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Coastal Storm Drifts Away From Southeast and Mid-Atlantic; Fire Weather Concerns Remain In Southern California

A strong storm is forecast to drift away from coastal sections of the Southeast/Mid-Atlantic today but a number of hazards remain in effect, from gusty winds to a variety of marine issues. The storm will bypass the Northeast on Monday, while producing coastal rain and interior frozen precipitation. Meanwhile, elevated to critical fire weather threats remain in effect across southern California. Read More >

Today, we'll see sunny, warm, and breezy conditions with northwest winds 25 to 35 mph with gusts around 40 mph through the afternoon today. Increasing clouds and a wintry mix/drizzly conditions late Tuesday night into Wednesday before snow overspreads the region. The heaviest snow will stay southwest of our area, but light accumulations are possible. Areas that could see an inch or two of snow are the Black Hills (could see locally higher amounts), portions of northeastern Wyoming, and areas south of I-90 in South Dakota.