- Storm in the Gulf brings coastal flooding, strong winds and rain to the northern Gulf Coast this afternoon through Wednesday night.
- Heavy rain and strong winds for southern Florida starting Wednesday afternoon.
- Unsettled weather for central and southern California starting tonight with rain, showers, and strong winds over the Grapevine.
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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.
— East-central WA: Dense Fog Advisory through mid-morning. I-90 impacted.
— Central and southern CA: Rain and showers move inland from the ocean Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night. Heaviest rain on the coast between San Francisco and San Diego. I-5, US-101 impacted.
— Southern CA Santa Barbara and Ventura County mountains; Grapevine: Wind Advisories midnight tonight through midnight Wednesday. Wind gusts 45-55 mph. Winds will blow from the south, so strong tailwinds (northbound traffic) and headwinds (southbound traffic) on I-5. I-5, US-101 impacted.
— Northwest MT West Glacier region Wednesday and Wednesday night. 1-3 inches below 3500 feet; 3-6 inches above 4000 feet; and 10 inches or move above 6000 feet. US-2 impacted.
— Northeast ID and western MT: Snow Wednesday afternoon into early Wednesday night. Several inches accumulation possible. Lookout Pass impacted. I-90 impacted.
— Western and south-central MT; portions of WY to include the Wind River and Big Horn ranges, and much of east-central and southeast WY: Strong winds Wednesday afternoon through late Wednesday night in the usually windy locations to include the Rocky Mountain Front, Livingston area, Wind River and Big Horn Ranger, and north and west of Cheyenne. Wind gusts periodically 30-45 mph, increasing to 50-60 mph over WY Wednesday night. I-15, I-25, I-80, I-90 impacted.
— Far-eastern SD; eastern NE; northern and central IA; southern and eastern MN; northern and northwest WI: Strong winds mid-morning through mid-afternoon. Wind gusts 30-40 mph. I-29, I-35, I-39, I-80, I-90, I-94 impacted.
— Southeast LA and coastal MS: Coastal Flood Warning this evening through late Wednesday night. Significant coastal flooding possible. Be alert and follow the directions of emergency management if you are camping near the coast in this region. US-90 potentially impacted.
— Southeast LA; coastal MS, AL and coastal FL Panhandle: Wind Advisories this evening through Wednesday night. Gusts to 45 mph. I-10 (Pensacola), US-90, US-98 impacted.
— Southern LA and southern MS; southwest AL; western FL Panhandle: Bands of rain and showers, some heavy, moving onshore from the Gulf this afternoon and tonight. I-10, I-12, I-49, I-55, I-59, I-65, US-90 impacted.
— MI Upper Peninsula; northern Lower Peninsula: Another round of strong winds move across MI from west to east today, starting mid-morning. Gusts 30-35 mph. I-75, US-2, US-41 impacted.
— Central and southern FL Peninsula Atlantic coast: Flood Watches Wednesday afternoon through Thursday afternoon. Strong coastal winds and heavy rain. Wind gusts along the coast 30-35 mph. General accumulations of 1-3 inches of rain with some areas receiving 6 inches. Heaviest rains likely over south FL. I-75, I-95, FL Turnpike impacted.
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