Atmospheric river hits West with wind, snow threat

A major atmospheric river is aimed at the West Coast today and tomorrow and will bring a threat for river flooding, landslides, damaging winds and heavy snow.
0:38 | 01/12/21

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Now let's take a look at your Tuesday whether. The only big weather news is in the Pacific northwest a so called atmospheric river is flowing across the region for several days springing up tech eight inches of rain. Flood watches are posted and there's a concern about winds liked the cascades in the northern Rockies could see two feet of snow. And looking at today's high temperatures Seattle and Portland will be in the fifties above normal temperatures in the midwest and low forties for the northeast today.

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