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Heavy Rain, Snow, and High Winds in the West; Severe Thunderstorms Shift to the East

A strong storm off the Pacific Northwest will continue directing a stream of heavy rain, high elevation snow and gusty to high winds over much of central and northern California, the Sierra Nevadas and the Great Basin Monday. Thunderstorms associated with isolated wind damage are possible over parts of the southern and central Appalachians into the Carolinas and Middle Atlantic region Monday. Read More >

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SYNOPSIS: A winter storm system will swing through the intermountain west Monday (November 16th), delivering widespread snow, colder temperatures, and strong north winds (possibly producing blowing snow at times) to usher in your work week. Anyone traveling, especially across Interstate 80, should prepare for the return of winter driving conditions. Moderate accumulations will be possible across southern and portions of central Wyoming by Tuesday morning, with little snow accumulations expected elsewhere. To get the latest road information dial 5-1-1 on your phone, or click here

 

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