Travel & RV Weather Forecast Monday 7 November


  • Travel across the Sierra Nevada (I-80) may be shut down by heavy snow tonight and Tuesday.
  • Sub-tropical Storm Nichole will impact the East Coast of Florida and the Southeast starting Tuesday.
  • RV Travel in the West and Southwest gets easier after Thursday 9 November.

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Pacific:

— Western WA Olympic Mountains above 2000 feet: Winter Weather Advisories through this afternoon. Additional snowfall of 1-8 inches.

— North-central and northeast WA: Winter Storm Warnings continue through midmorning. Additional accumulations of 3-8 inches. Gusts to 45 mph.

— Central and northern coastal OR above 1500 feet and OR Cascades: Winter Weather Advisories this morning. 2-4 inches snow expected. US-101 impacted.

— Northern CA above 3000 feet: Winter Storm Warnings through early Wednesday morning. Snow accumulations 7-20 inches. I-5 impacted.

— CA Sierra Nevada: Winter Storm Warnings this evening through early Wednesday morning. Total snow accumulations generally 1-2 feet and 2-4 feet above 7000 feet. Wind gusts 35-50 mph, except much higher on the Sierra ridge lines. I-80, US-50, US-395 impacted.

— Central, east-central and northeast NV: Winter Storm Watches and Advisories this afternoon through Tuesday morning. 2-5 inches snow in the valleys and 5-10 inches at higher elevations. I-80, US-50 impacted.

— Western NV along the CA border from Reno southward; CA Death Valley; southern, southeast and east-central NV: High Wind Warnings (east-central NV) and Wind Advisories continue through late this evening. Gusts to 50 mph, except gusts to 65 mph over east-central NV. I-80, US-50, US-395 impacted.

— Southern CA Ventura and Los Angeles County Mountains: Winter Storm Watch late tonight through Wednesday morning. Accumulations up to 20 inches and gusts to 75 mph possible. Snow levels starting at 7000 feet but falling to 4000 feet. Some snow possible on I-5/Grapevine.

— Southern CA Mountains in and around Los Angeles County: Flood Watch this evening through Tuesday evening. I-5, I-10 impacted.

— Southern CA Inland Orange County, Santa Ana and San Bernardino county Mountains: Flash Flood Watch late tonight through Tuesday evening. I-5, US-101 impacted.

— Southern CA Apple and Lucerne Valleys: High Wind Watch Tuesday. Gusts to 60 mph. I-15 impacted.

Mountain:

— North-central and northeast ID; most of western and central MT: Winter Weather Advisories today. Snow accumulations generally 1-4 inches. I-15, I-90 impacted.

— South-central MT; western WY and Wind River Range; central and east-central ID: Winter Storm Warnings and Watches tonight through Tuesday. Snow accumulations generally 6-18 inches. Wind gusts 40-60 mph, highest over Wind River Range. I-15, Teton, Togwotee Passes impacted.

— Portions of northeast, central and south-central WY: High Wind Warnings today. Gusts to 60 mph. I-25, I-80 impacted.

— UT along and east of I-15: Winter Storm Watches late Monday night through Thursday for the Wasatch Mountains and Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday elsewhere. 1-2 feet of snow expected at higher elevations. I-15, I-70, I-80 impacted.

— Western UT along and west of I-15: High Wind Warnings late this morning through this evening. Gusts to 65 mph. I-15, I-80 impacted.

— Northwest CO: Wind Advisory today. Gusts to 50 mph.

Central:

— West-central and southwest ND; western SD: Wind Advisories today. Gusts to 55 mph. I-90, I-94 impacted.

— Northwest NE: High Wind Warning today and this evening. Gusts to 70 mph.

— Eastern TX including the Dallas Ft Worth region; southern, central and northeast AR; western TN; MS; LA: Dense Fog Advisories through this morning. Major highways impacted include I-10, I-12, I-20, I-30, I-40, I-49, I-55, I-59.

Eastern:

— Much of central and northern GA; upstate SC; much of NC: Dense Fog Advisories this morning. I-16, I-20, I-26, I-40, I-74, I-75, I-77, I-85, I-95 impacted.

— Central and southern GA coast; most of the east coast of FL: Coastal Flood Watch late tonight through Friday. Storm surge and high waves associated with sub-tropical storm Nicole may produce beach and coastal flooding. Pay close attention to water levels if you are camping on or near the beach, or on a waterway directly connected to the ocean. Please follow the guidance of your local emergency management officials.

— FL; coastal GA and coastal SC: Sub-tropical storm Nicole is moving north out of the Caribbean towards the FL and southeast coastline. It is a large, hybrid system, although it may become a more classic tropical storm in a couple of days. Expect winds to pick up along the FL east coast and GA and SC coastlines to near gale force by late Tuesday and heavy rains starting Wednesday. This system is still developing. It is possible some evacuations along the immediate coast and along the central FL Atlantic coast will be required by mid-week. Please monitor the National Hurricane Center forecasts and follow any directions from your local emergency management officials.


Severe Weather and Tropical Watches and Warnings

— See https://rvweather.com/warnings-watches-and-advisories/#NHC_Hurricane_Advisory for the latest Tropical Cyclone WARNINGS and information.

— See https://rvweather.com/warnings-watches-and-advisories/#SPC_Tornado_Watch for the latest Tornado and Severe Thunderstorm WATCHES

— See https://rvweather.com/warnings-watches-and-advisories/#NWS_Tornado_Warning for the latest Tornado, Severe Thunderstorm, and Flash Flood WARNINGS.



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