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Weather Report: Friday, January 15

Weather Report: Friday, January 15


Weather Report: Friday, January 15

The start of January may have been quite, but the northwestern United States will be experiencing stormy weather till early next week.

AccuWeather Meteorologist Dan Pydynowski has said that there will be several storms impacting Northern California and the Pacific Northwest. Moreover, this means that there will also be some flooding threats in some areas. The same can only be said from Seattle to San Francisco as the said cities will most likely experience rain. On the other hand, it looks like Southern California and other parts of Southwestern United States will remain dry.

Moreover, coastal regions of California, Oregon and Washington may also experience some gusty winds from majority of the storms. Winds here may possibly gust to 40 mph. Precipitation can also be expected in eastern Washington, Oregon and the Intermountain West where residents can experience some rain and snow throughout the weekend. Some areas may also experience snowfall at night, including Washington, Salt Lake City, Idaho, Washington and Boise and Pocatello.

Precipitation of snow is also expected in most of the northern Rockies, Sierra Nevada, Bitterroots and the Cascades. AccuWeather Meteorologist Evan Duffey says these areas can expect to experience consistent snowfall.

Here’s a look at the weather in the rest of the US:

-Bangor, ME : 16˚
-Minneapolis, MN: 25˚
-Boston, MA: 28˚
-New York, NY: 37˚
-Boise, ID: 38˚
-Chicago, IL: 40˚
-Columbus, OH: 44˚
-Philadelphia, PA: 45˚
-McLean, Virgina: 50˚
-Washington, DC: 52˚
-Atlanta, GA: 53˚
-Texas City, Texas: 61˚
-New Orleans, LA: 63˚
-Los Angeles, CA: 63˚
-Orlando, FL: 64˚
-Miami, FL: 72˚
-Corpus Christi, TX : 72˚
-Honolulu, HI: 81˚

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Jennifer Ong has been covering and writing stories since 1998. Over the years, she has worked on stories on business, health, lifestyle, entertainment and travel. She has also previously written shows for television. When she's not on the job, she enjoys wine and Formula 1.

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