New high resolution global weather forecast model

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ContactRelief National Hazardous Weather Outlook for Tuesday January 15

A new storm system will be moving onshore over central California. There will be a marginal chance for flash flooding over northern California and a slight chance for flash flooding over southern California. The chances for flash flooding will increase over central California on Wednesday. Rainfalls of 1 to 2 inches are projected for much of California, southern Nevada, and western Arizona. Snowfalls of 6 to 12 inches are expected over the central and northern Sierra Mountains and over parts of southern Utah. Areas of high pressure will be situated over Mississippi and Nebraska leading to fair weather over many other regions of the country.

FLASH FLOODING OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY JANUARY 15

RAINFALL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY JANUARY 15
RAINFALL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY JANUARY 15

SNOWFALL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY JANUARY 15
SNOWFALL OUTLOOK FOR TUESDAY JANUARY 15

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