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Temperatures Well Above Normal in the Southwest & California; Snow Possible in the Northern Plains

Much above average temperatures will continue from California, through the Southwest and into the Great Basin, with poor air quality due to ongoing wildfires. Elsewhere, a slow-moving storm over the Northern High Plains will reach the Upper Great Lakes by Wednesday. This system will produce areas of snow, rain, and freezing rain. Rainy weather will also continue over parts of Florida. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Oct. 19, 2020 at 11:09:15 pm PDT

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Temperatures are expected to fall to lower than coldest temperatures observed, thus far, this season both Thursday morning and Friday morning. This means that a hard freeze is expected across most of the east side, while some west side valleys will also experience their first freeze of this fall season. Other west side valleys will see their first killing frost of the season. Please note that the above values are for Thursday morning. Damaging temperatures will begin Wednesday night in some areas and temperatures will be colder Friday morning in other areas. Take precautions by harvesting, covering, or bringing in tender vegetation. Also take precautions to prevent freeze damage to irrigation systems in areas where freezing conditions are likely.


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