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A trough of low-pressure will scurry across the Pacific northwest today bringing a good chance for widespread severe weather for eastern portions of Washington state, northern Idaho, northeastern Oregon, and far western Montana. The area of concern is under a slight chance for severe weather per the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center and featured… Read…
A slow moving low pressure system produced record breaking rainfall for the date at DIA on May 11th with 2.92″ reported breaking the old record of 1.55″ in 2011. This storm produced flooding for many locations and ensures May of 2023 will end up with well above normal precipitation for the month thanks to just… Read…
This Wednesday, May 10, 2023, there will be a chance for severe weather, especially areas east of the I-25 corridor as seen in the map provided by the National Weather Service’s Storm Prediction Center. A series of weak disturbances will move across the region today and tomorrow bringing limited rainfall with an isolated weak thunderstorm… Read…
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