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Sluggish Western Storm; Potential for Excessive Rain in the Mid-South

A slow-moving storm in the West will continue to bring heavy snow to the California and northern Rocky mountains, and accumulating snow in the Intermountain West, Rockies, and the northern Plains. Moisture lifting across the Deep South may produce excessive rain in the Mid South. A strong Bering Sea storm will bring heavy snow, gusty winds, coastal flooding and ice shoves to western Alaska. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Dec. 4, 2022 at 11:22:37 pm PST

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A front will bring wetting rain and snow to many locations across southern Oregon and northern California. Snow accumulation will vary from 4 to 10 inches above 3000 feet in northern California with up to 16 inches around 7000 feet around Mt Shasta Ski Park. Snow accumulation will begin to diminish by Monday afternoon as the low moves through the region.  
  • Oregon road conditions: Tripcheck.com
  • California road conditions: Caltrans
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