Travel Weather overview a.m. Tuesday 2 November

  • Snow for the high passes on I-70 in Colorado today.
  • Early season Lake Effect rain and snow continues over Michigan and New York today.
  • Heavy rains create a marginal chance of flash flooding over parts of central and northeast Texas on Wednesday.
  • Rain and some strong winds move onto the West Coast Wednesday evening.

For more information, check out the latest weather animations.

— South WA coast, most of coastal OR: High Wind Watch late Wednesday night through Thursday morning. Gusts to 60 mph. US-101 impacted.

— West-central OR: Dense Fog Advisory through mid-morning. I-5, US-101 impacted.

— South-central OR, northeast CA: High Wind Watch late Wednesday night through Thursday morning. Gusts to 60 mph.

— Northwest MT: Winter Weather Advisory through midday. Light freezing rain will glaze untreated surfaces. I-90 potentially impacted.

— South-central WY, north-central CO: Winter Weather Advisories through Wednesday morning. 5-12 inches snow possible, especially above 8500 feet. I-70 west of Denver impacted. I-80 in WY on northern edge of Advisory region.

— Northeast and central TX: Heavy rains on Wednesday. 1-2 inches expected, creating a marginal chance of flash flooding. I-35, I-40, I-45 potentially impacted.

— Southeast WY and southwest NE Panhandle: Dense Fog Advisory through midday. I-80 impacted.

— MI Upper Peninsula snow belts, northern Lower MI: Winter Weather Advisories for Lake Effect snow through this afternoon. Additional accumulations 2-4 inches. Little if any accumulation on the immediate lakeshores. I-75 impacted.

— Western NY snow belts: Lake Effect rain/snow mix downwind of Lake Ontario today. A couple inches accumulation possible away from the immediate lakeshore. No advisories issued.

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