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Frigid Temperatures for Parts of Central and Western U.S.; Heavy Rain and Flooding for Gulf Coast and Hawaii

An arctic cold front will continue to plunge southward through the Plains, Mississippi Valley and the Northwest quadrant of the U.S. through tonight. Well below normal temperatures are expected along with dangerous wind chills. A wintry mix will develop over the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys. Meanwhile, heavy rain, flooding and thunderstorms are forecast over much of the Gulf Coast and Hawaii. Read More >

Snow showers are possible above 2,500 feet along Interstate 5 over Tejon Pass Sunday night and Monday. Snow amounts, if any, should be one to two inches. Travel delays and/or road closures are possible. If you plan to travel, consider alternate strategies. If you must travel, allow plenty of time to reach your destination.
Snow showers are possible above 2,500 feet along Highway 58 over Tehachapi Pass Sunday night and Monday. Snow amounts, if any, should be one to two inches above 3,000 feet and an inch or less from 2,500 feet to 3,000 feet. Travel delays and/or road closures are possible. If you plan to travel, consider alternate strategies. If you must travel, allow plenty of time to reach your destination.
Southwest winds from 30 to 40 mph with gusts up to 45 mph expected in the Indian Wells Valley, Mojave Desert Slopes and Mojave Desert areas. Winds could blow around unsecured objects and power outages could result from tree limbs being blown down.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from 3pm Sunday to noon PST on Monday. Snow expected. A dusting to one inch possible at pass level with up to three inches at higher elevations at Tehachapi and Grapevine. Plan on slippery road conditions possibly impacting the morning commute. Slow down and use caution when driving.

 

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