Weather overview a.m. Sunday 10 October 2021

Three separate weather events will impact RV’ers across the country:

— Potentially significant severe weather event develops across the Southern Plains late this afternoon into the overnight.
— Major Pacific storm system will bring high winds and heavy mountain snows to the Intermountain West and Northern and Central Rockies.
— Coastal flooding from VA north to Long Island will impact anyone camping along the Atlantic Ocean

— Portions of Central WA and south-central WA and north-central OR: Wind Advisories today. Gusts to 45 mph. I-84, I-90 impacted.

— Much of CA west of the Sierras from the Sacramento Valley southward, including central CA, the southeastern deserts and much of southern CA: High Wind Warnings, Wind Advisories and High Wind Watches starting tonight and continuing through Tuesday morning. Wind gusts 45-65 mph. I-5, I-8, I-10, I-15, I-40, I-80, US-101 and CA-58 all impacted.

— Northeast NV: Winter Weather Advisory tonight and Monday morning for up to 4 inches snow.

— Southern NV: High Wind Warnings and Wind Advisories Monday and Monday night. Gusts 55-65 mph. I-15 impacted.

— Northern AZ: Wind Advisories Monday and Monday night. Gusts to 55 mph. I-17, I-40 impacted.

— East-central ID, southwest and south-central MT, most of WY: Winter Storm Warnings, Watches and Advisories for early Monday through Tuesday night. Lower elevations will see 4-8 inches snow and 8-24 inches in higher terrain and mountain passes. I-15, I-25, I-80, I-90 impacted. RV’ers in and around Yellowstone and Grand Teton Parks should be prepared for winter camping and towing.

— Southeast NM, southwest TX: Wind Advisories today and this evening. Gusts to 45 mph. I-10, I-20 impacted.

— Central and eastern OK, northeast TX, western AR, southwest MO: Prepare for severe weather late this afternoon and tonight. Severe storms capable of large to very large hail, a few strong tornadoes and damaging wind are expected. I-20, I-30, I-35, I-40, I-44 potentially impacted.

— Coastal VA including the southern Chesapeake Bay coast, coastal MD, DE, NJ and Long Island: Expect tides running up to 2 feet above ground level today. Be extremely cautious if you plan to camp or boondocks on or near any mid-Atlantic beach.

— NC Coast and Tidewater VA: A disturbance meandering east of the NC Coast has a 60% chance of becoming a tropical storm today or Sunday. Regardless of its classification, expect squally rain showers and gusty winds today and tonight.

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