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Weather Update 11.25.20 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Nov 25, 2020 7:30:11 AM


Active weather will move from the central United States to the Northeast. Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms may occur across parts of the lower/mid Mississippi Valley into the Ohio Valley. Snow may cause hazardous travel in the the Interior Northeast. A cold front will bring rough surf, winds, rain, and mountain snow from the Pacific Northwest into the Northern Rockies through Thursday. Active Advisories: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Maine

Washington
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow continuing today above 3000ft in the Cascades
  • 1-3 inches additional snow
  • Until 10 AM PST Today
Oregon
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow continuing today above 3500ft in the Cascades
  • 6-9 inches additional snow
  • Until 7 PM PST this evening
Idaho
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow continuing today across the central panhandle
  • 1-3 inches of snow
  • Until 10 AM PST this morning
Montana
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow continuing today across northwest MT
  • 1-3 inches of snow
  • 45mph wind gusts
  • Until 11 AM MST this morning
Maine
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow expected today across northern ME
  • 2-4 inches of snow
  • From 10 AM this morning to 10 PM EST this evening
For more information please visit  https://www.weather.gov/, https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ and https://weather.com/
 
 

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Weather Update 11.24.20 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Nov 24, 2020 7:37:15 AM


A complex storm in the Central U.S. will produce widespread impacts. Severe storms will be possible in Oklahoma. Heavy snow will continue in the Central Rockies, with areas of snow in the Mississippi Valley and Great Lakes. A new Pacific storm will bring gusty winds, rain, and mountain snow to the Northwest. Active Advisories: Washington, Oregon, Colorado, North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan

Washington
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow expected to begin this afternoon above 3000ft in the Cascades
  • 6-13in of snow
  • From 4 PM this afternoon to 10 AM PST Wednesday
Will likely impact transit along I-90, including through Snoqualmie Pass
 
Oregon
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow expected to begin this evening above 3500ft in the Cascades
  • 6-13in of snow
  • 35mph wind gusts
  • From 10 PM this evening to 10 PM PST Wednesday
Will likely impact transit through the region including along I-5 and I-84
 
Colorado
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow continuing above 9000ft in the central and southern mountains
  • 2-4in additional snow
  • Until 11 AM MST this morning
Impacting transit along I-70, I-76, and I-25
 
North Dakota
Winter Weather Advisory
Mixed precipitation continuing today across northeast ND
  • 1 inch of snow
  • Glaze of ice
  •  Until noon CST today
Slippery road conditions are impacting in the region, including along I-29
 
Minnesota
Winter Weather Advisory
Mixed precipitation continuing today across northern MN
  • 1 inch of snow
  • 1/10th inch of ice accumulation
Slippery road conditions may impact transit in the region
 
Iowa
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow continuing today across eastern IA
  • 2-4in snow
  • Until 3 PM CST this afternoon
Impacting transit including along I-80
 
Wisconsin
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow continuing today across southern WI 
  • 2-4in of snow
  • Until noon CST today
Impacting transit including along I-90 and I-94
 
Illinois
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow continuing this morning across northern IL
  • 1-3in of snow
  • Through 10 AM CST this Morning
Impacting transit including along I-90, I-39, I-80, and I-88
 
Michigan
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow expected across northern MI this afternoon
  • 2-4in of snow
  • Glaze of ice
  • From 3 PM this afternoon to 6 AM EST Wednesday
Slippery road conditions may impact transit including along I-75
 
 
For more information please visit  https://www.weather.gov/, https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ and https://weather.com/
 
 

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Weather Update 11.19.20 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Nov 19, 2020 8:08:37 AM


Unsettled weather will persist through today in the Pacific Northwest and Northern Rockies. Mixed precipitation is expected in the Northern Plains, and blustery conditions in the southern and central Plains into the Ohio Valley. Above normal temperatures will spread west to east across the contiguous U.S. this week. Active Advisories: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota

Washington
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow continuing in the southern Cascades above 3500ft
  • 2-6 inches additional snow
  • Until 3 PM PST this afternoon
Oregon
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow continuing in the Cascades above 4500ft
  • 4-7 inches additional snow
  • 35mph wind gusts
  • Until 10 AM PST Thursday
Idaho
Winter Weather Advisory
Snowy conditions above 4000ft continuing this morning across the panhandle
  • 2-7 inches of snow
  • Until 11 AM MST /10 AM PST/ this morning
Impacting transit including along I-90 through Lookout Pass
 
