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Storms in the Central U.S.; Active Weather Pattern to Approach the West

A few strong to severe storms with gusty winds and hail will be possible across parts of the Midwest on Wednesday. An approaching storm may produce showers with areas of gusty winds and heavy mountain snow on the West Coast. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Oct. 19, 2021 at 8:17:29 pm PDT

National Weather Service Eureka, CANational Weather Service Sacramento, CANational Weather Service Reno, NV
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National Weather Service San Joaquin Valley, CA
National Weather Service Honolulu, HINational Weather Service Los Angeles, CA

A series of wet systems will impact the Central Coast and Bay Area throughout the coming week. The next system will arrive Tuesday afternoon bringing more rain showers and locally gusty winds as a front moves through the region. Additional systems will then continue to impact California throughout the rest of the week and into the weekend, some of which will have a decent moisture tap from the Central Pacific. A good portion of the region could wind up with at least a couple of inches of rain during this time period. Still much uncertainty when talking about late this week and next weekend, stay tuned.
A Wind Advisory has been issued from 8 PM today through 4 AM PST Wednesday. However, winds could get locally gusty along the coast later this evening before becoming more widespread and impacting inland areas later tonight. Strongest wind gusts are forecast to be across much of the highlighted areas along the coast and across higher terrain with gusts peaking between 40 to 50 mph.
Una Vigilancia de Vientos sera valida deste hoy a las 8 PM hasta las 4 AM PST del Miercoles. Aun asi, se esperan vientos fuertes en la costa antes del aterdecer. Estos mismos vientos se expandiran al resto de la zona de riesgo.

 

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