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Xtreme Weather Severe Weather Alerts & Advisories

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Our daily audio severe weather advisories / alerts are derived directly from the National Weather Service and are issued daily through our podcast. We believe every citizen should own, or be near an active, alarm-ready Weather Radio but we realize that’s not always possible. Stay weather aware at: http://bit.ly/2P4Z8eS Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
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Heavy Snow for the North-Central U.S.; Bitter Cold and a Second Storm to Follow - Heavy snow will develop overnight in the Dakotas and move into northern Minnesota on Thursday. Light sleet and freezing rain accumulations will be possible south of the area of heavy snow from South Dakota into central Minnesota. Bitter cold temperatures will follow this weekend along with another storm impacting the Pacific Northwest starting Friday then moving down the Rockies through Monday. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
More Snow for the North Central U.S.; Critical Fire Weather Conditions Across the West - Low pressure will bring locally heavy snowfall from the Northern Rockies into the Dakotas and parts of Minnesota through Thursday with well below normal temperatures. Farther east, showers and thunderstorms are expected from the Midwest into the Central Plains. Meanwhile, critical fire weather conditions will prevail in California, the Great Basin, and Southern High Plains. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Wintry Weather Across the Northern Tier of the U.S.; Fire Weather Concerns in California - Wintry weather is expected from the Northern Plains to Upper Great Lakes with periods of snow and freezing rain. Another system will bring more snow to the Northern Rockies and Northern Plains Wednesday night into Thursday. Meanwhile, fire weather and air quality concerns persist for portions of the Western U.S., including California. Temperatures will run above normal over much of the East. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Continued much above average to record high temperatures for the Southwest into California along with continued poor air quality near ongoing fires - Much above average temperatures will continue from Californian through the Southwest and into the Great Basin. Much of this region will see high temperatures 10 to 15 degrees above average, with additional record high maximum and record high minimum temperatures possible across portions of California into the Southwest. With no changes to the overall pattern affecting the West Coast, air quality will remain poor near ongoing fires, especially in the central California valley region. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Temperatures will be 10 to 30 degrees below average across the Northern High Plains into the Northern/Central Plains, while temperatures will be 10 to 20 degrees  above average from California into the Southwest/Great Basin - Low pressure will persist to sweep from the Northern Rockies into the Northern Plains this weekend, bringing the accumulating snowfall to many areas. While cool weather will prevail in the East, parts of California and the Southwest will be unusually warm. Critical fire weather conditions are also forecast over portions of California, the Southwest, High Plains, and Midwest, producing poor Air Quality conditions. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Continued Snow From the Northern Rockies to Northern Plains; Persistent Heat & Critical Fire Weather in California - Low pressure will continue to sweep from the Northern Rockies into the Northern Plains this weekend, bringing the first accumulating snowfall of the season to many areas. While cool weather will prevail in the East, parts of California and the Southwest will be unusually warm. Critical fire weather conditions are also forecast over portions of California, the Southwest, High Plains, and Midwest. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Snow From the Northern Rockies to Northern Plains; Heat & Critical Fire Weather in California - Low pressure will sweep from the Northern Rockies into the Northern Plains this weekend, bringing the first accumulating snowfall of the season to many areas. While cool weather will prevail in the East, parts of California and the Southwest will be unusually warm. Critical fire weather conditions are also forecast over portions of California, the Southwest, High Plains, and Midwest. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Much Cooler by Friday Across the Eastern Third of the Nation; Unusually Warm in Parts of California - Much cooler temperatures will arrive in the Upper Mississippi Valley and Plains, and then over the eastern U.S. through Friday. Meanwhile, much above average temperatures will persist from the Southwest and into California, along with continued fire weather threats. Although many areas will remain dry, wet weather will return to the Northeast, northern Rockies and High Plains by late Friday. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Fire Weather Concerns for Western & Central States; Unusually Warm in Parts of California and Plains - A fast-moving storm system will deliver gusty winds from the northern Rockies into the Plains, with critical fire weather conditions from the Four Corners into the Midwest. In the wake of this system, high temperatures over parts of the Plains are expected to be up to 20 degrees below normal on Thursday. Meanwhile, hot weather will prevail across coastal California with increasing fire danger. