Travel & RV Weather Forecast a.m. Sunday 6 February

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  • Strong Santa Ana winds across much of southern California through Monday.
  • Coastal low pressure system brings rain to the mid-Atlantic and Northeast coasts on Monday; some snow for New England and adjacent New York Monday night and Tuesday.
  • Moderating temperatures over the East, although still cool for Texas. Warmth along the California and Oregon Coasts.

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Here’s the long-range travel & RV weather outlook (to be updated this evening)

— Southern CA Coastal Ranges and Valleys from Santa Barbara south and east to San Diego County: High Wind Warnings and Advisories through Monday afternoon. Gusts 50-60 mph. I-5, I-8, I-10, I-15, US-101 impacted.

— Much of northwest MT east of the Rocky Mountain Front; central and south-central MT: High Wind Warnings, Watches and Advisories Monday and Monday night. Gusts to 60 mph except gusts to 80 mph along the Rocky Mountain Front. I-15, I-90 (Livingston area) impacted.

— Portions of central and west-central AZ: Wind Advisories midday today and tonight. Gusts. To 45 mph. I-17, I-40 impacted.

— Far-south TX: Rain and rain-showers tonight and Monday morning. No advisories expected.

— FL Keys: Dense Fog Advisory through late this morning.

— Northern FL, southern GA, southern and eastern SC: Some rain and rain showers today. No advisories expected.

— NC, eastern VA, DELMARVA Peninsula, NJ, southern NY, southern New England: Rain spreads northwards through this region Monday. Most of the rain will be along and to the east of I-95. No advisories expected.

— Southern and far-eastern NY; VT; NH; ME: Mixed Precipitation and snow Monday night and Tuesday. Less than 2 inches of snow for NY and VT but up to 6 inches or more snow for ME by Tuesday. Expect Winter Weather Advisories to be issued tonight or Monday.

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