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Multiple, Impactful Rounds of Rain & Snow in the PNW

The Pacific Northwest is locked into a wet pattern, with multiple fronts moving ashore. These are tapping into rich Pacific Moisture, prompting multiple rain and snow showers. We have multiple rounds of coastal rain and heavy mountain snow through the weekend. Related Article - Sierra Snowpack Above Average, More on the Way Thursday AM -…

7 Dec 2022, 9:10 pm

Avalanche Warnings & Snow in Colorado Rockies

The Rockies have benefited from early doses of seasonal snowfall, and more is on the way! This snowpack is crucial not only for winter recreation like snowmobiling or skiing but also for the water resources that are continually called upon. Avalanche Threat Due to the recent snow events avalanches are possible in the Rockies. Avalanche…

7 Dec 2022, 9:00 pm

Sierra Snowpack Above Average - More on the Way

Over the past week, portions of California have seen beneficial rain and snow and as a result, the Sierra Snowpack is currently sitting at 175% above average for the state! At this time last year, snowpack was only 15% of average. What a difference a year makes! More snow is on the way through multiple…

7 Dec 2022, 8:45 pm

Southern Severe Threat Returns Monday & Tuesday

As we look ahead to next week there is already an outlook from the Storm Prediction Center of severe weather on both Monday and Tuesday in the Deep South due to a strong upper low moving through in conjunction with a cold front (ABOVE). When outlooks are issued this far in advance it is an…

7 Dec 2022, 8:40 pm

Ice, Snow & Rain All Possible for the Midwest Starting Thursday

A ridge of high pressure steers the next weather maker from Texas into the Midwest and Great Lakes region by the end of the week. This next wave of energy will be bringing rain, snow, and the potential for ice through the Midwest and Central Plains starting Thursday. Temperatures will warm slightly as the storm…

7 Dec 2022, 6:43 pm

Needed Rain Arrives in Oklahoma & the Red River Valley Tonight

The potential for slow-moving training showers and storms will be possible along a stalled frontal boundary and cold front overnight, leading to a low-end risk of flash flooding for the southern Plains and Mid-South. With the excessive rain threat, we are concerned about flooding and low visibility on the roadways. Scattered showers and storms will…

7 Dec 2022, 4:42 pm

Warm Weather for the South this Week

A ridge of high pressure in the upper levels of the atmosphere will build into the southeast over the coming days, allowing temperatures at the surface to soar to near record-breaking numbers. Temperatures across the southeast Wednesday were nearly 20 degrees above average, and a number of spots warmed to new record highs! Some of…

6 Dec 2022, 9:00 pm

Heavy Rain And Localized Flooding In The Desert Southwest

A dry stretch of weather that has featured Tucson, Arizona going more than 50 days without measurable rain has come to an end. The city in southeast Arizona is part of an area in the Desert Southwest that has been receiving welcome rainfall. In fact, Saturday, a the daily record for rainfall was broken in…

4 Dec 2022, 3:05 pm

Tornado Outbreak Recap

Strong thunderstorms moved through the Deep South Tuesday morning and continued through Wednesday in the early morning hours. Unfortunately, these tornadoes turned deadly into the overnight hours through Wednesday. The Storm Prediction Center had issued a MODERATE risk for severe thunderstorms on Tuesday. This was a level four out of five severe weather threat. After…

30 Nov 2022, 4:50 pm