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Damaging High Winds and Critical Fire Weather Threats in California

A strong low pressure center off the southern California Coast will produce high winds in the Sierra-Nevada mountains, and central and southern coastal ranges. Very dry conditions combined with these high winds will produce critical fire weather threats in the central and southern coastal ranges. Heavy snow in the South and Central Rockies, and Great Lakes; and heavy rain in Hawaii will continue. Read More >

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Today is National Weatherpersons Day

Published 2021-02-05

National Weatherpersons Day

Monday Morning Temperature and Precipitation Maps

Published 2021-01-18

Monday Morning Temperature and Precipitation Maps

Preliminary Snow Map from Jan 16, 2021

Published 2021-01-16

Preliminary Snow Map from Jan 16, 2021

Preliminary Snow Reports from Jan 16, 2021

Published 2021-01-16

Preliminary Snow Reports from Jan 16, 2021

December 2020 Summary

Published 2021-01-03

December 2020 Summary

Three-Day Rainfall Totals Ending 7 AM January 2, 2021

Published 2021-01-02

Three-Day Rainfall Totals Ending 7 AM January 2, 2021

2020 Year in Review

Published 2021-01-02

2020 year in review

Peak wind gusts from December 23-25, 2020

Published 2020-12-25

Peak wind gusts from December 23-25, 2020

Tell us how much snow you got

Published 2020-12-25

Public snow reports

Snow Accumulations Likely on Christmas Eve

Published 2020-12-23

The weather takes a wintry turn on Christmas Eve with rain changing to a brief wintry mix and then to all snow as temperatures plummet. Minor snow accumulations are possible across central Kentucky and southern Indiana, with the greatest snowfall potential across eastern Kentucky. The Bluegrass Region could see 1-3 inches of snow, with 2-3 inch totals most likely east of I-75.