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Critical Fire Weather Threats will Expand Across Central and Southern Coastal Mountains in California

Damaging offshore winds may down trees and power lines and fire weather threats across much of California. Critical fire weather threats are expected in the central and southern coastal ranges. Heavy snow is continuing in the Great Lakes, and will develop in the Central and Southern Rockies. High winds and heavy snow is occurring for parts of Alaska. Heavy rain in Hawaii will continue. Read More >

The lower Mississippi River Forecast Center is located in Slidell, Louisiana, and is co-located with the New Orleans/Baton Rouge Weather Forecast Office. Our office is open seven days a week, 365 days a year, from 6am to 10pm. During times of active flooding, our office is staffed 24 hours a day.

We provide daily river forecasts for locations on the lower Mississippi River and its tributaries. This includes over 200 forecast locations across a 210,000 square mile area.

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