Next Weather: WBZ Midday Update For March 3
Jacob Wycoff has your latest weather forecast.
A series of mega-storms throughout March has brought snow to Mammoth Mountain in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains, burying homes, cars and businesses. Earlier this week, 20.7 inches fell in 24 hours at Mammoth Mountain, surpassing the all-time season snowfall record, according to the UC Berkeley Snow Lab, with more than 700 inches for the season. People were out shoveling snow off roofs and trying to keep roads passable with windy conditions.
Following a remarkable winter in which back-to-back “atmospheric rivers” pummeled the West Coast, California’s snowpack levels have climbed to an all-time high, according to state meteorologists. The state’s average snow-water equivalent — the amount of water contained in a snowpack — soared to 236 percent of seasonal norms on Thursday, surpassing a 1982-1983 record, the California Department…
Another early-spring storm is set to take an adventurous journey across the U.S. next week, unleashing a variable wrath of impacts from rain and snow in the Northwest to another budding severe weather outbreak in the South to heavy snow in the northern Plains and Upper Midwest.
The forecast for an intense, severe weather outbreak Friday covering tens of millions across a large swath of the country has turned even more dangerous as the risk for severe weather was upgraded to its highest level, with a level 5 out 5 on NOAA's Storm Prediction Center’s scale.
Just when we thought we were over the rain, Southern California dealt with cold weather, sinkholes opening and debris flows Wednesday.
A storm system that will produce severe weather in the Mississippi Valley will also generate snow showers in the Upper Midwest and Northern plains.
Bogus Basin could still pick up another two feet of snow this weekend while Boise is edging closer to yet another cold record.
The Athletics department will plan a watch party at Carver-Hawkeye Arena should the team advance to the national championship game Sunday.
Rescuers were called after reports of a fall.
Several homes were damaged and injuries have been reported after a strong tornado swept through the suburbs of Little Rock, Arkansas on Friday afternoon.
Latest storm could bring high winds, hail and tornadoes to southern Wisconsin while multiple rounds of snow are expected up north.
The latest forecast shows clearing conditions Thursday afternoon, with dry air and warmer temperatures moving into the area by the weekend.
According to weather data analyzed by The Times, it really has been the drabbest winter Southern Californians have lived through recently.
A significant tornado outbreak is underway in the South and Midwest, as more than 28 million people are under a tornado watch, according to the National Weather Service. A "catastrophic" tornado has already moved through the metro area of Little Rock, Arkansas, according to the NWS. Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders declared a state of emergency due to Friday's severe weather and activated the National Guard to assist state and local law enforcement.
Oklahomans might have a chance to see northern lights after a severe geomagnetic storm created auroras that were visible as far south as Arizona.
Snow levels are expected to drop Friday night from 3,000 feet to 1,500 feet, with the possibility of some snow accumulating as low as 500 feet.
What may be a series of severe storms is predicted to hit states all over the U.S. Midwest, Central Plains, and the South beginning Friday. This includes the risk of thunderstorms and even tornadoes extending through the next couple weeks.
The storm is expected to arrive Friday evening, according to the National Weather Service.
Southern California on Friday will see more sunshine and cooler temperatures as no rain is expected for the next few days.
Rounds of rain expected in the Twin Cities on Friday, but there will be some large breaks. Regardless, certainly damp, chilly, and turning windy. Our rain switches to snow around or just after sunset with several inches likely Friday night.