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Old 02-16-2012, 02:49 PM
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Default Thursday, February 16, 2012

Homeland Security Threat Level: YELLOW (ELEVATED)

Significant National Weather:

A weak system will impact the Pacific Northwest today, producing scattered rain and higher elevation snow. Farther south, an upper level disturbance will move from the Central Great Basin into the Southwest, producing rain and mountain snow from southeastern California through New Mexico. Santa Ana winds are expected to continue across Southern California behind the storm with some gusts above 60 mph.
An upper-level low will produce showers and thunderstorms over parts of the Southern Rockies and southern high Plains this evening into tomorrow morning. Elsewhere, precipitation over the Middle Mississippi Valley will move east towards the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley by tonight.
Showers and thunderstorms are forecast across much of the region today, including a slight risk of severe thunderstorms along portions of the Central and Western Gulf Coast.
A front moving out of the Great Lakes region will bring rain and snow to much of the Northeast. Look for precipitation to reach the New England coastline by this afternoon and evening, along with scattered showers farther south across the Central Appalachians and Mid-Atlantic.

Space Weather:

No space weather storms have occurred in the past 24 hours and none are predicted for the next 24 hours. Tropical Weather Outlook

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