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Tropical Storm Sandra, which formed on Tuesday morning in the record-warm Pacific waters off the south coast of Mexico, is expected to become a hurricane and could become the latest landfalling tropical cyclone in Northeast Pacific records. Moisture from Sandra will flow toward the Southern Plains, upping the odds of torrential rain from Texas to Arkansas over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Freezing rain and snow are possible from the Texas Panhandle to eastern Nebraska.
Stormy Thanksgiving / Potential Flash Flooding and Blizzard Conditions for Texas / Winter Outlook
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