Montana
Winter Weather Advisory
Mixed precipitation occurring this morning across northeast MT
  • 1 inch of snow
  • Light glaze of ice
  • Dense fog
  • Until noon MST today
North Dakota
Winter Weather Advisory
Mixed precipitation occurring today across the northern half of the state
  • .05 inch of ice accumulation
  • Up to 1 inch of snow
  • From 6 AM CST /5 AM MST/ this morning to 6 PM CST /5 PM/MST/ this evening
Minnesota
Winter Weather Advisory
Mixed precipitation expected today across northwest MN
  • 1 inch of snow
  • Light glaze of ice
  • From 5 PM this afternoon to midnight CST tonight
 
 
For more information please visit  https://www.weather.gov/, https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ and https://weather.com/
 
 

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Weather Update 11.18.20 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Nov 18, 2020 8:06:33 AM


Unsettled conditions will continue from the Pacific Northwest and California into the Sierra and Rocky mountains with locally heavy rain, a few thunderstorms, mountain snow, gusty to high winds, and possible coastal and burn-scar flooding. Above normal temperatures will spread west to east across the contiguous U.S. this week. Temperatures of 10 to 30 degrees above normal are likely. Active Advisories: Washington, Oregon, California

Washington
Winter Weather Advisory
Heavy snow snow continuing above 4000ft in parts of the Cascades
  • 10-20in of snow
  • Until 6 AM PST Thursday
Oregon
Winter Weather Advisory
Heavy snow snow continuing above 4000ft in parts of the Cascades
  • 10-20in of snow
  • Until 6 AM PST Thursday
California
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow occurring above 6500ft in the Sierra Nevada
  • 8-12in additional snow
  • Gusty winds possible
  • Until 6 PM today.
Impacting transit including including I-80 through Donner Pass, Hwy 50 over Echo Summit and Hwy 88 over Carson Pass.
 
 
For more information please visit  https://www.weather.gov/, https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ and https://weather.com/
 
 

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Weather Update 11.17.20 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Nov 17, 2020 7:53:46 AM


Unsettled weather will continue across the Pacific Northwest and into the northern Rockies this week as several fronts sweep gusty to high winds, heavy low elevation rain and mountain snow through the region. Above normal temperatures will spread east across the contiguous U.S. this week from west to east. Temperatures 15 degrees above normal are likely over the Central states. Active Advisories: California

California
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow above 6500ft is expected to begin today over the Sierra Nevada and Cascades
  • 1-2 feet of snow, up to 3
  • 40mph wind gusts
  • 10 AM today to 6 PM Wednesday
Mountain pass travel is expected to become difficult including through I-80 and I-5
 
 
 
For more information please visit  https://www.weather.gov/, https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ and https://weather.com/
 
 

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Weather Update 11.13.20 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Nov 13, 2020 8:50:59 AM


The center of Eta will pass just offshore of the coast of South and North Carolina through Friday morning. Widespread minor to moderate and scattered major river flooding is occurring in the wake of Eta. A series of storm systems will continue to impact the Western U.S. into next week with damaging high winds, heavy coastal rain and heavy mountain snow. Active Advisories: Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Nevada, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado

Washington
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow continuing above 3000ft across the state
  • 10-18 inches additional accumulation
  • Until 4 AM PST Saturday
Impacting transit including along I-90 through Snoqualmie pass
 
Oregon
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow expected across the cascades beginning this evening
  • 6-10 inches of snow above 4000ft
  • 50-70mph wind gusts above 5000ft
  • 1-5 inches of snow below 4000ft
  • 25-30mph wind gusts below 5000ft 
Will impact transit including along I-5 and I-85
 
California
Winter Weather Advisory
Wet snow expected into to night above 3000ft through the Sierra Nevada
  • 2-5 inches up snow, up to 10
  • Winds gusting 50-70mph above 5000ft
  • 4 AM to 10 PM today
Will likely impact transit along I-5 and I-80 through Donner Pass
 
Idaho
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow continuing today across the state
  • 3-5 inches additional snow
  • 7-10 inches additional int eh mountains
  • Until noon PST today
Impacting transit along I-90 and I-84
 
