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Stormy Weather for Northern U.S., Alaska and Hawaii

A powerful storm system will produce a swath of heavy snow and high winds across the Northern U.S. on Sunday from the northern Plains to the Upper Great Lakes. Meanwhile, a major winter storm will hammer the Alaskan West Coast and Western Interior on Sunday with blizzard warnings in effect. Finally, a developing Kona low will produce numerous hazards for Hawaii through early this week. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Dec. 4, 2021 at 7:18:16 pm AST

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Hazardous marine & coastal conditions through at least early next week.
High risk of rip currents continues across many local beaches. Passing showers are expected to affect the USVI and eastern Puerto Rico from time to time. Seas of up to 6 feet are anticipated for the Atlantic waters, and up to 5 feet for the Caribbean. Winds out of the east-northeast at up to 20 knots.
Passing showers expected through the day. Additional activity is expected in the afternoon for western Puerto Rico, including the possibility of isolated thunderstorms. Hazardous marine conditions with seas up to 7 feet and winds up to 20 knots are anticipated. Therefore, small craft advisory is in effect. High risk of rip currents is in effect.
High risk of rip currents for the northern beaches of Puerto Rico as well as for eastern Saint Croix.