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Another snowstorm just three days before the official start of spring threatens the Monday commute in the Mid-Atlantic, with several inches of snow expected from St. Louis to Philadelphia, forecasters said.
You've got to give the groundhog credit. He's getting every last drop out of his forecast of six more weeks of winter.
That's about $2 billion above average.
Government forecasters predicted Thursday that the weather system known as El Nino could return this year. It could bring much-needed rain to the West. Ninety-five percent of California is in drought, and some scientists are now warning of a megadrought.
In only two years -- 1969 and 1978 -- was there more snow on the ground in North America in early March than there is now.
Winter kept its icy hold on much of the country Monday, with snow falling and temperatures dropping as schools and offices closed and people from the South and Mid-Atlantic to Northeast reluctantly waited out another storm indoors.
After several records have been set from Chicago to New York for snowfall, Old Man Winter to prove he's not done yet.
A thunderstorm that brought sorely-needed rain to drought-plagued
California is winding down after sending mudslides down foothill
communities, flooding roadways and opening up sinkholes.
Since California has been in the middle of its worst drought in 100
years, it would seem that the sight of rain would be good news.
Scientists believe this winter's unusually
cold weather is helping to kill off some of the hungry, non-native bugs
that invaded the mid-Atlantic.
A new blast of arctic air is driving across the northern United States, and adding to the cold weather problems are ice jams.
Rare clouds nicknamed "River of the Sky" greeted morning commuters in Atlanta Tuesday. The scientific name is Undulatus Asperatus.
If you've been suffering from a runny nose, itchy and watery eyes, or a tickle in your throat, the recent high pollen count could be the problem!
Cold air returns from the north very quickly Sunday night into Monday after the brief weekend thaw.
A punishing blast of frigid temperatures is forecast for much of the central and eastern USA this week.
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Patchy dense fog has should last through late morning for the Tampa Bay area, and Sea Fog is likely the next two days.
While the country shivered through a bitterly cold month, much of the rest of the world was warmer than average.
The latest blast of snow to hit New England dumped more than a foot in part of Massachusetts.