- Widely scattered showers in the eastern Great Lakes, Appalachians, and Northeast are possible today and Monday.
- Rain and wind move into the Pacific Northwest late tonight and Monday.
- High winds likely for Glacier NP and the Rocky Mountain Front late Monday night and Tuesday.
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From the RV Weather Mobile Command Center in Farnam Nebraska:
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.
— WA; OR; northwest CA: Rain moves into the Pacific Northwest Monday. I-5, I-82, I-84, I-90 impacted.
— Western WA; much of OR: Strong winds Monday late morning through Monday night. Gusts 30-40 mph except higher in the OR Cascades. I-5, I-82, I-84, I-90, US-101, US-395 impacted.
— CA Central Coast north of San Francisco Bay Area and Monterey Bay Area: Dense Fog Advisories this morning. US-101, CA-1 impacted.
— Northwest MT including Glacier NP and the Rocky Mountain Front: High Wind Watch late Monday night and Tuesday. Gusts to 70 mph. I-15, US-2, US-89 potentially impacted.
— Southwest ND; northwest SD: Dense Fog Advisories this morning. I-94 impacted.
— Northwest NE: Dense Fog Advisory through mid-morning. I-80 impacted.
— No significant weather impacts to RV travel expected today or Monday.
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