Travel & RV Weather Forecast Thursday 2 February

  • Freezing rain ends this morning across Texas, Arkansas and western Tennessee.
  • Strong winds and snow for Siskiyou Pass late tonight and Friday.
  • Brief but intense shot of Arctic cold for New York and New England Friday and Saturday. Dangerously low wind chills.

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— WA Central Cascades: Snow Friday afternoon and night. 3-6 inches at Pass level. I-90 impacted.

South-central and southwest OR; northwest CA and CA Siskiyou Pass: Wind Advisories this afternoon through Friday. Gusts 45-55 mph. Strongest winds through the Siskiyou Pass. I-5, US-101, US-395 impacted.

— Northwest CA Trinity County above 3500 feet: Winter Weather Advisory late Thursday night and Friday. Up to 5 inches snow.

CA Siskiyou Pass: Snow late Thursday night through midday Friday 3-6 inches accumulation at Pass level. I-5 impacted.


Northwest MT along and east of the Rocky Mountain Front: High Wind Watch late Friday night through Saturday afternoon. Gusts to 65 mph except gusts to 80 mph along the immediate Front. I-15 impacted.

South-central MT Beartooth and Livingston Area: Wind Advisory through Saturday afternoon. Gusts 55-65 mph. I-90 impacted.

Southeast WY: High Wind Warning this evening through Friday afternoon. Gusts to 65 mph. I-25, I-80 impacted.

— Southeast NM: Winter Weather Advisory through mid-morning. Light snow and freezing rain. An additional dusting of snow and/or glaze of ice possible. US-180, Carlsbad and the Guadalupe Mountains impacted.


— Northeast MN including the Arrowhead: Wind Chill Warning today. Wind Chill values as low as -50 deg F. I-35 impacted.

Most of TX along and west of I-35, along and north of I-10 except the Panhandle; central and eastern OK; AR; northern LA; northwest and north-central MS; western TN: ICE STORM Warnings, Winter Storm Warnings and Advisories continue through this morning. Up to 1/4 inch additional ice accumulation. Roads may not clear until Friday. I-10, I-20, I-30, I-35, I-40, I-44, I-45 impacted.

Northeast and east-central TX; southwest AR; north-central and northwest LA: Flash Flood Watch through this afternoon. Additional rainfall amounts of 1-2 inches possible. I-20, I-30, I-49 impacted.


— Eastern MI Upper Peninsula: Winter Weather Advisory through midday Friday. 4-10 inches lake affect snow. Wind gusts to 40 mph. US-41 impacted.

— Northern FL: Dense Fog Advisories this morning. I-10, I-75, I-95 impacted.

Central, northern and eastern NY north of I-84; northern CT; RI; MA; VT; NH; ME: Wind Chill Warnings Friday and Saturday. Expect widespread Wind chill values between -40 and -50 deg F. All upstate NY roads north of I-84 and east of I-81 and all New England Highways impacted.

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