Travel & RV Weather Forecast Sunday 30 October

  • Heavy rainfall, strong winds and mountain snows move into the Pacific Northwest today.
  • Snow spreads into the California Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains starting late Tuesday.
  • Some rain for parts of the eastern U.S. today and Monday.

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— WA Northern Cascades: Snow today and Sunday above 5000 feet. Most snow will be above pass level and should not significantly impact RV travel.

Western WA: Heavy rains today and Sunday on the windward sides of the Olympic and Cascade Ranges. 4-8 inches of rain possible. I-5, I-90 impacted.

— WA: Strong winds Monday over much of the state. Winds will be highest over the Cascade ridge lines. Gusts 30-40 mph except 45-55 mph over the higher elevations of the Cascades. I-5, I-90 impacted.


Northwest MT Rocky Mountain Front, foothills, and Cascade County below 5000 feet: High Wind Warnings through early Monday morning. Gusts 60-75 mph. I-15 impacted.

South-central MT Beartooth Foothills and Livingston Area: Wind Advisory this evening through Tuesday morning. Gusts to 60 mph. I-90 impacted between Livingston and Big Timber.


— No significant impacts to RV travel today or Moday


— Southeast MI and adjacent northwest OH: Dense Fog Advisories this morning. I-69, I-75, I-80/90/Ohio Turnpike, I-94 impacted.

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