- Early season snowstorm is underway across portions of the Pacific Northwest through the northern Plains.
- Flash flooding possible across the southern Plains from multiple rounds of heavy showers and thunderstorms.
- Severe thunderstorms possible today across parts of the southern and central Plains into the mid-Missouri Valley.
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From the RV Weather Mobile Command Center in Jackson Center Ohio:
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 and OR Cascades: Winter Storm Warnings (northern WA Cascades) and Advisories continue through this evening above 3000 feet. Additional accumulations at 3000 feet will range from 1-4 inches. Additional accumulations at 5000 feet will range from 4-10 inches. I-90 impacted.
— North-central and northeast WA; northern ID: Winter Weather Advisories continue today and through early tonight. Additional accumulations generally 3 inches or less. I-90, US-2, US-97 impacted.
— South-central WA and north-central OR: Freeze Warnings late tonight through Thursday morning. Low temperatures in the upper 20’s.
— Northeast NV: Winter Weather Advisory late this afternoon through Thursday morning for northern Elko County. 4-10 inches of snow below 9000 feet. Wind gusts to 45 mph. US-93 impacted.
— Northern and northwest NV: Strong winds today. Gusts 30-40 mph. I-80, US-50, US-93, US-95 impacted.
— Northwest CA Humbolt and Mendocino Counties: Freeze Watch late tonight and Thursday morning. Low temperatures in the mid to upper 20’s deg F.
— Central ID; most of MT: A combination of Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories continue through Thursday evening. Snow levels in ID and MT mostly 3000 feet. Additional snow accumulations of 4-7 inches in the valleys and on the plains; 8-15 inches in the mountains. Wind gusts to 40 mph. I-15, I-90, I-94, US-2, US-12, US-87, US-89, US-191 impacted.
— Northwest WY: Winter Storm Warnings through Thursday evening. 6-10 inches above 7000 feet and 10-20 inches above 8000 feet. Wind gusts to 50 mph. US-26, US-89 impacted.
— South-central WY: High Wind Watch Thursday afternoon and Thursday evening. Gusts to 60 mph. I-80 impacted.
— Southern WY; eastern UT; western and central CO: Strong winds Thursday: Gusts 30-40 mph. I-70, I-80 impacted.
— Southeast ID; WY Big Horn, Wind River, Salt River and Wyoming Ranges: Winter Weather Advisories through Thursday evening. Snow accumulations generally 6-10 inches above 8000 feet. Wind gusts to 40 mph. US-26, US-30 impacted.
— North-central and northeast UT: Winter Weather Advisory for the Wasatch Mountains from midnight tonight through Thursday afternoon. Expect 5-10 inches of snow. I-80 impacted.
— Western and central UT: Strong winds tonight. Gusts 30-40 mph. I-15, I-80 impacted.
— North-central UT including the Salt Lake Valley: Freeze Watch Thursday night and Friday morning. Low temperatures in the mid to upper 20’s deg F.
— ND except southeast portion of state: A combination of Winter Storm Warnings, Watches and Advisories Winter Storm Watch through early Friday morning. 6-12 inches snow accumulation will be common. Some freezing drizzle may mix in central and southern portions. I-94 impacted.
— West-central SD including the greater Rapid City area: Wind Advisory tonight. Gusts to 50 mph. I-90 impacted.
— Southeast NE; southwest IA; north-central and northeast KS; northwest MO: Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms possible today. Hail and damaging winds are the primary hazards. I-29, I-35, I-80 potentially impacted.
— East-central KS South Lyon County: FLASH FLOOD WARNING through mid-morning. 3-9 inches of rain have fallen overnight. Flash flooding is occurring or imminent. I-35 potentially impacted.
— South-central OK; central and north-central TX: Flood Watches continue through Thursday afternoon. 2-4 inches of rainfall, with isolated areas seeing 5 or more inches. I-10, I-20, I-35, I-40 potentially impacted.
— Central TX; south-central OK: Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms possible today. Hail and damaging winds are the primary hazards. A tornado or two cannot be ruled out. Storms should stay just west of I-35 south of the Dallas Ft. Worth area. I-10, I-20, I-35, I-40 potentially impacted.
— Northwest ME, along the Canadian Border: Strong winds this afternoon. Wind gusts 30-35 mph.
— Eastern NC; north-central SC: Dense Fog possible Thursday morning. I-20, I-40, I-95 impacted.
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