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Coastal Storm Drifts Away From Southeast and Mid-Atlantic; Fire Weather Concerns Remain In Southern California

A strong storm is forecast to drift away from coastal sections of the Southeast/Mid-Atlantic today but a number of hazards remain in effect, from gusty winds to a variety of marine issues. The storm will bypass the Northeast on Monday, while producing coastal rain and interior frozen precipitation. Meanwhile, elevated to critical fire weather threats remain in effect across southern California. Read More >

Updated Early Wednesday Morning...

Scattered to numerous showers as well as isolated thunderstorms(some with locally heavy rain) are expected to develop over the recent burn scars of southern Colorado(including but not limited to the Hayden Pass, Junkins and Spring burn scars) from late this morning into tonight, therefore a Flash Flood Watch is in effect for these locations for this potential from late this morning into tonight.  

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