Severe thunderstorms moving through the east coast have been producing strong winds and hail today. See all the storm reports at [ Spc.noaa.gov Link ] .
Record heat in the east will come to an end this weekend.
Low elevation snow expected at times this weekend in southwestern Oregon and northwestern California.
Winter driving can be hazardous. One simple way to keep yourself and everyone on the road safe is to slow down. Remember, “Ice and snow, take it slow”. Learn more at weather.gov/winter #WinterSafety
Enhanced risk of severe thunderstorms Friday over a portion of the Ohio Valley and Great Lakes.The primary threat will be strong winds, but a couple of tornadoes and some hail is possible.
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Dramatic improvement in California's #drought. In it's weekly update, the Drought Monitor said only 17 percent of the state is in drought compared to 73 percent three months ago, and 95 percent one year ago.

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Fog reduces visibilities and contributes to numerous motorist accidents every year. Dense Fog Advisories are issued when widespread visibility reductions of a quarter of a mile or less are expected or occurring. Take action, check to see if there are any Dense Fog Advisories issued for your commute before driving. Learn more about #FogSafety by visiting weather.gov/fog
A strong winter storm will move out of the Rockies and into the Great Lakes. Snow is expected from tonight out west, through Saturday east.
Extremely critical fire weather conditions expected across portions of New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma on Thursday. This is a result of very windy and dry conditions with above normal temperatures expected. For more information, please visit your local forecast office at weather.gov and spc.noaa.gov/products/fire_wx/fwdy2.html
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Whether you’re on foot or in a vehicle, never underestimate the power of water. Turn Around Don’t Drown! tadd.weather.gov #FloodSafety
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Another Pacific storm system will bring a continued threat for heavy rain, very heavy mountain snow, and strong winds to California through Tuesday. The threat of flooding, landslides, and avalanches will create dangerous travel conditions in many parts of the state. In addition, downed trees and power lines could lead to scattered power outages.

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Keep an eye out for severe weather from south Texas to central Oklahoma this afternoon into tonight. The potential exists for damaging winds, large hail, and a few tornadoes. This includes the major metro areas of Austin, San Antonio, and Dallas/Fort Worth.
Another intense Atmospheric River event will bring additional rainfall to northern and central California late Sunday through Tuesday. Many areas are still flooded from previous storms. The local forecast offices say there may be flooding in locations that haven't been impacted in many years. Gusty winds combined with saturated soils will result an increased risk of downed trees and power lines.
Potential for severe thunderstorms over portions of eastern Texas and Oklahoma on Sunday.
A powerful Pacific storm system will continue to impact most of California into southern Nevada on Saturday. Very heavy rain, mountain snow, and strong winds are forecast in this region. There is a high risk of flash floods, especially in southern California.

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There are many ways in which space weather impacts GPS. During periods of disturbed space weather, position information can become inaccurate. Learn more about #SpaceWeather impacts on weather.gov/space #SpaceWeather
Check out some tips for traveling during winter weather. [ Weather.gov Link ]