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Severe Thunderstorms and Flash Flooding Possible Through the Holiday Weekend

Severe thunderstorms, heavy rainfall, and additional flash flooding will remain possible across much of the central U.S. and into parts of the Ohio Valley and Mid Atlantic through Monday. Elsewhere, cool and unsettled weather will persist over the West, while record high temperatures are expected in the Southeast. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, May. 25, 2019 at 3:01:40 pm PDT

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

Be on the lookout for thunderstorms! Saturday will again feature a good chance of rain showers and afternoon thunderstorms for most of the Inland NW. Spending time outdoors? Keep up with the latest forecast before you head out. Identify where the nearest shelter is located, and if the skies turn threatening, seek shelter immediately. For the current conditions: www.weather.gov/otx
North and northeast winds will strengthen overnight tonight into Sunday. Local wind gusts of 30-45 mph will be possible down the Okanogan Valley, north Idaho, and northeast Washington.
Gusty northeast winds on Sunday will produce rough water on lakes and rivers across eastern Washington and north Idaho. A few area lakes that are exposed to northeast winds are Lake Pend Oreille, Lake Coeur d’Alene, Banks Lake, Potholes, Moses Lake, Rock Lake and Lake Roosevelt. Water temperatures are still quite cold in many lakes making it especially important to wear your life jacket.

 

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