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1325 East-West Highway

Silver Spring, Maryland,20910

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The National Weather Service in Hanford provides the following forecast for the Tehachapi area: This afternoon: Sunny, with a high near 66. East wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph. Tonight: Clear, with a low around 43. East wind 5 to 10 mph, w... more.

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medinagazette.northcoastnow.com

"It has been a lot warmer than normal, and the warmer air can hold more moisture in the atmosphere," said Scott Watson, a hydrologist for the National Weather Service office near Kansas City, Missouri.
But Watson said that's probably not cold enough to cause ice to form on the fast-moving river.


www.waynesvilledailyguide.com

"It has been a lot warmer than normal, and the warmer air can hold more moisture in the atmosphere," said Scott Watson, a hydrologist for the National Weather Service office near Kansas City, Missouri.
The result has been higher than normal rainfall, causing the Mississippi to be unusually high. St. Louis has received nearly 10 inches of rain in December, according to the National Weather Service - four times the normal amount. Around 7 inches of rain have fallen since Saturday. The warm spell seems to be coming to an end. Highs along the river basin in Missouri and Illinois are expected to be in the 40s for most of this week, with overnight lows in the 20s. But Watson said that's probably not cold enough to cause ice to form on the fast-moving river.


www.fnbp.com

"It has been a lot warmer than normal, and the warmer air can hold more moisture in the atmosphere," said Scott Watson , a hydrologist for the National Weather Service office near Kansas City, Missouri .
But Watson said that's probably not cold enough to cause ice to form on the fast-moving river.


www.fultonsun.com

Scott Watson, hydrologist for the National Weather Service office near Kansas City, said the good news is that the extended forecast appears to dry out, with below-normal precipitation expected over the next 10 days.
He said a wintry system could bring light snow to Missouri by midweek, but rain is expected to subside after Monday.


www.morningsun.net

"It has been a lot warmer than normal, and the warmer air can hold more moisture in the atmosphere," said Scott Watson, a hydrologist for the National Weather Service office near Kansas City, Missouri.
The result has been higher than normal rainfall, causing the Mississippi to be unusually high. St. Louis has received nearly 10 inches of rain in December, according to the National Weather Service " four times the normal amount. Around 7 inches of rain have fallen since Saturday. The warm spell seems to be coming to an end. Highs along the river basin in Missouri and Illinois are expected to be in the 40s for most of this week, with overnight lows in the 20s. But Watson said that's probably not cold enough to cause ice to form on the fast-moving river.


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