Wet Pattern Continues From the Northwest To Rockies; Major Storm System To Develop On Thursday Across Southern Plains
A vigorous system will slide from the Northwest to the Rockies on Wednesday to keep intact the wet pattern across the extended region. Heavy to excessive rain, intense mountain snow and high winds are possible before the next system arrives on Friday. The same system will evolve into a major storm on Thursday across the southern Plains for a widespread rain event for the South and East.
High and low forecast temperature values represent air temperature.
Last Update: 10:17 am EST Dec 12, 2018
Forecast Valid: 12pm EST Dec 12, 2018-6pm EST Dec 18, 2018
The approximate location of the west wall of the Gulf Stream as of Dec 11, 2018 at 1200 UTC...
62 nautical miles east of Flagler Beach. 72 nautical miles east of Saint Augustine Beach. 78 nautical miles east of Jacksonville Beach. 96 nautical miles east southeast of St Simons Island.
This data courtesy of the Naval Oceanographic Office.
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