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Unsettled in the Northwest; Above Normal Temperatures for Much of the Country - A low pressure system will bring widespread gusty winds, rain, and mountain snow to the Pacific Northwest and northern Rockies, before spreading into the Plains and Upper Mississippi Valley by Wednesday. Meanwhile, warmer than normal temperatures will continue across much of the nation, especially in the Southwest and southern Plains. Cooler air will return to many locales late in the week. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Continued Flooding Threats with Delta; Damaging Winds and Hail Possible across parts of the northern/central Plains into the Upper Midwest - Delta will continue to bring heavy rainfall and thunderstorms from the Central Appalachians to southern New Jersey. Elsewhere, strong to severe thunderstorms may produce damaging wind gusts and hail across parts of the northern/central Plains into the Upper Midwest. Farther west, an active pattern will bring heavy precipitation to the Pacific Northwest and northern Rockies. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Continued Flooding Threats with Delta; Damaging Winds Possible in the Northeast - Delta will continue to bring heavy rainfall, resulting in flash, urban, and river flooding across portions of the Southeast this weekend. A few tornadoes also remain possible. Elsewhere, strong to severe thunderstorms may produce damaging wind gusts across parts of New England. Farther west, an active pattern will bring heavy precipitation to the Pacific Northwest and northern Rockies. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Delta Impacting Portions of the Northern Gulf Coast; Heavy Rainfall to Overspread Much of the Southeast U.S. - Delta will continue to impact portions of the Gulf Coast with storm surge, heavy rainfall, flooding, and dangerous winds as it advances northward. The potential of flooding will also overspread much of the Mississippi Valley, Tennessee Valley, and Appalachians this weekend. Elsewhere, unsettled weather is expected over the Pacific Northwest, with warmer temperatures for the Plains. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Delta to Make Landfall This Evening; Heavy Rainfall to Impact Lower Mississippi Valley to Appalachians - Hurricane Delta will make landfall in southwest Louisiana this evening and bring life-threatening storm surge, destructive winds, and significant flooding. As Delta moves inland, heavy rainfall and the risk of flooding will overspread the lower Mississippi-Tennessee Valleys and Appalachians over the next few days. Unsettled weather is also expected over the Pacific Northwest this weekend. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
MAJOR UPDATE: Delta Heading Toward the Northern Gulf Coast - Delta is moving toward the northern Gulf Coast, where life-threatening storm surge and dangerous hurricane-force winds are likely beginning Friday. Storm surge and hurricane warnings remain in effect. Significant flooding is also likely from the central Gulf Coast into the lower Mississippi Valley. As Delta moves further inland, heavy rainfall will develop in the Ohio Valley and Mid Atlantic. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Hurricane #Delta Headed Towards the Gulf of Mexico - Hurricane Delta to move into the Gulf of Mexico by late today and to bring significant hazards from SE Texas, Louisiana to the Florida panhandle beginning Thursday night or Friday. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Hurricane Delta Headed Towards the Gulf of Mexico; Critical Fire Weather Conditions in the Rockies and Plains - Hurricane Delta is forecast to move into the Gulf of Mexico by late Wednesday and may bring significant hazards from Louisiana to the Florida panhandle beginning Thursday night or Friday. Meanwhile, dry and gusty conditions will result in critical fire weather conditions from the northern and central Rockies into the Plains. Mainly tranquil weather is expected elsewhere. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Tropics Again Becoming More Active; Fire Weather Concerns Linger Across the West and Plains - While mainly tranquil weather will prevail for much of the country through Tuesday, critical fire weather conditions are forecast from the Rockies into the Plains. Elsewhere, periods of heavy rainfall are expected for parts of Florida. The tropics have become more active and impacts along portions of the Gulf Coast are possible toward the end of the week. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Over the next few days, the Western Ridge/Eastern Trough pattern aloft will deamplify, allowing the subtropical ridge to rebuild along the Gulf coast. - South of the subtropical ridge, Tropical Storm Gamma and a tropical disturbance along its eastern flank across the Caribbean will send moisture up to a front initially stuck across southern Florida, which returns northwest in earnest on Monday night/Tuesday morning. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
Very Warm & Dry For Much of the West; Locally Heavy Rainfall for Parts of Florida - Very warm and dry conditions will lead to critical fire weather conditions over portions of the West and eastward into the Plains. Meanwhile, locally heavy rainfall is expected over parts of Florida through the weekend. Mainly cool weather will prevail from the Midwest to East Coast with periodic bouts of light rainfall. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremeweather/support
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