A multi-day lake effect snow event downwind of the Great Lakes may produce several feet of snow. Travel is expected to be difficult to impossible. Accumulating snow will also be possible in the northern Plains, and north and central Rockies. A Canadian cold front will usher in unseasonably cool temperatures across much of the U.S. later this week and weekend. Impacted Lanes: US-395, US-31, US-20, US-200, US-93, I-90, I-69, I-96, I-86, I-70, I-25
Dense Fog Advisory remains in effect until 11 AM MST this morning
- For the Dense Fog Advisory, visibility 1/4 mile or less in dense fog.
- Impacts: Hazardous driving conditions due to low visibility.
Freezing Fog Advisory remains in effect until 12 PM PST this afternoon
- Visibility less than one half mile in freezing fog.
- Impacts: Hazardous driving conditions due to low visibility and potential frost on bridges. There may also be localized areas with freezing drizzle causing slick roadways.
High Wind Warning remains in effect until 7 PM PST Friday evening
- East winds 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 60 mph expected at freeway level. Speeds 35 to 50 mph with gusts to 80 to 100 mph at most exposed areas such as Corbett and Crown Point.
- Impacts: Damaging winds will blow down trees and power lines. Widespread power outages are expected. Travel will be difficult, especially for high profile vehicles.
Winter Strom Warning remains in effect until 7 AM EST Saturday morning
- Heavy snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 8 to 14 inches. Heaviest snow expected today and Saturday.
- Impacts: Travel could be very difficult to impossible. The hazardous conditions could impact the morning or evening commute.
Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 7 AM EST Saturday morning
- Snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 5 to 8 inches.
- Impacts: Travel could be very difficult. The hazardous conditions could impact the morning or evening commute.
Lake Effect Snow Warning remains in effect until 1 PM EST Sunday afternoon
- Heavy lake effect snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 2 to 4 feet in the most persistent lake snows. The heaviest snow is expected late this evening through Friday night when snowfall rates could exceed 3 inches per hour. Winds gusting as high as 35 mph with produce patchy blowing snow.
- Impacts: Travel will be very difficult to impossible. The hazardous conditions will impact the Friday morning and evening commute. The heavy snow could also bring down some tree limbs and cause scattered power outages.
Additional Dense Fog Advisories include but are not limited to: California and Idaho
Additional Freezing Fog Advisories include but are not limited to: California, Idaho and Washington
Additional Winter Weather Advisories include but are not limited to: Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, North Dakota and South Dakota,
Additional Lake Effect Snow Warnings include but are not limited to: Ohio and Pennsylvania