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Weather Update 4.2.20

Posted by Jarrett on Apr 2, 2020 7:48:13 AM


Wintry weather and below normal temperatures will continue from the Northwest mountains to the North/Central Plains. Gusty winds and very dry conditions will create elevated to critical fire weather threats across the South High Plains. A coastal storm meandering in the Atlantic will gradually spread showers, winds, and coastal impacts across New England. States with Active Advisories: Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa. 

State breakdown below:

Montana - Winter Weather Advisory - Southeast. 1-3 inches of additional snow until 6 PM MDT this evening.

Wyoming - Winter Storm Warning - Eastern. 3-6 inches of additional snow until 9 PM MDT Thursday.

Colorado - Winter Weather Advisory - Northwest. 4-8 inches of snow until midnight MDT Thursday night.

North Dakota - Winter Storm Warning - Eastern. 5-8 inches of snow, 1/10th inch of ice, and winds gusting at 35mph until 7 AM CDT Friday.

South Dakota - Winter Storm Warning - 3-5 inches of snow, glazing ice, and winds gusting at 40mph until 1 AM CDT /midnight MDT/ Friday.

Nebraska - Winter Weather Advisory - 1 inch of snow and 2/10ths inch of ice until 7 AM CDT Friday.

Kansas - Winter Weather Advisory - North Central.  1 inch of snow and 2/10ths inch of ice from 1 PM this afternoon to 10 AM CDT Friday.

Minnesota - Winter Storm Warning - Western. 2-5 inches of snow and 1/10th inch of ice from 1 PM Thursday to 7 PM CDT Friday.

Iowa - Winter Weather Advisory - Northwest. 2 inches of snow and 1/10th inch of ice until 7 AM CDT Friday.

For further details, please visit https://www.weather.gov/ 

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Weather Update 4.1.20

Posted by Jarrett on Apr 1, 2020 8:25:56 AM


A Pacific storm system will spread snow and below normal temperatures into portions of the North/Central Plains. Lighter snow will continue in the Northwest to unseasonably low elevations, while heavier snow will be possible across portions of eastern Wyoming. A wintry mix may develop across the Upper Midwest. Much below normal temperatures can be expected in the Plains mid to late week. States with Active Advisories: Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota

State breakdown below:

Montana - Winter Storm Warning - 3-5 inches of additional snow until noon MDT today.

Wyoming - Winter Weather Advisory - Northeast. 1-3 inches of snow and 1/10th inch of ice from 1 AM Thursday to 7 AM CDT Friday.

North Dakota - Winter Weather Advisory - 3-5 inches of snow and a glaze of ice from 1 AM CDT /midnight MDT/ Thursday to 7 AM CDT /6 AM MDT/ Friday.

South Dakota - Winter Weather Advisory -  1-3 inches of snow and 1/10th inch of ice from 1 AM Thursday to 7 AM CDT Friday.

Nebraska - Winter Weather Advisory -  1-3 inches of snow and 1/10th inch of ice from from 9 PM this evening to 6 AM MDT Friday.

Minnesota - Winter Weather Advisory - Western. Up to 1 inch of snow and 1/10th inch of ice from 7 PM Thursday to 10 AM CDT Friday.

For further details, please visit https://www.weather.gov/ 

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Weather Update 3.31.20

Posted by Jarrett on Mar 31, 2020 7:54:38 AM


A storm moving through the Southeast will produce severe storms with potential for damaging winds, large hail, and a few tornadoes. Gusty winds ahead of this front will produce elevated fire weather threats in southeastern Florida. A Pacific storm will continue moving inland spreading heavy mountain snow into the Rockies, and a wintry mix into portions of the North/Central Plains. States with Active Advisories: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming

State breakdown below:

Washington - Winter Weather Advisory - Cascades. 2-8 inches of additional snow above 2000ft until 11 AM PDT this morning. Impacting transit along I-90 including through Snoqualmie Pass.

Oregon - Winter Weather Advisory - Cascades/Northeast. 3-7 of additional snow above 2500ft until 11 AM PDT this morning.

Idaho - Winter Weather Advisory - Panhandle. 1-3 inches of valley snow and 3-6 inches of mountain snow until 11 AM PDT this morning. 

