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Heavy Rainfall Over Northwest Gulf; Severe Thunderstorms Possible in Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Saturday

Excessive rain over southeast Texas and southwest Louisiana through this evening is threatening the area with a potential for flash, urban, and small stream flooding. Isolated to scattered severe thunderstorms capable of producing damaging winds and marginally severe hail should occur Saturday across parts of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Read More >

Cooling continues into the holiday weekend, with high temperatures expected to be 5 to 10 degrees below normal by Sunday.
High temperatures throughout Central California on Sunday and Independence Day will be around 5 to 10 degrees below normal for this time of the year.

 

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NOAA Weather Radio WNG-659
162.425 MHz - El Paso Mountain
Routine broadcasts include:
The forecast for the Kern County Deserts (updated at least twice daily, at 3:30 am/pm)
Below is the approximate listening area for the NOAA Weather Radio transmitter. The listening area is based upon line-of-sight with the transmitter. The quality of what you hear is dictated by the distance from the transmitter, local terrain, and quality and location of your receiver. (Click on image to enlarge.)
WNG-659 Listening Area
The Tehachapi Mountains forecastcovering the next 36 to 48 hours (updated at least twice daily, at 3:30 am/pm)
The forecast for the Owens Valley of Inyo County (updated at least twice daily, at 3:30 am/pm)
The San Bernadino County Deserts forecast covering the next 36 to 48 hours (updated at least twice daily, at 3:30 am/pm)
The forecast for the Antelope Valley of Los Angeles County (updated at least twice daily, at 3:30 am/pm)
Three to seven day extended forecasts for Central California including the Kern County Deserts and Tehachapi Mountains (updated twice daily, at 3:30 am/pm)
Current weather observations from selected sites in Central and Southern California (updated hourly)
Short-term forecasts (6 hours or less) for the Kern Mountains and Deserts, Antelope Valley, Owens Valley and San Bernadino County Deserts (issued & updated as needed)
 
As always, during severe weather, routine broadcasts can be interrupted and special warning messages inserted concerning threat to life and property.