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Storms to bring rain, snow to Northwest

15 November 2017

A couple of storm systems are moving in from the northwest with scattered rain/snow showers and gusty winds. Daytime highs will be in the 40s with overnight lows in the 20s. As more moisture streams into the area from the south and low pressure takes control, drizzle will transition into rain showers by this evening.

Friday is forecast to be sunny, with temperatures in the upper 40s. Another quarter and a half an inch of rain is forecast Wednesday night, according the the weather service. Skies will generally clear throughout the day tomorrow, with the only exception being the far northern part of the state, where lake-effect snow showers will continue throughout the day.

Friday: Early sun, then increasing afternoon clouds.

Sunday: Partly cloudy, windy and cold.

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A combination of rain and snow is in the Truckee forecast this week, the National Weather Service Office in Reno said on Monday, Nov. 13.

The U.S. Climate Prediction Center says there's a 50 to 60 percent probability of temperatures remaining below normal in New Jersey and several other states from November 20 through November 24.

The West Coast is bracing for yet another round of storms that will bring heavy winds, rain and snow to the region over the next week. However, there's a possibility that cold, dry air may push the storm system out to sea.

The U.S. Climate Prediction Center says there's a 40 to 50 percent probability of below-normal precipitation in New Jersey from November 20 through November 24.

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Storms to bring rain, snow to Northwest