National Radar - Last Hour

Daily Weather Update Updated Wed Nov 26, 2014 7:38 a.m.: Over the next 24 hours, a large area of heavy rainfall and snow will occur from the Southeast U.S. northeastward through New England. Most of the middle U.S. will be dry, with just a small area of snow in part of MN, IA, MO, and IL. Click on the Rain Next 24 Hours tab for details.

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Radar Forecast - Next 84 Hours

Rainfall Forecast Discussion Updated Wed Nov 26, 2014 7:45 a.m.: Over the next five days, most of the Corn Belt will have fairly light amounts of moisture, staying under one quarter of an inch. Northern California may actually start to get some rain, and it could even be heavy. Click on the Rainfall Next 5 Days tab to see more.

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