Three things to know about weather for RVers and travelers Friday 10 November

  • Isolated thunderstorms and locally heavy rain are expected along the Texas coast through Saturday.
  • A series of Pacific storms will bring rain and high elevation snow to the Northwest into the weekend.
  • High winds tomorrow and tomorrow night for Montana and Wyoming.

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From the RV Weather Winter Office in State College PA:

These are the most significant weather impacts to RV travel over the next two to three days. I do not list every area of rain, showers, or breezy winds. It would be exhausting (for both of us!). Please check out the animations and graphics for a good depiction of the weather along your route.


Northwest WA Olympic Peninsula: Wind Advisory this afternoon through tonight. Gusts to 55 mph. US-101 impacted.

— Northwest WA Mason County: Flood Watch later today through Sunday morning. Heavy rain expected in the Olympic Mountains with snow levels at 5000 feet. Rainfall totals of 2 to 3 or more inches possible, that may create flood conditions along the Skokomish River.

Northwest WA northeast Puget Sound coastal areas. Wind Advisory this afternoon through tonight. Gusts to 55 mph. I-5 impacted.

North-central WA northern Cascades: Winter Storm Warnings and Watches this evening through Saturday evening. Snow levels 4500 feet. 1-2 feet of snow and wind gusts to 45 mph. US-2, WA-20, Washington Pass impacted.

— Much of coastal WA; northern coastal OR: Strong winds tonight into early Saturday morning. Wind gusts 35-45 mph. I-5, US-101 impacted.

— Much of central and eastern WA; northern ID: Wind Advisories Saturday into Saturday evening. Gusts to 45 mph. I-82, I-90, US-2, US-395 impacted.

— North-central OR: Strong winds mid-morning through mid-afternoon Saturday. Gusts to 45 mph. I-84; US-20, US-26, US-97 impacted.


Northwest, north-central and central MT: Rocky Mountain Front: High Wind Warnings early Saturday into late Saturday night. Wind gusts 60-65 mph except near 80 mph along the Rocky Mountain Front. I-15, US-2, US-87 impacted.

— South-central MT; parts of northwest and central WY: Strong winds late Saturday morning through Saturday afternoon. Wind gusts 35-45 mph. I-90; US-20, US-26, US-89 impacted.

Southeast WY: High Wind Watches Saturday and Saturday night. Wind gusts to 65 mph. I-25, I-80 impacted.

— Central NM: Light snow mixed with rain continues this morning. Little impact to I-25 or I-40; up to an inch of accumulation at higher elevations.


— Parts of eastern NE: Strong winds mid-morning through mid-afternoon. Gusts 30-35 mph. I-80 impacted.

TX Gulf Coast: Rain, sometimes moderate to heavy, today through Saturday afternoon. Heaviest rain likely south of Corpus Christi with the possibility of some localized flash flooding. I-37, I-69E, US-77 impacted.


— Northern NY Adirondacks; northern VT and NH: Some light snow this evening and early tonight. Minimal impacts to I-89, I-91, I-93.

— Eastern KY; southwest, western and parts of northern VA; eastern WV: Some rain today through mid-afternoon. Heaviest rain over eastern WV. Generally minor impacts. I-75, I-81, I-95, US-219 impacted.

— FL Panhandle; adjacent southeast AL and southwest GA: Dense Fog Advisories through mid-morning. I-10 impacted.

Overall weather impacts to RV travel Saturday afternoon 11 November. Impacts range from Marginal (level 1) to Critical (level 5).
Severe thunderstorm risk today and tonight.
Severe thunderstorm risk tomorrow and tomorrow night.
Total rainfall amounts for the next three days
Total snowfall amounts for the next three days
Freezing rain (ice) accumulations for the next three days

Current Severe Thunderstorm and Tornado Watches from the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center

Two-day tropical weather outlook from the National Hurricane Center

Tornado safety information for RVers (what to do!):

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Phone numbers and websites for road conditions in all 50 states. Courtesy of the Cheyenne WY Weather Forecast Office

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