Meteorologist Meg McNamara looks at the weather for Friday, Jan. 7.
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- The Providence Journal
Computer models continue to "boost confidence" that Southern New England will get hit with "a high impact winter storm" Saturday.
- The Standard-Times
As the Blizzard of 1978 began, the snow came down in heavy, wind-blown sheets. It didn't stop for days, leaving thousands stranded and without power.
- The Herald-Mail
National Weather Service meteorologists share the forecast for the Tri-State area in regards to the winter storm forecast to start Friday.
- The Weather Network
Special weather statements are already in effect for the development of what is expected to be a very intense winter storm that will impact Atlantic Canada this weekend.
- Akron Beacon Journal
People who went to bed early missed the bulletins at 9 p.m. Wednesday. They woke up to a screeching winter nightmare in 1978.
The unusually cold weather in India's financial capital has amused the internet.
- Cape Cod Times
Cape Cod may get smacked by a powerful storm this weekend that could bring heavy snow, strong winds, coastal flooding and dangerous seas.
A high-impact, powerful winter storm is becoming more likely to affect parts of New England and potentially the Mid-Atlantic states this weekend. Threat level: The storm, now simulated by most of the reliable computer models used as weather forecasting tools, could bring upwards of a foot of snow, blizzard conditions due to high winds and heavy snow and coastal flooding from Long Island to Maine. Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free
If you're heading to Daytona Beach for the race, pack warm.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
One question asked: “Do we have enough power to ensure the lights will stay on if we see another Winter Storm Uri?”
Bone-chilling temperatures across the north-central and northeastern U.S. will set the stage for multiple clipper-type storms to deliver snow early this week as the threat of a larger storm brews.
- The Weather Network
Newfoundland will be dealing with the lingering effects of a system Wednesday, with temperatures cooling down across Atlantic Canada ahead of a potentially strong weekend storm that threatens periods of heavy snow and ice.
- Idaho Statesman
The avalanche swept the skier down the mountain side, park rangers said.
- Charlotte Observer
Past nor’easters have impacted millions of people and caused billions in damages over the years.
FOX 29's Sue Serio has the latest weather updates.
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"It's just odd that he showed up here, but there's tracks all the way back through the woods, so he came from somewhere — we just don't know where."
- The Weather Network
With frigid temperatures in Ontario, ice shelves are forming near the shores of the Great Lakes, containing 'ice volcanoes,' which are hazardous to climb on and should be avoided.
- Reuters Videos
The eruption of Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha'apai volcano on January 15, which sits on the seismically active Pacific Ring of Fire, sent tsunami waves across the Pacific Ocean and was heard some 2,300 kilometers (1,430 miles) away in New Zealand.Photographs from Nomuka on Monday (January 17) and Tuesday (January 18) showed ash coating toppled building structures, and interiors of buildings ridden with debris and damage. In Tungua, boats and classrooms were captured to have weathered damage from the aftermath as well.The eruption was so powerful that space satellites captured not only huge clouds of ash but also an atmospheric shockwave that radiated out from the volcano at close to the speed of sound.
- Delaware Online | The News Journal
The snow is "something to keep an eye on," meteorologist Dean Iovino said, but it's too early to say anything for certain.