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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 >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Dec. 7, 2019 at 12:00:18 am PST

National Weather Service Seattle/Tacoma, WAZoom

National Weather Service Missoula, MT
National Weather Service Portland, ORNational Weather Service Pendleton, OR

The next weather system moving through the Inland Northwest could produce brief freezing rain across portions of central Washignton. The main threat of freezing rain will occur tonight into early Saturday morning.
The next weather system is forecast to arrive tonight across the Inland NW. This will be a relatively warm system with most of the significant snow forecast over the mountains of the Idaho Panhandle.


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