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Weather Wed Feb 7 2024 Dry and mild in the East, Stormy west of the Continental divide.

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เนื้อหาจัดทำโดย Stephen Pellettiere เนื้อหาพอดแคสต์ทั้งหมด รวมถึงตอน กราฟิก และคำอธิบายพอดแคสต์ได้รับการอัปโหลดและจัดเตรียมโดย Stephen Pellettiere หรือพันธมิตรแพลตฟอร์มพอดแคสต์โดยตรง หากคุณเชื่อว่ามีบุคคลอื่นใช้งานที่มีลิขสิทธิ์ของคุณโดยไม่ได้รับอนุญาต คุณสามารถปฏิบัติตามขั้นตอนที่อธิบายไว้ที่นี่ https://th.player.fm/legal

Heavy rain and flash flooding threat continues in the Southwest today.
Heavy Snow for the Intermountain West mountains through mid-week.
Temperatures will continue to run above average from the Plains to the
Northeast with record breaking warmth for parts of the Upper Midwest
Showers and thunderstorms have expanded into the Desert Southwest ahead of
a deep upper trough that is slowly moving east into the region. Locally
heavy rainfall could lead to scattered instances of flash flooding through
tonight in Southern California and western and central Arizona, especially
for the Transverse and Peninsula ranges and Mogollon Rim where terrain
will enhance rainfall. Although rain rates/totals will be trending
downward across Southern California compared to the last couple of days,
the risk for flooding and mud/debris flows remains elevated given the very
wet antecedent conditions. For higher elevations, snowfall rates will be
coming down for the Sierra Nevada and remain heavy for elevations above
7000 feet in the Transverse/Peninsular ranges. Conditions will improve
through the rest of the week as precipitation becomes lighter and the
flash flood threat decreases.
As the upper trough moves further inland, precipitation will expand across
the Intermountain West through mid-week. Heavy snowfall is forecast for
many of the regional mountain ranges over the next couple days, with
particularly high totals expected in the Four Corners region where amounts
of 2+ feet will be possible. Other ranges of the Great Basin and Northern
Rockies will see totals generally between 6-12", with some locally higher
amounts possible. Lower elevation/valley locations across the region will
see a mix of moderate rain and snow showers, although any snow
accumulations are expected to remain limited. Height falls beginning to
overspread the Northern/Central High Plains will also lead to enhanced lee
cyclogenesis and a developing low pressure/frontal system Wednesday. This
will bring increasing chances for wintry precipitation spreading eastward
across the Northern High Plains as the system strengthens. Some freezing
rain and sleet will be possible, as well as for a few inches of snow,
particularly for northeastern Montana.
Elsewhere, the Midwest, South, and East Coast will remain mostly dry
through mid-week. Upper-level ridging over the central/eastern U.S. will
keep temperatures generally mild and above average from the Plains to the
Northeast/Appalachians, with below average temperatures along the coastal
Southeast and west of the Rockies. Highs across the Northern Plains/Upper
Midwest in particular continue to remain upwards of 20-30 degrees above
average, with 40s and 50s forecast. Some daily record-tying/breaking high
temperatures will be possible for the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes
regions today through Friday. Precipitation chances will return to the
Midwest, South, and East later this week into this weekend as a frontal
system pushes east.

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Heavy rain and flash flooding threat continues in the Southwest today.
Heavy Snow for the Intermountain West mountains through mid-week.
Temperatures will continue to run above average from the Plains to the
Northeast with record breaking warmth for parts of the Upper Midwest
Showers and thunderstorms have expanded into the Desert Southwest ahead of
a deep upper trough that is slowly moving east into the region. Locally
heavy rainfall could lead to scattered instances of flash flooding through
tonight in Southern California and western and central Arizona, especially
for the Transverse and Peninsula ranges and Mogollon Rim where terrain
will enhance rainfall. Although rain rates/totals will be trending
downward across Southern California compared to the last couple of days,
the risk for flooding and mud/debris flows remains elevated given the very
wet antecedent conditions. For higher elevations, snowfall rates will be
coming down for the Sierra Nevada and remain heavy for elevations above
7000 feet in the Transverse/Peninsular ranges. Conditions will improve
through the rest of the week as precipitation becomes lighter and the
flash flood threat decreases.
As the upper trough moves further inland, precipitation will expand across
the Intermountain West through mid-week. Heavy snowfall is forecast for
many of the regional mountain ranges over the next couple days, with
particularly high totals expected in the Four Corners region where amounts
of 2+ feet will be possible. Other ranges of the Great Basin and Northern
Rockies will see totals generally between 6-12", with some locally higher
amounts possible. Lower elevation/valley locations across the region will
see a mix of moderate rain and snow showers, although any snow
accumulations are expected to remain limited. Height falls beginning to
overspread the Northern/Central High Plains will also lead to enhanced lee
cyclogenesis and a developing low pressure/frontal system Wednesday. This
will bring increasing chances for wintry precipitation spreading eastward
across the Northern High Plains as the system strengthens. Some freezing
rain and sleet will be possible, as well as for a few inches of snow,
particularly for northeastern Montana.
Elsewhere, the Midwest, South, and East Coast will remain mostly dry
through mid-week. Upper-level ridging over the central/eastern U.S. will
keep temperatures generally mild and above average from the Plains to the
Northeast/Appalachians, with below average temperatures along the coastal
Southeast and west of the Rockies. Highs across the Northern Plains/Upper
Midwest in particular continue to remain upwards of 20-30 degrees above
average, with 40s and 50s forecast. Some daily record-tying/breaking high
temperatures will be possible for the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes
regions today through Friday. Precipitation chances will return to the
Midwest, South, and East later this week into this weekend as a frontal
system pushes east.

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