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Heavy Rainfall and Flash Flooding Over the Southeast; Lingering Fire Weather Concerns in the West

Heavy rainfall, flooding, gusty winds, and the risk of a few tornadoes will continue over portions of the Southeast U.S. as Sally gradually weakens. Elsewhere, critical fire weather conditions linger over parts of Oregon, northern California, and the Great Basin, along with poor air quality for much of the West. Cool weather prevails from the Upper Midwest into New England. Read More >

 Today's Weather Impact Levels (click on specific hazard for details)
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Current Wind Analysis
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None Wind 0-24 mph sustained and/or gusts to 39 mph.
Slight Wind sustained 25-39 mph and/or gusts 40-57 mph possible.
Moderate Damaging wind sustained 40-73 mph and/or gusts 58 mph or greater possible.
High Hurricane force (74+ mph) winds possible.
  Wind Impact Statement


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