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Heavy Snow Moving into the Great Lakes; Locally Heavy Rain with Mountain Snow Out West

A quick-moving weather system will continue to produce locally heavy snow across the Great Lakes today. Meanwhile, a series of storm systems will keep the West wet through this weekend, with several rounds of rainfall and widespread heavy snowfall across the terrain from the Cascades and Sierra to the central Rockies. Back East, freezing rain will develop across the Appalachians tonight. Read More >




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Preliminary 2019 Tornadoes

Date County EF Beg Time(LST) End Time(LST) Beg Lat Beg Lon End Lat End Lon Inj. Fat.

Path
Length (miles)

Max Path
Width (yards)

03/14/19 Cullman, AL 1 15:10 15:30 34.095 -86.7734 34.1885 -86.6192 0 0 11.07 112
04/08/19 Marshall, AL 1 6:10 6:29 34.2274 -86.3294 34.3028 -86.2738 1 0 6.13 219
04/13/19 Franklin, AL 1 23:14 23:26 34.4617 -88.0607 34.5500 -88.0325 0 0 6.31 80
04/14/19 Colbert, AL 1 00:35 00:36 34.6738 -87.6075 34.6894 -87.6040 0 0 1.1 70
05/09/19 Madison, AL/Lincoln, TN 0 11:46 11:52 34.9901 -86.5661 35.0172 -86.5352 0 0 2.58 75
5/09/19 Marshall, AL 1 12:30 12:32 34.3220 -86.1166 34.3220 -86.1089 0 0 0.48 25
05/09/19 DeKalb, AL 1 12:55 12:57 34.4047 -85.8803 34.404 -85.870 0 0 0.57 25
            


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