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  Advisory System
"BULLETIN"
Describes current developments or
general trends regarding threats of terrorism.
Telephone/Fax: 877-932-5378
Email: info@earlyalert.com
U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK

U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK


Sat DEC 3, 2016

...Heavy rain and flash flooding possible in eastern TX and southwestern LA this weekend... ...Strong winds continue to impacts portions of southern CA... ...Light snow in portions of western MT, northwestern TX Panhandle, and eastern NM today...

Areas of showers and embedded heavier rain bands will continue this morning through Sunday evening across eastern TX and southwestern LA. Widespread rainfall amounts of 1-3 inches expected through Sunday evening. Areas under heavier rain bands will receive 5-7 inches with localized amounts of 8-11 inches possible. This rain will lead to localized areas of flash flooding in low lying urban areas today through tonight. By Sunday small creeks, streams, and bayous may be impacted by flash flooding as well.

A mix of snow, sleet, and rain will continue through midday in the northwestern TX Panhandle and eastern NM. Around 1 inch of additional accumulation is possible today. Snow will change to mostly rain this afternoon across the lower elevations. Roads, bridges, and overpasses may become slick and hazardous, especially this morning.

Light snow will continue through this morning across western MT. 1-2 inches of snow accumulations are expected in the valleys with higher amounts of up to 4 inches possible in elevated terrain. Slippery snow covered roads and reduced visibilities may lead to difficult driving conditions. Another round of more significant snow will begin in this region late tonight or Sunday morning.

Strong winds of 25-40 mph with gusts up to 60 mph will continue through this afternoon in the Santa Clarita & San Bernardino Valleys, much of Orange County and eastern portions of Ventura County. Higher wind gusts of up to 75-80 mph will be possible in elevated terrain. Lower wind gusts of 40-50 mph will be possible for much of the populated areas of Los Angeles and Ventura counties. These winds will result in difficult travel for high profile vehicles along with isolated power outages.

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Flash Alert!

  • DHS Terrorism Bulletin
    "Bulletin" - National Terrorism Advisory System ...
  • U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
    ...Heavy rain and flash flooding possible in eastern TX and southwestern LA this weekend... ...Strong winds continue to impacts portions of southern CA... ...Light snow in portions of western MT, northwestern TX Panhandle, and eastern NM today...
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