Montana - Winter Weather Advisory - Western/Central. 1-3 inches of additional snow in lower elevations and 3-6 inches in the mountains with winds gusting at 35mph from 6 PM this evening to noon MDT Wednesday.

Wyoming - Winter Weather Advisory - Northwest. 6-12 inches of snow and winds gusting at 40mph through 11 PM MDT this evening.

High Winds are present in parts of Oregon, California, Idaho, Nevada, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. 

Flood Warnings are present along major rivers an territories in the central US. 

For further details, please visit https://www.weather.gov/ 

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Weather Update 3.30.20

Posted by Jarrett on Mar 30, 2020 7:48:12 AM


A storm tracking along the southern U.S. will bring gusty winds and critical fire weather threats to the High Plains; and potential for severe storms with damaging winds and heavy rain in the Lower Mississippi Valley. A strong Pacific storm will bring lower elevation rain and heavy mountain snow to the Northwest. Snow levels will dip to 1,500 feet creating hazardous mountain travel. States with Active Advisories: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Maine. 

State breakdown below: 

Washington - Winter Weather Advisory - Cascades. 8-15 inches of snow above 2000ft from 2 AM Monday to 11 AM PDT Tuesday. Expected to impact transit along I-90 including Snoqualmie Pass

Oregon - Winter Weather Advisory - Cascades. 10-20 inches of snow and winds gusting up to 45mph until 11 AM PDT Tuesday.

Idaho - Winter Weather Advisory - Central Panhandle. 6-10 inches of snow above 6500ft, 2-7 inches below and winds gusting up to 35mph from 6 PM this evening to 6 PM MDT Tuesday.

Montana - Winter Weather Advisory - Western. 4-6 inches of snow above 3500ft an 6-8 inches above 6000ft with winds gusting up to 40mph from 5 PM Monday to 9 AM PDT Tuesday.. Expected to impact transit along I-90 including through Lookout and Homestake Passes.

Wyoming - Winter Weather Advisory - Northwest. 5-10 inches of snow and winds gusting up to 35mph from 9 PM this evening to 11 PM MDT Tuesday.

Maine - Winter Storm Warning - Northern. 6-9 inches of snow until noon EDT Monday.

Wind Advisories are in effect for parts of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, Montana, and Wyoming.

Dense Fog Advisories are in effect for parts of North Dakota, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Florida. 

Flood Warnings are in effect along major waterways and tributaries.

For further details, please visit https://www.weather.gov/ 

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Weather Update 3.27.20

Posted by Jarrett on Mar 27, 2020 7:48:11 AM


Several days of very dry air combined with gusty winds will continue critical fire weather conditions over portions of the southern and central High Plains into this weekend. These conditions could lead to the growth and spread of wildfires given ignition. Severe thunderstorms are forecast from eastern Kansas east across the Midwest Friday then the Mississippi River Valley Saturday. States with Active Advisories: Colorado, Nebraska, Minnesota, Wisconsin

State breakdown below:

Wyoming - Winter Weather Advisory/Winter Storm Warning - Southeast. 6-10in of snow with local amounts exceeding 1 foot Until 6 PM MDT Friday.

Colorado - Winter Weather Advisory - East Central. 3-6in of snow and winds gusting up to 40mph from 9 PM this evening to 9 AM MDT Saturday.

Nebraska - Winter Weather Advisory - West. 2-4in of snow with local amounts up to 6in from 3 PM this afternoon until 5 AM MDT Saturday.

Minnesota - Winter Storm Watch - Northeast. 3-6in of snow with locally higher amounts and winds gusting up to 35mph from Saturday afternoon through Sunday morning.

Wisconsin - Winter Storm Watch - North.  3-6in of snow with locally higher amounts and winds gusting up to 35mph from Saturday afternoon through Sunday morning.

High Winds are present in parts of New Mexico and Texas. 

Flood Warnings are present in parts of South Dakota, Nebraska, Minnesota, and along the Mississippi and tributaries. 

Dense Fog is present in parts of Michigan, Indiana, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. 

For further details, please visit https://www.weather.gov/ 

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