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Pacific storm moves across the Northwest

Posted by feww on January 1, 2010

Pacific storm causing heavy rain and snow from Washington and Oregon to Intermountain West

A Pacific storm  in the Northwest is generating heavy rain and high-elevation snow as it moves from  the coast of Washington and Oregon to the Intermountain West.

The cold front is moving also southward  (see image above) into N. Calif, with rain and high-elevation snow expected as far south as the San Francisco Bay Area.

Near Real Time US Composite Satellite Image

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Predominant Weather


GOES West Unenhanced Satellite Image

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Weather Forecast

GOES Infrared Image for North America
6Hr Precipitation Accumulative Amount  (in)

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