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Topic - National Weather Service
Gov. Matt Mead called up the Wyoming National Guard on Friday to help combat flooding that forced scores of people to evacuate their homes along the Big Horn River in Washakie County.
The National Weather Service says residents and travelers in New Mexico can expect accumulating and blowing snow in parts of the state Friday and into the weekend.
A storm dumped heavy snow in the Colorado mountains and foothills, hampering travel and raising avalanche concerns.
A bit more winter weather in South Carolina.
Yellowstone County officials say five residents near Laurel have been evacuated from their homes because of flooding.
Strong winds are expected in the Lake Tahoe region and western Nevada as a fast-moving storm moves into the area.
Still more winter weather is headed to North Carolina this week.
The National Weather Service says the possibility of significant flooding remains low in the Red River Valley of eastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota.
The National Weather Service says it doesn't appear right now that Devils Lake will rise much this summer.
Winter isn't quite through with North Carolina.
Some minor flooding is occurring in extreme western Wyoming.
A mix of winter weather and warming temperatures across the state led to avalanches, treacherous driving conditions, school delays and widespread flooding Thursday.
Forecasters say snow is possible in parts of the north Georgia mountains, with widespread heavy rain expected across other parts of the state.
Forecasters say a series of storms will hit the Oregon coast with high winds the next couple of days and spread rain across the region.
The winter of 2014 continues to break records in West Virginia.