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Long Duration Winter Storm for the Pacific Northwest; Heavy Rains in the Southeast and Hawaii

A long-duration winter storm will impact the Northwest through the weekend. The coastal ranges and lower elevations of the Cascades will have moderate to heavy rain, and periods of heavy snow will impact many mountain passes. Scattered storms and heavy rains may produce localized flash flooding across the central Gulf Coast into the Southeast and Hawaii. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Nov. 30, 2023 at 10:00:42 pm PST

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Seasonably cool temperatures and dry conditions prevail early Thursday before unsettled weather arrives Thursday into the weekend. Periods of showers and enhanced breezes are expected through Saturday, creating Sierra travel issues and perhaps slick western NV roads during the Friday morning commute. Be cautious and allow extra time to reach your destination on Friday morning. Some lingering showers are expected for portions of northeast California and northwestern Nevada Sunday into early Monday. Mild weather and a steady warming trend are expected early next week.


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