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- The Columbus Dispatch
In publication since 1818, the Farmers' Almanac is predicting a "soggy, shivery spring ahead" for much of the country.
- Argus Leader
It's been nearly 90 years since Sioux Falls saw more than 20 inches of snow in January, though the city has seen snowier winters.
- Fox Weather
At least two people have been killed in car crashes in Texas as a long-duration, crippling ice storm continues to slide across the region leading to treacherous driving conditions and mounting power outages.
- The Burlington Free Press
You may need to change your weekend plans. Dangerously cold temperatures are on the way and windchills could be 40 degrees below zero for much of Vermont.
- The Weather Network
February is expected to deliver more winter weather than our lackluster January did, but for most of Canada, it will still lack any persistently cold weather.
- Redding Record Searchlight
Higher-than-normal rainfall during the past month has dramatically changed Lake Shasta, with the water level of California’s largest reservoir rising 60 feet since the end of December.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
An ice storm warning is in effect until 9 a.m. Thursday in North Texas as more areas will be hit by freezing rain, according to the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
New York City has a new streak for delayed snowfall but there are implications to unseasonably mild weather.
Massachusetts is in for a wake-up call later this week when an arctic blast surges into the region with freezing temperatures and dangerous wind chills.
Meteorological spring is right around the corner with the season kicking off on the first day of March, but for some areas of the country, the new season will bring more of the same with cold air, chances of snow and far-reaching winter storms. About one month before the start of spring is the most well-known meteorological holiday of the year: Groundhog Day. According to the lore of Groundhog Day, Punxsutawney Phil will declare an early spring or six more weeks of winter depending on the visibi
- Lexington Herald-Leader
Here’s the latest forecast from the National Weather Service Louisville, plus tips for driving safely if you must commute.
- The Pueblo Chieftain
Pueblo County and much of the Eastern Plains are under drought conditions, while the Western Slope has been getting plenty of winter precipitation.
- Ft. Smith Southwest Times Record
Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders declared a state of emergency in Arkansas due to the ice storm. Hazardous roadways covered in ice Tuesday.
A quick but intense blast of Arctic air will barrel into the Northeast later this week to deliver quite a cold shock to the Northeast and neighboring Canada, AccuWeather meteorologists warn. The wave of freezing air will serve as a harsh reminder that it's still the dead of winter despite January producing temperatures of 5-15 degrees above average across the region. "A shift of the polar vortex will be at the heart of the brief cold blast in the Northeast," AccuWeather Chief On-Air Meteorologis
- The Commercial Appeal
Up a half-inch of ice is possible overnight in Memphis overnight Monday into Tuesday. Officials warned slick roads and power outages are possible.
- Sacramento Bee
“Thought someone was beating on the wall with a 2x4 or something.”
- Times Record News
The National Weather Service placed Wichita Falls and parts of North Texas in a Winter Storm Warning from midnight Tuesday until 6 a.m. Thursday. Most counties to the south and east of Wichita Falls …
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Some local outages are expected as ice forms on trees and power lines.
- Fox Weather
3 dead, power outages skyrocket as relentless ice storm wreaks havoc in Texas, mid-South for 3rd day
Another death has been reported in Texas, bringing the death toll to at least three from a crippling ice storm that has plunged more than 230,000 customers into the dark across the Lone Star State.
- Reuters Videos
STORY: Israel is saving its main freshwater reservoir from the effects of climate changeThe Sea of Galilee was being lost to droughtsSo Israel built a chain of desalination plants along its Meditteranean coast They turn seawater into freshwater, to refill the lake when water levels get low(Yoav Barkay, Manager of the national water carrier)"With this environment of climate changes, you don't know what to expect next year and the year afterward. We are standing now in the late January and with very little rainfalls during this winter in Israel, arid winter basically with no rainfall. And we are no longer depending on rain basically for water supply because we know to manage the system and take the extra water, the extra water we produce artificially with desalination plants, and bring it to fill the natural lake if needed."The new system will also allow Israel to double the amount of water it sells to JordanWater was a major component in the 1994 peace treaty between the two nations