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Ongoing Historic Flooding; Rain and Snow for the Northeast and Northwest Late This Week

Relatively dry weather is expected the next few days across the Plains where historic flooding is occurring. A Pacific front will bring heavy rain and mountain snow to the Northwest Friday. For the Northeast, a coastal low will develop Thursday into Friday bringing rain and snow, locally heavy, from the Mid-Atlantic into the Northeast. Strong, potentially damaging, winds will accompany the storm. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Wed, Mar. 20, 2019 at 7:32:31 pm PDT

National Weather Service Medford, OR
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National Weather Service Reno, NV
National Weather Service San Francisco Bay Area, CANational Weather Service San Joaquin Valley, CA

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for elevations above 6000 feet thru 11 pm this evening. Chain controls and travel delays are possible. Be prepared for winter travel conditions if you travel over the northern Sierra Nevada.
A slight threat of thunderstorms exists over interior northern California this afternoon as a Pacific low pressure system moves through the region. Although most shower activity today will be light, thunderstorms could bring brief periods of heavy rain and small hail.
The Vernal equinox occurs today at 2:58 PM PDT. This is the time the sun passes over the celestial equator. Astronomical spring starts today.

 

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