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FXUS01 KWBC 240751
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SHORT RANGE FORECAST DISCUSSION
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
250 AM EST FRI NOV 24 2017

VALID 12Z FRI NOV 24 2017 - 12Z SUN NOV 26 2017

...HEAVY RAINFALL POSSIBLE ACROSS THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST...

...WELL ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES ACROSS MUCH OF THE WESTERN AND
CENTRAL U.S. INTO FRIDAY...

THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST WILL REMAIN IN AN ACTIVE, WET PATTERN
THROUGH THE WEEKEND. A SERIES OF LOW PRESSURE SYSTEMS WILL USHER
IN RAIN TO THE COASTAL AREAS... WITH MOUNTAIN SNOW DEVELOPING AS
THE SNOW LEVELS DECREASE.
MODERATE TO HEAVY ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE
NORTHERN CASCADES... SPREADING TO THE NORTHERN ROCKIES AS THE
SYSTEM PUSHES INLAND. ACCUMULATIONS ARE EXPECTED TO BE ON THE
LIGHTER SIDE FOR THE ROCKIES.

ABOVE-AVERAGE TEMPERATURES WILL BE OBSERVED ACROSS MUCH OF THE
CENTRAL U.S. TODAY... WITH SEVERAL LOCATIONS RANGING FROM TO 10 TO
20 DEGREES WARMER. ACROSS THE EASTERN U.S. TEMPERATURES WILL
REMAIN SLIGHTLY COOLER THAN AVERAGE AS A COLD FRONT AND SECONDARY
FRONT SWEEPS THROUGH. RAIN WILL LINGER ALONG A SLOW-MOVING FRONTAL
BOUNDARY NEAR FLORIDA.

CAMPBELL

GRAPHICS AVAILABLE AT
WWW.WPC.NCEP.NOAA.GOV/BASICWX/BASICWX_NDFD.PHP
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