Short range weather overview a.m. Tuesday 18 May 2021

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Heavy, persistent rainshowers and thunderstorms will continue across eastern TX, eastern OK, AR and LA through Thursday. The most significant risk will be flash flooding. Some snow for the Northern Rockies starting Wednesday afternoon and continuing through Friday. Much warmer than average across the northern part of the country from the Rockies to New England.

— CA Central and southern Coasts and inland west of I-5: Wind Advisories this evening through Thursday morning. Gusts to 50 mph. US-101 impacted.

— Southern CA northwest and north of Los Angeles: High Wind Warnings (Santa Barbara County) and Wind Advisories this afternoon through Thursday morning. Gusts 50-60 mph. I-5, I-10, CA-58, US-101 impacted.

— Northwest MT along the Rocky Mountain Front above 4000 feet. Winter Storm Watches Wednesday evening through Friday afternoon. 6-14 inches snow possible. I-15 potentially impacted.

— Southeast WY: Dense Fog Advisory through midmorning. I-25, I-80 impacted.

— Southern CO Rocky Mountains: A few inches of high-elevation snows today. Warnings not expected.

— Western TX Panhandle: Dense Fog Advisory through midmorning. I-40 impacted.

— Central and Eastern TX, southern OK, central and southwest AR, most of LA: Flash Flood Watches through Thursday morning. I-10, I-12, I-20, I-30, I-35, I-40, I-45, I-49 potentially impacted.

— Central and northeast TX: Slight risk of severe thunderstorms this afternoon and evening. Large hail and damaging wind gusts will be the primary threats. I-10, I-20, I-30, I-35, I-45 potentially impacted.

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