Damaging Winds Expected in California, Heavy Snow for the Rockies and Eastern Great Lakes

There also could be some glossy roads from Illinois to Ohio and even northern Kentucky where 1 to 2 inches of snow is possible because of a quick-moving storm system. 

Additionally, with all the dry wind, a fire climate watch has been issued south of San Francisco, where these problems can promptly spread out fires. 

The heaviest snow will be north of Syracuse, New York, and in between Buffalo, New York, and Erie, Pennsylvania, where some areas might see as much as 16 inches of snow. 

For Southern California, winds will get tonight into Tuesday and might gust as high as 70 to 80 miles per hour within your area gusts near 90 miles per hour. 

A fire weather condition watch has also been provided for Southern California Monday evening into Wednesday early morning for rapid fire spread. 

Another area in the country that will see heavy snow remains in the Rockies, from Colorado to New Mexico, where locally greater than a foot of snow is possible over the next 24 to 48 hrs. 

Significant destructive winds are anticipated in California today from the San Francisco Bay area completely down to Los Angeles. 

The harshest winds in the San Francisco Bay location and Northern California will be on Monday and right into the evening as winds could gust up to 50 to 70 miles per hour with locally higher gusts. 

The first location is the eastern Great Lakes in western New York and western Pennsylvania, where winter months tornadoes and blizzards have been prominent. 

Simultaneously, a few areas around the country could see heavy snow in the following few days.