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Slow Moving Storm to Impact California and Dampen Western States

A slow moving system off the California coastline will bring rain, mountain snow, and coastal impacts. Locally heavy rain may cause flash flooding, especially, on burn scars in from central California to southwestern Oregon. Snow up to 3 feet will be possible in the Sierra-Nevada Mountains. Rain with mountain snow can be expected from the Northwest to the Northern Rockies and into the Plains. Read More >

Overview   ***Preliminary***

During the late afternoon and evening of June 11, 2018, thunderstorms developed near the surface low pressure system over Dodge county and ahead of a cold front that moved through in eastern Nebraska and a warm front that trailed southeast into western Iowa.  In-between these fronts, there appeared to be a pre-frontal boundary that was northeast of Lincoln and west of Plattsmouth.  Six confirmed tornadoes, large hail to baseball size and damaging winds accompanied the storms.

 

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