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Top Weather Stories for Monday, November 6, 2017

6 Nov 2017, 7:20 am

Here is a look at some of the top weather stories we are covering today on-air and online at WeatherNation.

A Look Back at the Severe Weather from Sunday

The severe weather threat is done for the Ohio Valley, but take a look at all the storm reports from the past 24 hours.  Storm survey crews will be out in full force today to determine the official strength of the tornado and wind damage.

Very Cold for the Northern Plains Monday and Tuesday

Very cold temperatures are in the forecast for the High and Northern Plains.  Montana will likely be the coldest with afternoon highs ranging from 15° to 35° below normal.

Snow Chances for the Central Rockies Tuesday Morning

Energy moving into the Central Rockies will bring the chance for some scattered snow showers.  Parts of Colorado and Nebraska could see some accumulation, but snowfall totals will be relatively low.

Tropical Depression Nineteen

Tropical depression nineteen has formed in the Atlantic.  It’s current forecast track has it moving north and not impacting land.

Keep checking WeatherNation for the very latest on all these stories today.

 

Meteorologist Patrick Crawford

 

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