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Another major storm is on its way to Nebraska; trip could be difficult next week | Weather | Instant News



This week’s snowstorm, despite all its fury, dropped only about 0.05 inches of precipitation in the Omaha region, according to the weather service. That storm could drop an inch or so, Kern said. “It’s still too far to go into detail,” he said. “But it looks like a rough ride Tuesday night and again Wednesday morning. A lot of people will be tempted to travel because of the New Year, but remember to avoid traveling on Tuesday and Wednesday. For people who have long trips, say between Omaha and Lincoln, Rossio said tracking forecast and planning ahead would likely pay off. Cold weather will follow in the storm’s wake, with highs in the 1920s and lows around 10 degrees. There is good news with this storm. It is expected to move out early Thursday, so it should be sunny – cold but no snow – for New Years Eve, including the Omaha fireworks show. .



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Flash floods occur in several areas on Sunday PM; calmer on Memorial Day | Weather | Instant News


The amount of rainfall 2-4 inches in less than 2 hours in Franklin County south / west diagonally in Henry County will pose a threat of flash floods almost at any time of the year under any circumstances, but the level of rainfall is very bad coming above the week then extensive 6-12-inch long lasting rainfall.

We might get a break from the threat of heavy rain in the Roanoke / NRV area on Remembrance Day, although there may be some fog, low clouds, drizzle and some rain falling, especially in the morning. The cold front of the “back door” had slid, with northeastern to east winds carrying cooler, more stable but moist air from the sea. The sun may burn in the afternoon with temperatures dropping until the 70s to close to 80. Or maybe not and we will be trapped closer to 70. Wedges are often more stubborn than project models.

The weather was warm and sticky again for most of the week outside Monday, with rain and thunderstorms scattered in the afternoon, rising towards the end of the week when the cold front approached from the west.

Until and unless we dry for several days, we must remain vigilant for flash floods whenever there are inches or more of rain in a short amount of time.

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Today’s rain & storm, possibility of bad weather & flood | Weather | Instant News


Rain and thunderstorms might occur Monday, with some bad weather possible in the afternoon. Potential flooding spreads throughout the week due to more chance of rain coming in the following days.

The temperature sat in the 60s this morning with scattered rain, and it can get heavy at times. Storm opportunities rise for the afternoon and evening, when altitude reaches low 70s in the mountains and upper 70s in Upstate.

While rain and storms will expand, bad weather seems isolated with the threat of floods, heavy hail, destructive winds, and possibly isolated tornadoes.

The threat of flooding will continue for the rest of the week as higher low levels cover our area, allowing periods of rain to continue.

It will also bring cold air that allows altitudes to fall to the 60s to close to 70 degrees on Wednesday, limiting the potential for bad weather mid-week.

The estimate is gradually retreating to only a 20% chance of rain on Saturday as temperatures warm up back to the 80s, with rain pop ups and storms returning in forecasts for Sunday.

Meanwhile in the case of Arthur’s Tropical Storm, continue moving north towards NC Beach.

The best opportunity for tropical storm conditions will be in the Outer Banks of North Carolina today when the eye of the storm approaches, but it is likely to stay offshore only.

Tropical Storm warnings have been issued for the NC coast when 40 mph winds, heavy rain and high waves will occur there. Locally, we don’t expect impacts.

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PoK News: The area under Pakistan-Kashmir currently occupied by IMD estimates | Instant News


DELHI BARU: Regional IMD Meteorologist The center has begun to include cities below the estimated Kashmir-occupied Pakistan, a departure from the previous format, officials said on Thursday. That IMD already started including Gilgit-Baltistan and Muzaffarabad, which is part of Geez, under Jammu and Kashmir the meteorological sub-division since May 5, said Kuldeep Srivastava, chief Regional Meteorology Department which provides estimates for the northwestern meteorological division of IMD.

IMD Director General M Mohapatra said they had named the areas under the PoK under his daily weather bulletin since the Jammu and Kashmir branch in two union areas in August last year.

However, officials say it is now mentioned explicitly under the Jammu and Kashmir subdivisions.

These PoK cities have now found a place in the overall forecast of the northwest division.

The northwest division consists of nine subdivisions – Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi-Chandigarh-Haryana, Punjab, eastern Uttar Pradesh, western Uttar Pradesh, eastern Rajasthan, and western Rajasthan.

This development is considered important because New Delhi is in the position that Kashmir occupied by Pakistan belongs to India.

The inclusion of Muzaffarabad and Gilgit-Baltistan in the prediction occurred in the middle PakistanThe Supreme Court allowed elections this week in Gilgit-Baltistan. India reacted strongly to development.

The source added that internally, it was indicated that because IMD had mentioned these cities under the PoK in its daily national weather bulletin and also the local bulletin, they also had to find a place in the RMC forecasts.

Mohapatra said that IMD, became Department of World Meteorology The nominated Regional Meteorological Center gave warnings of bad weather to Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Myanmar, Nepal and Bhutan which detailed estimates for the next five days.

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PoK News: The area under Pakistan-Kashmir currently occupied by IMD estimates | Instant News


DELHI BARU: Regional IMD Meteorologist The center has begun to include cities below the estimated Kashmir-occupied Pakistan, a departure from the previous format, officials said on Thursday. That IMD already started including Gilgit-Baltistan and Muzaffarabad, which is part of Geez, under Jammu and Kashmir the meteorological sub-division since May 5, said Kuldeep Srivastava, chief Regional Meteorology Department which provides estimates for the northwestern meteorological division of IMD.

IMD Director General M Mohapatra said they had named the areas under the PoK under his daily weather bulletin since the Jammu and Kashmir branch in two union areas in August last year.

However, officials say it is now mentioned explicitly under the Jammu and Kashmir subdivisions.

These PoK cities have now found a place in the overall forecast of the northwest division.

The northwest division consists of nine subdivisions – Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi-Chandigarh-Haryana, Punjab, eastern Uttar Pradesh, western Uttar Pradesh, eastern Rajasthan, and western Rajasthan.

This development is considered important because New Delhi is in the position that Kashmir occupied by Pakistan belongs to India.

The inclusion of Muzaffarabad and Gilgit-Baltistan in the prediction occurred in the middle PakistanThe Supreme Court allowed elections this week in Gilgit-Baltistan. India reacted strongly to development.

The source added that internally, it was indicated that because IMD had mentioned these cities under the PoK in its daily national weather bulletin and also the local bulletin, they also had to find a place in the RMC forecasts.

Mohapatra said that IMD, became Department of World Meteorology The nominated Regional Meteorological Center gave warnings of bad weather to Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Myanmar, Nepal and Bhutan which detailed estimates for the next five days.

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