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Mid-Atlantic Slowly Improving, while Showers Persist in the Southwest

A nearly-stationary coastal low off the Mid-Atlantic will slowly move east, which will allow for gradually diminishing showers and coastal impacts. Low pressure producing showers and thunderstorms with locally heavy rain that could produce flash flooding will remain over the Southwest. A powerful storm will bring coastal impacts and high winds to western and northwestern Alaska. Read More >

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Clingman's Dome 6,643 feet Graphical Forecast Text Forecast
Mount Mitchell 6,684 feet Graphical Forecast Text Forecast
Grandfather Mountain 5,946 feet Graphical Forecast Text Forecast
Beech Mountain 5,506 feet Graphical Forecast Text Forecast
Roan Mountain (Summit) 6,285 feet Graphical Forecast Text Forecast
Mount Pisgah 5,691 feet Graphical Forecast Text Forecast
Richland Balsam BRP Overlook 6,053 feet Graphical Forecast Text Forecast
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