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Persistent Heavy Rain in the Pacific Northwest; Heavy Lake Effect Snow

The soggy Pacific Northwest will receive additional heavy rain that could cause flooding and isolated landslides. Areas of snow will be possible from the Great Lakes to the Northeast and into the Mid-Atlantic as a storm that originated in Canada moves eastward. Heavy snow may develop downwind of Lake Erie. Gusty winds will produce elevated fire weather threats in southern California. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Nov. 28, 2021 at 1:11:33 am CST

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There are no watches, warnings, or advisories at this time.

A cold front will arrive after midnight, ending our rain event and ushering in cooler air. Patchy fog will be possible before the front arrives.
Clouds will clear out early Sunday, but steady north winds will cap temperatures in the 60s.
Sunny, rain-free weather will prevail throughout the week, with low humidity. Breezy winds will return on Friday in advance of the next cold front.

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