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Frigid Temperatures with Dangerous Wind Chills; Heavy Rain and Flooding

An arctic cold front will continue to plunge southward through the Plains, Mississippi Valley and the Northwest quadrant of the U.S. on Sunday. As a result, widespread frigid and well below normal temperatures are expected along with dangerous wind chills. Meanwhile, heavy rain and flooding are possible for the Gulf Coast states and much of Hawaii. Read More >

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October Climate Summary for Central and Western Wyoming

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December 2021 Climate Summary

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Jackson NOAA Weather Radio will be down until further notice

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