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Ophelia Remnants Slow to Exit; Strong Pacific Northwest Storm; Heavy Rain in Upper Midwest and South

Lingering rain continues for parts of the Mid-Atlantic and New England as Ophelia remnants slowly move offshore. A powerful system is bringing heavy rain, a wintry mix at higher elevations, and gusty winds. Dry, gusty winds in the northern Great Basin is producing critical fire weather threats. A lingering front in the South and an upper level system in the Upper Midwest may produce heavy rain. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Sep. 25, 2023 at 7:02:40 am PDT

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Increasing Winds Monday: SW gusts of 25-35 mph for most areas. However, stronger gusts up to 45 mph will be possible across far NE CA & NW NV. Expect choppy lakes. Increased fire danger is expected for Monday across NE CA and NW NV. Red Flag Warnings have been posted for these areas Monday afternoon: Lake Wind Advisory has been issued for Pyramid Lake Monday afternoon.


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