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Top Weather Stories for October 9, 2017

9 Oct 2017, 7:11 am

Nate has moved through a large portion of the eastern United States. Even though Nate is no longer a tropical system, what is left of Nate will continue to bring heavy rain and strong winds to the Northeast. We also have a lot to talk about with snow in the Central Rockies and severe t’storm chances in Oklahoma and Kansas. Here is the very latest.

EXTRATROPICAL NATE

Nate is no longer a tropical system…but…Nate is still an area of low pressure and is going to generate some heavy rain and strong winds for the Northeast Monday and Tuesday. Gusty winds and rainfall totals of 1-3 inches will be likely from Pennsylvania up into Maine.

For more on this story click here–> Northeast Rain

SEVERE WEATHER CHANCES FOR NE OKLAHOMA AND SE KANSAS.

A trough of low pressure will moving through the Four Corners will evolve into a mid-level low pressure system and bring the chance for showers and storms to eastern Oklahoma and southeast Kansas. A Slight risk of severe weather will be possible for this region with the threat of large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes.  The timing of these storms will be during the afternoon hours when the atmosphere is most unstable.

For more on this story click here –> Severe Weather

 

STRONG WINDS FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND SOUTHERN NEVADA

Windy weather will be the weather story in southern California and southern Nevada for Monday.  Wind advisories and high wind warnings are in effect for this region through Monday afternoon.

These strong winds will also lead to Red Flag Warnings through northern and southern California until Monday afternoon.

Plus…Snow in Colorado!

 

Meteorologist Patrick Crawford

 

 

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