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Winter Storm in Western U.S. and Canada
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Winter Storm in Western U.S. and Canada

A winter storm will bring snow across the central and northern Rockies, Great Basin and higher elevations of the West Coast on Friday, with sleet and freezing rain possible for parts of the northern Plains. Rain will also be possible across parts of the Southwest. Snow from the coastal storm of the last three days can be seen on the ground in northern New Jersey and southeastern New York. Meanwhile, temperatures will be 10-20 degrees above normal across parts of the central and southern Plains, and a warming trend will push into the eastern U.S. for the weekend. This image was taken by GOES East at 1745Z on November 9, 2012.

 
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Keywords:Winter Storm, Snow, GOES-13, 2012.11.09
 

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