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Significant Flood Threat Continues For South-Central U.S.

A widespread and significant flood risk continues across the south-central U.S. from repeated rounds of intense rain and strong to severe thunderstorms. Flash flood watches are in effect for large part of the ArkLaTex. Today's concern extends from the Louisiana and extreme Upper Texas Gulf Coast to northeastern Texas and southeastern Oklahoma before shifting to all of eastern Texas on Wednesday. Read More >

The following data are snowpack. More information can be found here.

West Coast Snowpack

 

 

The following data are preliminary and estimated snow depths across the region.

Methodology for this now depth imagery is here: https://www.nohrsc.noaa.gov/technology/pdf/NOAAs_National_Snow_Analyses.pdf

 

 

Latest Modeled Snow Depth per NOHRSC. Click for snow depth value.

 

 

 


 

 

Latest Estimated Snow Depth per NOHRSC

 

Southern Oregon and Northern California Modeled snow depth

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Latest Estimated Snow Depth Compared to Normal Snow Depth for Current Month per NOHRSC

 

Southern Oregon and Northern California Modeled snow depth

 


 

Estimated snowfall in past 24 hours per NOHRSC

 

Southern Oregon and Northern California Modeled snow depth

 

 

 


Estimated Snow depth over the CONUS per NOHRSC

 

Southern Oregon and Northern California Modeled snow depth