Special Statement:

Issued at: 2:27 PM PST on November 27, 2014, expires at: 6:00 AM PST on November 28, 2014
  • ...Wet system to impact Thanksgiving weekend into early next week... .Impacts...
  • rain and snow expected for Friday through the weekend into early next week causing difficulties for Holiday travel.
  • Fallen leaves may lead to clogged drains and localized flooding.
  • Burn scar areas may be susceptible to debris flows. .Timing and strength...
  • dry weather...mild temperatures...and patchy valley fog Thanksgiving.
  • Wet weather likely Friday mainly north of I-80 corridor...late Friday into Saturday morning...mainly south of I-80 corridor.
  • Snow levels ~6000 feet for the weekend.
  • Possibility for light to moderate snow accumulations in the Sierra and southern Cascade ranges. .Confidence...
  • high confidence for wet weather into early next week.
  • Medium confidence in lowering snow levels and moderate snow accumulations. .Weather summary...
  • high pressure maintains dry and mild weather for Thanksgiving day today. The first of a series of storms will bring wet weather starting Friday. Widespread precipitation is expected through the weekend into early next week. Although the second system may be delayed into early next week. Snow over the passes may impact a busy travel weekend.

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