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Snow and Record Cold Temperatures

A strong cold front will move through the center of the country early this week. Moderate to heavy snow is possible today in the Central Rockies to northern Plains. Snow will spread into the Midwest on tomorrow. Cold air behind the front will result in record cold temperatures. Showers and storms across Florida today and tomorrow will result in a threat of flash flooding. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Apr. 19, 2021 at 12:18:09 pm PDT

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Venturing into a river or stream during hot weather can seem like a tempting way to keep cool, but rivers and streams carry hidden dangers. The water is cold and underlying currents are swift. Brief exposure to the cold water of a river or stream can lead to hypothermia and loss of dexterity. Swift currents can quickly exhaust even an experienced swimmer and carry them into rocks, trees, and other vegetation within the river channel. So play it smart and avoid going into a river or stream. You could drown or become the victim of a water rescue!

 

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