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  • Powerful storm will hit the US.
  • It could bring heavy rain and snow.
  • More than 30 states are under alert.

Weather experts are on high alert, tracking a powerful storm system that will hit the US this week.

This system brings a threat of heavy rain, snowfall in the mountains, severe weather and a storm on the northeast coast.

This weather system could affect more than 30 states from coast to coast, putting millions of Americans on alert.

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The Northwest is the first region that will feel the effects of this system, which is advancing from the Pacific Ocean and bringing rain, thunderstorms and snowfall in the mountains.

It has been announced that these conditions will continue until mid-week, keeping the local population and the authorities in charge of security in suspense.

The Plains and Midwest will experience the brunt of this storm towards the middle and end of the week.

Floods, heavy rains and severe weather are emerging as the main threats these regions will face.

Severe weather threatens the United States

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Authorities have urged the public to stay informed and be prepared to deal with possible emergencies resulting from this severe weather.

The Northeast and East Coast will be the last to feel the fury of this storm, which is expected to reach its peak over the weekend.

A coastal storm is forecast to develop and move towards the coast, which could bring more heavy rain and gusty winds to the region.

Local authorities have issued warnings and recommendations for the population to take the necessary measures and prepare for the impact of this storm.

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The first round of rain, much needed for some areas, began arriving in the northwest early on Monday morning.

However, most of the precipitation is expected to fall on Wednesday as the storm moves toward the coast, intensifying its influence over the territory.

«The weather we are going to feel in the northwest is not strange,» said FOX Weather meteorologist Britta Merwin.

“This is what we expect this time of year in the Northwest. A little bit of a wind component and a rain component. It’s just kind of gross Northwest weather.»

Rain and snow are forecast

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Rainfall totals are expected to increase with elevation as it is still too hot to support widespread snowfall in the mountains.

“This is a true Pacific front with a lot of moisture,” continued Fox meteorologist Merwin, about the severe weather threatening much of the country.

«It’s going to wring out in the foothills of the Cascades, the Olympic Mountains, the Coastal Range, so be prepared. It’s going to be several inches of rain.»

She also stated that there will be snow in the mountains, but it will be limited to the highest peaks of the Cascades and Rocky Mountains.

Climate threats in the United States

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Powerful storm in the US: Severe thunderstorms are possible on Wednesday in parts of southeastern Nebraska, northeastern Kansas, southwestern Iowa, and northwestern Missouri.

The risk is currently at a level 1 out of 5 on the NOAA Storm Prediction Center (SPC) thunderstorm risk scale, according to Fox Weather.

Flash floods are possible on Wednesday. Flood risk is present from Nebraska to central and southern Iowa, northern Missouri and Illinois.

The risk of severe weather will increase Thursday, with areas of southeastern Nebraska and northeastern Kansas falling below level 2 of 5 on the risk scale.

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