Travel & RV Weather Forecast Sunday 6 November

  • High winds today across the Northern Plains.
  • Travel across the Sierra Nevada (I-80) may be shut down by snow Monday and Tuesday.
  • Watching the tropics for a hybrid disturbance that may impact the East Coast of Florida and the Southeast by mid-week.
  • RV Travel in the West and Southwest gets easier after Thursday 9 November.

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— Western WA Olympic Mountains above 2000 feet: Winter Weather Advisories through this afternoon. Additional snowfall of 6-11 inches.

WA and OR Cascades: Winter Weather Advisories today above 2000 feet and Winter Storm Warnings above 4500 feet through this evening. Additional snow accumulations generally 6-14 inches. Winds gusting 45-65 mph. Highest winds in the OR Cascades. I-90 and I-5 (Siskiyou Summit) impacted.

— North-central and northeast WA: Winter Storm Warning through Monday morning. 7-15 inches snow below 3000 feet and 1-2 feet at higher elevations.

Northern CA: Winter Storm Warnings above 3000 feet midday today through early morning Monday. Snow accumulations up to 12 inches at higher elevations. A few inches 3000-4000 feet. I-5, US-101 impacted.

— Northern CA Central and Northern Sacramento Valley: Wind Advisory this afternoon through midnight tonight. Gusts to 40 mph. I-5 impacted.

CA Sierra Nevada: Winter Storm Warnings this afternoon through late Tuesday night. 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 and northeast NV: Winter Weather Advisories Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning. Snow accumulations 2-5 inches in the valley and 5-10 inches at higher elevations. Wind gusts to 35 mph. I-80, US-50 impacted.

CA Death Valley National Park; southern and east-central NV: High Wind Warnings (east-central NV) and Advisories this evening through Monday evening. Gusts 55-65 mph. Advisory area just to the north and west of I-15. US-50 impacted.

Southern CA Ventura and Los Angeles County Mountains above 6000 feet: Winter Storm Watch Monday evening through Wednesday morning. Accumulations up to 20 inches possible. Some snow possible on I-5/Grapevine.


East-central ID; southwest and south-central MT: Winter Storm Warnings (ID) and Watches (MT) late this afternoon through Tuesday morning. Accumulations will range from 3-5 inches in the valleys to 8-15 inches in the passes and at higher elevations. Wind gusts to 35 mph. I-15 impacted.

— UT Wasatch mountains south of I-80: Winter Storm Warnings continue through mid-morning. Up to 2 inches additional accumulation.

Western UT: High Wind Watch for Monday. Gusts to 70 mph possible. I-15, I-80 impacted.

South-central WY: High Wind Watch for Monday and Monday night. Gusts to 60 mph possible. I-80 impacted.

— North-central CO: Winter Weather Advisories continue through this morning. Up to 2 inches additional accumulation possible. Area is north of I-70.


ND and adjacent MT; central and northern SD; most of MN except the far-southern and northeastern parts of the state: High Wind Warnings (most of ND) and Advisories (elsewhere) through this evening. Gusts 45-65 mph, with strongest winds over the Dakotas. I-29, I-35, I-94 impacted.

— Southeast LA; coastal MS: Dense Fog Advisories this morning. I-10, I0-12, I-55, I-59 impacted.


FL; coastal GA and coastal SC: A tropical weather system is moving north out of the Caribbean towards the FL and southeast coastline. It will likely be a hybrid system — not really a tropical cyclone, but not a wintertime storm either, Expect winds to pick up along the FL east coast to near gale force by late Tuesday and heavy rains starting Wednesday. There may be some minor surge issues. Unless you are on the immediate shore-line you probably will not need to evacuate — but stay in touch with the forecasts and your local emergency management guidance over the next few days.

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