Nevada
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow expected to begin today across northeast NV
  • 2-6 inches of snow
  • From 10 AM Friday to 4 AM PST Saturday
May impact transit including through I-80
 
Montana
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow expected this evening across northwest MT
  • 2-4 inches of snow
  • 5-7 inches over Lost Trail pass
  • 40mph wind gusts
  • From 5 PM this afternoon to 11 AM MST Saturday
Will likely impact transit including along I-90
 
Wyoming
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy and blowing snow expected across western WY later today
  • 12-18 inches of snow in the Tetons
  • 8-10 inches in the Gros Ventres
  • 50mph wind gusts
  • From 3 PM today through Saturday evening
Will impact transit in the region.
 
Utah
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow expected this afternoon across the north central mountains
  • 12-20 inches of snow
  • 50mph wind gusts
  • From 3 PM this afternoon to 4 PM MST Saturday
Will likely impact transit including along I-84, I-80, and I-15
 
Colorado
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow expected this evening across central CO
  • 6-10 inches of snow
  • 55mph wind gusts
  • From 9 PM this evening to 6 PM MST Saturday
Will likely impact transit including along I-70 and I-25
 
 
For more information please visit  https://www.weather.gov/, https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ and https://weather.com/
 
 

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Weather Update 11.12.20 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Nov 12, 2020 8:26:55 AM


Tropical Storm Eta is forecast to move inland over the northern portion of the Florida peninsula today. Tropical-storm-force winds, life-threatening storm surge and heavy rainfall are expected while tornadoes and flooding are possible. Heavy rain may lead to flash flooding through Thursday from the southern Appalachians into the Mid-Atlantic states where a front is meeting Eta's moisture. Meanwhile, the Northwest is bracing for more wintry weather.  Active Advisories: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida

Washington
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow expected to begin this afternoon above 3000ft in the Cascades
  • 10-20 inches of snow
  • 45mph wind gusts
  • 4 PM this afternoon to 10 AM PST Friday
Will likely impact transit including along I-90 through Snoqualmie Pass
 
Oregon
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow expected to begin tomorrow morning across the Cascades
  • 5-10 inches of snow above 5000ft
  • 3-6 inches of snow below 5000ft
  • 55-70mph wind gusts
  • From 7 AM Friday to 1 AM PST Saturday
Will likely impact transit through the region
 
Idaho
Winter Storm Watch
Heavy snowfall across the West Central Mountains possible beginning this evening
  • 2-12 inches of snow
  • 12-24 inches of snow above 6000ft
  • 40mph wind gusts
  • From this evening through Saturday morning
Could render travel difficult to impossible
 
Wyoming
Winter Storm Watch
Heavy and blowing snow possible across western WY beginning Friday
  • 3-6 inches of snow, up to 14
  • 40mph wind gusts
  • From Friday afternoon through Saturday evening
Travel through the region could become very difficult, including along I-80
 
Tropical Storm Eta
 
Eta made landfall early this morning near Cedar Key, Florida, with maximum sustained winds of 50 mph. Tropical moisture associated with Eta is streaming northward ahead of a cold front in the East, resulting in locally heavy rainfall from parts of Virginia into the Carolinas.
 
Tropical Storm Warning
Tropical storm conditions are continuing today
  • Northeast FL
  • Extreme southeast GA
Rainfall
Heavy and potentially flooding rainfall will continue today
  • Southern Virginia
  • East central Carolinas
 
 
For more information please visit  https://www.weather.gov/, https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ and https://weather.com/
 
 

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Weather Update 11.11.20 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Nov 11, 2020 8:03:37 AM


Tropical Storm Eta will move close to but offshore of the southwest coast of Florida Wednesday and move inland over the northern portion of the Florida peninsula on Thursday. Eta will bring Tropical-storm-force winds, Life-threatening storm surge and heavy rainfall with a potential for flooding. Meanwhile, the remnants of Winter Strom Constance are lingering in the U.S. West. Further Northeast, heavy rain may lead to flash flooding Wednesday from the southern Appalachians into the Mid-Atlantic. Active Advisories: Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Florida

Oregon
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow continuing today above 3000ft in the Northern Cascades
  • 2-6 inches additional snow
  • 6-12 inches snow storm total
  • Through 10 am Wednesday

