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Three Areas of Hazardous Weather

A stalled front along the Gulf Coast into Texas will continue to produce rounds of thunderstorms and heavy rain with flooding over the next couple of days. Meanwhile, a potent system will produce heavy snow and gusty winds across the central Rockies into the High Plains through Friday. Finally, a coastal storm will deliver locally heavy rain, gusty winds and mainly mountain snow in New England. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Apr. 15, 2021 at 9:28:13 am PDT

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Temperatures will be warming up into the upper 80s in western valleys later this week. Rivers and streams will still be cold this time of year. Cold water can quickly become deadly causing cold water shock, hypothermia and drowning. Stay safe and take precautions near area lakes, rivers and at the coast. For additional cold water safety tips to go:
Warm weather this weekend will not mean that the water is warm. If you head to local lakes and rivers, take proper precautions against cold water temperatures. This time of year water temperatures are generally around 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Cold water can cause shock and hypothermia. Use a life jacket and recreate in a group. More water temperatures of southwest Oregon rivers can be found at through the USGS.


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