy rain that could cause flash flooding from portions of the South Plains to the Great Lakes. Lorena remnants combined with a cold front will bring thunderstorms with heavy rain, and some severe storms with hail and damaging winds to Arizona Monday. Strong winds in northern California will bring increasing fire weather threats on Monday. Read More >

Snow Ending

What: Total storm accumulations of 5 to 12 inches are expected across much of the area. Locally higher amounts are possible along/near a Marshfield to Marinette line. Gusty northeast to north winds are also expected across the Fox Valley and lakeshore. The winds will create some blowing and drifting snow.

Impacts: Snow covered roads and poor visibilities will lead to difficult travel conditions for motorists.

Actions: In snow, slow down, keep extra distance between vehicles and allow extra time to reach your destination. 


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