Idaho

Winter Weather Advisory

Snow continuing today across the central panhandle
  • 1-3 inches snow
  • 4-6 inches above 3000ft
  • From 6 PM MST /5 PM PST/ this evening to 11 AM MST /10 AM PST/ Wednesday
Impacting transit along I-90 including Lookout and Fourth of July Passes
 
Montana
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow continuing today across western MT
  • 1-3 inches additional snow
  • 2-6 inches for lower elevations
  • Until 5 PM MST Wednesday
Impacting transit along I-90 west of Missoula
 
Wyoming
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow continuing today over northwest WY
  • 5-10 inches additional snow
  • 40mph wind gusts
  • Until 10 PM this evening
 
Tropical Storm Eta
 
Tropical Storm Eta is tracking towards the Florida Gulf Coast, where it is expected to make landfall sometime on Thursday
 
Tropical Storm Warning 
Tropical Storm Conditions are expected along Florida's western coast late Wednesday into Thursday.
  • Bonita Beach north to the Suwannee River, including
    • Tampa-St. Petersburg, 
    • Sarasota
    • Ft. Myers
  • Dry Tortugas west of the lower Florida Keys
Hurricane Watch
Hurricane conditions are possible along parts of Florida's western coast by early Thursday
  • Anna Marie Island to Yankeetown
Storm Surge Watch 
Gulf water inundation is possible within the next 48 hours for parts of Florida's west coast
  • Bonita Beach to the Steinhatchee River
    • 2-4' possible
    • Includes  Tampa Bay and Charlotte Harbor
Flooding Rainfall
Eta may produce the following rainfall amounts through Friday
  • Western Florida
    • 2-4 inches, up to 6
  • South and North Florida
    • 1-2 inches, up to 4
The region from Miami to Fort Lauderdale has already seen 10-18 inches of rainfall from Eta, causing flooding throughout the area
 
For more information please visit  https://www.weather.gov/, https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ and https://weather.com/
 
 

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Weather Update 11.10.20 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Nov 10, 2020 9:25:13 AM


Eta will slowly shift north across the eastern Gulf of Mexico through much of the rest of this week, and could approach the Florida Gulf Coast later this week as a tropical storm, and possibly bring impacts from rain, wind, and storm surge. Meanwhile, Winter Storm Constance is bringing a swath of freezing rain and sleet along with a period of heavy snow from eastern Nebraska into northern Wisconsin Tuesday. Active Advisories: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin

Winter Storm Constance
Washington
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow expected today above 3000ft across the Southern Cascades
  • 6-12 inches of snow
  • 20-30mph wind gusts
  • From now til 4 AM PST Wednesday
Will likely impact transit through the region
 
Oregon
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow expected today above 3000ft across the Northern Cascades
  • 6-12 inches of snow
  • Through 10 am Wednesday
Will likely impact transit through the region
 
Idaho
Winter Weather Advisory
Snowfall continuing this morning across the Panhandle
  • 1-3 inches of snow
  • Until 10 AM PST Tuesday
Impacting transit including along I-90 through Lookout and Fourth of July Pass
 
Montana
Winter Weather Advisory
Blowing snow continuing along the Rocky Mountain Front
  • 60mph wind gusts
  • Until noon MST today
Impacting transit along I-15
 
Wyoming
Winter Weather Advisory
Heavy snow expected to begin today over northwest WY
  • 3-6 inches of snow in the north
  • 4-8 inches of snow in the south
  • 6-12 inches in the Tetons
  • 45mph wind gusts
  • From 11 AM Tuesday to 10 PM MST Wednesday
Will make transit difficult through the region, including along US-89, US-191, and US-14
 
South Dakota
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow expected across southeast SD
  • 3-6 inches of snow
  • From 8 AM this morning to 9 PM CST this evening
May impact transit along I-90
 
Nebraska
Ice Storm Warning
Significant icing and snow expected today across east central NB
  • 1/4 inch of ice
  • 1-2 inches of additional snow
  • 20-25mph wind gusts
  • Until 3 PM CST this afternoon
Widespread power outages and hazardous travel impacting transit including along I-80. NE-51 and NE-61 are closed due to impassable conditions.
 
