Unsettled weather in West could impact voter turnout

Nevada, a closely watched state on Election Day, could be affected by adverse weather

It’s Election Day and most of the country is quiet except the West, where heavy rain and mountain snow could impact voter turnout, especially for Nevada, a closely watched state. 

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Election Day weather in the western U.S.

Election Day weather in the western U.S. (Credit: Fox News)

Flash flooding will be a concern for California.  

Snow forecast in the western U.S,

Snow forecast in the western U.S, (Credit: Fox News)

Feet of snow will pile up over sections of the Sierra Nevada, Intermountain West and the Rockies.

Rain forecast across the East Coast

Rain forecast across the East Coast (Credit: Fox News)

Meanwhile, Florida has a close eye on Subtropical Storm Nicole, which is forecast to become a hurricane before making landfall across the East Coast.  

Tropical Storm Nicole's forecast track

Tropical Storm Nicole's forecast track (Credit: Fox News)

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Impacts will be widespread across the state before the system moves north through the weekend.