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Heavy rain across the eastern U.S.

Low pressure will weaken some as it heads to the Northeast U.S. tomorrow, but still will be capable of producing areas of heavy rain from the Mid-Atlantic to New England. Severe thunderstorms are possible in the central Plains and Lower Mississippi Valley over the next couple of days. More widespread severe storms are possible in the southern Plains by the end of the week. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Tue, Apr. 25, 2017 at 1:38:25 am PDT

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A fairly typical spring week is in store for us with a couple of storms, more bouts of wind, and temperature swings. Breezy winds continue to affect the region today. Expect a slight chance for rain showers in western Nevada and higher elevation snow showers in the Sierra. Similar conditions are forecast for Wednesday, however, winds will be stronger. Gusts could reach as high as 40–50 mph in western Nevada and mountain valley locations. Mountain tops could see gusts as high as 80–90 mph. A cold front is expected to move through the area Thursday into Friday bringing below average temperatures to the region. Expect highs in the 40s in Sierra valley locations and 50s in western Nevada. Drier conditions with a warming trend are expected for the weekend.

 

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