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A winter storm is still on track to impact Utah and southwest Wyoming Friday into Sunday. We're expecting significant snow accumulations in the mountains, with the potential for some valley impacts as well. Here's the latest. #utwx
A wintry system is still on track to bring accumulating snow and travel impacts to the area this weekend. However, confidence in final snowfall totals remains somewhat low. Continue to monitor the forecast and plan for potential slippery to hazardous travel Saturday into Sunday.
A mix of winter precip is possible this weekend, beginning late Sat night thru Sun morning. Though probability of precip is less than 30%, there is a medium to high likely-hood that any precip will be in the form of freezing rain. Potential impacts should be minimal too. #ILwx
Initially cold evening temperatures will rise through the overnight hours into Wednesday. A gusty WSW wind will warm temperatures into the 30s to low 40s on Wednesday, but may introduce areas of drifting and patchy blowing snow, causing potential travel impacts. #ndwx #mnwx
Potential for high wind event for Tue-Wed. The main concern for high winds over the Northern#InlandEmpire and #OrangeCounty ; altho other areas could see impacts from strong winds too. Risk of power outages and property/tree damage in those areas with the highest 🎐. #CAwx
Rain showers arrive late evening, mix with or change to snow overnight. Watch for slick spots Fri AM commute. Snow/rain continues Fri afternoon/evening, but travel impacts shift mainly north of I-96. Potential for slick travel increases Fri night in Central Michigan. #wmiwx #miwx
⚠️ Are you prepared for cold winter temperatures ⁉️ Modest confidence exists for a return of cold winter temperatures by next Friday, January 22. Impacts include frostbite potential & young livestock and pet vulnerabilities. #mtwx
COVID19 has pan-body disease manifestations and this is the best review to date on all the non-lung potential impacts, system by system, new @NatureMedicine by and colleagues @aakriti_15 @heshmad @KartikSehgal_MD
#Sally is expected to slow down along the northern Gulf Coast as it approaches early next week bringing the potential for widespread flooding from far eastern Louisiana into the Florida panhandle. We're LIVE now to break down the potential impacts.
Scientists are using @NASAEarth data to better understand the environmental, economic and societal impacts of COVID-19. Two new projects will study global changes from the pandemic and potential environmental signals that might influence its spread: