A snowstorm struck parts of western and northern New York, with nearly 2 feet of snow on the ground in some places. The National Weather Service warned more snow is expected to hit New York, northern Michigan and Pennsylvania through Sunday. (Nov. 18) (AP Video: Carolyn Thompson)
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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration believes classic La Niña conditions could take hold in December, with below-average temperatures expected in the northern tier of the country and much of the South escaping the onslaught of Old Man Winter.
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Washington is expected to receive heavy amounts of snow, earlier than you might think. Here’s what you need to know about the forecast.
As residents of the Upper Midwest dig out from a winter storm that brought several inches of snow on Tuesday, another is on the way later this week which will slow travel and have many reaching for their shovels again, AccuWeather forecasters say. A general 4 to 8 inches of snow fell over the Twin Cities earlier this week. While that area will avoid the heaviest accumulations with the next round of snow, some folks in parts of the Upper Midwest and northern Plains will find themselves digging ou
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A deadly severe weather outbreak produced at least 40 reports of tornadoes that stretched across four states in the South on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, and new information is being learned about those who were killed in the storms.
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"This is a rare time where we have two eruptions happening simultaneously," said a spokesperson for Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
- Idaho Statesman
Some Idaho ski resorts will pick up plenty of snow to add to their totals the rest of the week.
- Sacramento Bee
“Definitely the time of year to be deer aware!”
Friday will start out drier, but rain/snow and wet snow will increase and will produce some more areas of accumulating snow.
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The storm system is expected to weaken as it moves into Southern California, but the Sierra Nevada could see 1 to 3 feet of snow.
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The National Weather Service issued tornado and thunderstorm warnings in the South and Central U.S. as severe weather swept across the country.
- Bradenton Herald
The latest red tide numbers are out for Manatee and Sarasota beaches.
An Alabama community seems to have been 'wiped off the map' by extreme storms and tornadoes, a local emergency official said
Severe weather ripped through parts of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana late Tuesday into Wednesday.
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Weather timeline: Northern California rain, snow to impact Thursday morning commute. Here’s what to expect
Some much-needed rain and snow are coming to Northern California on Thursday. KCRA 3's weather team is calling Thursday a Weather Impact Day for the travel impacts in the Sierra. The past couple of weeks have been mostly dry, and this weather system could bring more snow to the Sierra and some much-needed moisture to keep vegetation from drying out. Learn more: https://www.kcra.com/article/northern-california-rain-snow-nov-30-2022/42109278
Two storms will drop southward along the Pacific coast into this weekend and bring heavy rain and mountain snow to a large part of California, AccuWeather meteorologists say. The first storm already brought the first measurable snowfall of the season to Seattle on Tuesday with just under an inch falling into the afternoon hours. The storm, which focused on the Washington and northern Oregon Cascades on Wednesday, ended up dumping up to a few feet of snow over the high country in the region with
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Tires on hundreds of SUVs have been deflated by climate activists who want to make it 'impossible to own a huge polluting 4x4'
Nearly 900 vehicles have had their tires let down this week in an organized global campaign stretching from New York to Amsterdam.
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A front threatened to drive severe thunderstorms and tornadoes across the south-central U.S. Long-track tornadoes could produce wind gusts of 165 mph.
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The incident highlights the problem of feeding alligators in coastal areas where people live.
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Florida’s homeowners shell out thousands, even tens of thousands, for property insurance to protect themselves from fierce storms like Hurricane Ian.
- Tacoma News Tribune
Yes, more snow is likely on the way. See what’s predicted.