Summary: A series of storms are bringing avalanche and flooding concerns to the Pacific Northwest and northern Rockies as precipitation and heavy winds continue to impact the area.
morning, however, area rivers will likely to continue to rise in response to persistent rainfall over the last 24 to 36 hours
- Freezing rain. Additional ice accumulations of a light glaze. Black ice is expected.
- Wet snow. Additional snow accumulations up to 3 inches.
- Southwest winds mostly 35 to 45 mph with gusts high as 75 mph
- Travel could be difficult for high profile vehicles. Blowing snow will also reduce visibility at times.
- Visibility less than one quarter mile in dense fog making driving conditions hazardous
- The fog may deposit a thin layer of ice on untreated surfaces
- Snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches expected
- Expect snow covered roads and limited visibilities
Additional Flood Advisories scatter central and eastern US, including but not limited to: Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Illouinois, Indiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, and Missouri.