Kansas
Winter Weather Advisory
Wintry precipitation continuing today across north central KS
  • Light glaze of ice
  • 1-2 inches additional snow
  • Until 3 PM CST this afternoon
Minnesota
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow expected today across southeast MN
  • 1/4 inch of ice
  • 4-7 inches of snow
  • Until 6 PM CST this evening
May impact transit along I-94, I-35, and I-90
 
Iowa
Winter Weather Advisory
Mixed precipitation occurring today across northwest IA
  • Heavy glaze of ice
  • Up to 3 inches of snow
  • Until 6 PM CST this evening
May impact transit along I-29
 
Wisconsin
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow beginning this afternoon across northern WI
  • Light glaze of ice
  • 5-8 inches of snow
  • From 3 PM this afternoon to 4 AM CST Wednesday
Will likely impact transit through the region
 
Tropical Storm Eta
 
Eta's track has shifted away from Florida, and is now centered in the southern Gulf of Mexico. The system may gain additional strength through Wednesday, but is expected to weaken as it potentially nears the U.S. Gulf Coast. Heavy rainfall affiliated with Eta is possible over southern Florida, however the exact track and intensity of the storm is uncertain at this time.
 
For more information please visit  https://www.weather.gov/, https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ and https://weather.com/
 
 

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Weather Update 11.9.20 - U.S.

Posted by Jarrett on Nov 9, 2020 8:27:46 AM


As the Western Winter Storm System advances east, heavy snow will continue in Montana and the Four Corners region. Meanwhile, Eta is bringing heavy rain, flooding, thunderstorms, strong winds, and storm surge to Florida. Additionally, heavy rain and severe thunderstorms are expected in the Upper Mississippi Valley to the Central Plains. Active Advisories: Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Nebraska, Florida

Winter Storm
 
Washington
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow expected across northeast WA tonight
  • 1-3 inches of snow
  • Until 10 AM PST Tuesday.
Idaho
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow expected across the panhandle tonight
  • 1-3 inches of snow
  • Until 10 AM PST Tuesday.
Montana
Blizzard Warnin
Blizzard conditions occurring across northern MT 
  • Whiteout conditions
  • 50mph wind gusts
  • Until noon MST today
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow continuing this morning across north central MT
  • Additional 1 inch of snow
  • 35mph wind gusts
  • Until noon MST today
Impacting transit along I-15 north of Great Falls
 
Utah 
Winter Weather Advisory
Heavy snowfall continuing in the Central Mountains
  • 3-6 inches additional snow
  • Until 3 PM MST this afternoon
Impacting transit along I-15, I-80, I-84, and I-70
 
Arizona 
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow continuing this morning above 5500ft
  • 1-3 inches additional snow
  • 30mph wind gusts
  • Until 8 AM MST this morning
Impacting transit including I-40 which is closed east of US 93
 
Colorado
Winter Storm Warning
Heavy snow continuing in the San Juan mountains
  • 4-8 inches additional snow
  • 45mph wind gusts
  • Until 11 PM MST this evening
Impacting transit along I-25, I-70
 
New Mexico 
Winter Weather Advisory
Snow continuing over the Tusas Mountains
  • 2-6 inches additional snow
  • 35mph wind gusts
  • Until 5 PM MST today
Impacting transit along I-40 near the Continental Divide
 
Nebraska
Winter Weather Advisory
Mixed precipitation occurring across north central NB
  • 1-2 inches of snow
  • Light glaze of ice
  • Until noon CST /11 AM MST/ today
Tropical Storm Eta
 
Eta made landfall in the Florida Keys Sunday night, becoming the 12th named storm to make landfall in the U.S. this hurricane season, and the first for the state of Florida. The center of Eta is now located just off the southwest coast of Florida, and while Eta's long-term track is uncertain at this time, it may approach the Florida Gulf Coast later this week. 
 
Tropical Storm
Tropical Storm Warnings are in effect for southern Florida
  • From the Brevard-Volusia County line to Anna Maria Island
    • Includes entire Miami metro
  • Conditions continuing through Monday
 
Flooding Rainfall
Storm totals of 18+ inches rain expected across southern Florida
  • 2-4 additional inches through today
  • Flood watches in effect 
    • Includes Miami-Fort Lauderdale Metro
 
For more information please visit  https://www.weather.gov/, https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/ and https://weather.com/
 
 

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