Travel & RV Weather Forecast Tuesday 15 November

  • Snow today for much of the Upper Midwest.
  • Snow, sleet and some freezing rain today through Wednesday along the Appalachians and into New England.
  • Santa Ana winds develop tonight and continue Wednesday across Southern California.
  • Cold front brings more snow to Montana and Northern Plains Wednesday night and Thursday.
  • Unusually cold air releases its grip on the Continental U.S. by the middle of next week.

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— South-central OR: Dense Fog Advisories this removing. US-395 impacted.

— Southern CA Coastal Mountains and Valleys from Santa Barbara to San Diego: High Wind Warnings and Advisories through Wednesday evening. Gusts 45-65 mph. I-5, I-8, I-10, I-15 impacted.

— Southeast CA and adjacent western AZ; far-southern NV: Wind Advisories today and Wednesday. Gusts to 50 mph. I-8, I-10, I-15 impacted.


— West-central and southwest MT: Winter Weather Advisories Wednesday evening through Thursday morning. Snow accumulations generally 1-3 inches. I-15, I-90 impacted.

— Northeast WY Black Hills and adjacent SD northern Black Hills: Winter Weather Advisory through midday today. Additional snow accumulations of 1-4 inches. I-90 impacted.


— MN Arrowhead: Winter Storm Warning through tonight for lake effect snow. Additional snow accumulation of 2-4 inches.

— Most of central and eastern IA; northern MO; northern and central IL: Winter Weather Advisories today. 1-3 inches of snow likely. I-29, I-35, I-39, I-55, I-57, I-70, I-72, I-74, I-80, I-88, I-90 impacted.


MI northeast Lower Peninsula: Winter Weather Advisory late this morning through early Wednesday morning for lake effect snow. 4-7 inches likely. I-75 impacted.

— Southwest MI and adjacent northwest IN along the Lake Michigan shoreline: Winter Storm Watch late tonight through Thursday morning for lake effect snow. 8 inches or more possible. I-80 / Indiana Toll Rd, I-94 impacted.

— Northeast OH; northwest PA along the shorelines of Lake Erie: Winter Storm Watches Wednesday evening through Thursday evening. 7 inches or more snow possible. I-90 impacted.

— Southwest NY including Buffalo: Winter Storm Watches Wednesday evening through Sunday evening. Feet of snow are likely in this long-duration lake effect snow event. I-90 / NY Thruway will be highly impacted.

— Northwest NC; southwest VA and adjacent southeast WV: Winter Weather Advisories today. Snow accumulation less than an inch and ice (freezing rain) less than a tenth of an inch. I-40, I-64, I-77, I-81 impacted.

— Northwest VA; eastern WV; western MD: Winter Weather Advisories through early tonight. Up to 2 inches of snow and a coating to one tenth of an inch of ice: I-64, I-68, I-81 impacted.

— Central, north-central and northeast PA; much of NY except lower Hudson Valley and western portions of the state; northwest CT; western and central MA; VT; most of NH except coastal region; western ME: Winter Weather Advisories this afternoon through Wednesday. Snow accumulations range from 1-3 inches in PA, southern NY and southern New England, to 2-4 inches in much of the rest of NY, to 3-5 inches over interior and northern New England. I-70, I-76, I-80, I-81, I-84, I-86, I-87, I-88, I-89, I-91, I-93, I-99, PA Turnpike, NY Thruway, Mass Pike impacted.

— Northern ME: Winter Storm Watch Wednesday morning through Thursday morning. 6-8 inches snow possible. I-95 impacted.

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