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Stormy Conditions Continue in the West; Wintry Weather to Intensify Through This Weekend In the Central and Eastern U.S.

An intense Pacific Storm will continue bringing heavy rain and flooding, strong and gusty winds, heavy snow in the mountains up to 6 feet. As the system shifts east, mountain snow will intensify in the Great Basin and Rockies. Another storm system will bring wintry conditions to the central U.S., spreading snow into the Mid-Atlantic, including the DC Metro area in time for the evening commute. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Jan. 16, 2019 at 7:44:22 pm PST

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A slow moving warm front will spread precipitation across eastern Oregon and eastern Washington tonight through tomorrow afternoon. Moderate snow with the potential of sleet and freezing rain is expected tonight through Thursday along the east slopes of the Washington Cascades, the Kittitas and Yakima Valleys, and the Simcoe Highlands where Winter Weather Advisories are in effect until tomorrow afternoon. Light freezing rain is also expected over portions of Central Oregon, North-Central Oregon, the Lower Columbia Basin of Washington and Oregon, as well as along the Foothills of the Blue Mountains where Winter Weather Advisories are in effect until tomorrow morning. If traveling tonight into tomorrow morning, driving will be difficult and walking surfaces will be slick. Valleys should change over to all rain by the late morning and early afternoon as warm air mixes down to the surface.