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Slow System Impacts Southern California and Southwest; Severe Weather Threats Over The East

A slow moving storm system will deliver heavy mountain snow and rainfall to southern California and the Desert Southwest through late week. The locally heavy rainfall may pose a flash flood risk, especially to burn scar locations. Severe thunderstorms capable of damaging winds, large hail, and isolated tornadoes will be possible from the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley into the Mid-Atlantic today. Read More >

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Temperature maps are derived from automated surface observations. Precipitation maps are derived from a combination of radar data and automated surface observations.

Observed Overnight Minimum Temperature


Observed Daytime Maximum Temperature


Observed Daily Precipitation Ending at 600 AM

 

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 Additional precipitation observations can be obtained from:

South Dakota CoCoRaHS Reports
Wyoming CoCoRaHS Reports

24-Hour National Precipitation Maps are a combination of cooperative observer data, Community Collaborative Rain, Hail & Snow (CoCoRaHS) network reports, and Doppler Radar precipitation estimates.

24-hour National Snowfall Maps are created from cooperative observer and Community Collaborative Rain, Hail & Snow (CoCoRaHS) network reports.

National Snow Analyses snow depth, snow water equivalent, and snowpack temperatures maps are provided by the National Operational Hydrologic Remote Sensing Center (NOHRSC).