Travel & RV Weather Forecast Tuesday 26 April

  • A few strong to severe thunderstorms in parts of southeastern Virginia and the Carolinas are possible late this afternoon and evening, with isolated damaging winds and some hail.
  • Gusty winds return to western Kansas into the Oklahoma and Texas Panhandles.
  • Unseasonably cold weather for late April spreads from the Great Lakes into the Northeast; wet snow possible for New York and northern Maine Wednesday night.
  • Some snow tonight for the Washington Cascades and higher elevations of Idaho.

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For detailed weather information or routing recommendations, please submit an RV Weather SureRouteTM Request. Your local forecasts are always available here. Below are some highlights of significant weather, grouped by time zone:


— WA and northern OR Cascades, central ID high elevations: A few inches of wet snow tonight. Advisories possible. I-90 marginally impacted.


— No significant weather impacts to RV Travel today or Wednesday.


— Parts of eastern ND; northwest MN: Flood Warnings today. Several streams and small rivers above flood stage due to heavy rain and rising waters.


— Western NY; extreme northwest PA; northern ME: Some wet snow possible Wednesday evening and Wednesday night. A couple of inches accumulation in ME. Advisories possible for northern ME. I-90 / NY Thruway marginally impacted.

Severe Weather Watches and Warnings:

— See for the latest Tornado and Severe Thunderstorm WATCHES

— See for the latest Tornado, Severe Thunderstorm, and Flash Flood WARNINGS.

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