Off and on storms now and into Sunday. Record warmth, colder by Monday.
- The Providence Journal
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for a storm Friday into Saturday that could bring 8 to 18 inches of snow.
- Lohud | The Journal News
The National Weather Service is calling for snow to hit parts of New York, and the closer you live to the coast, the more you'll see.
- Foster's Daily Democrat
Communities on the coast like Portsmouth, Rye and Hampton, or York, Maine, are likely to see the most snowfall.
A southward plunge of Arctic air will reach all the way down into Florida, sending temperatures in the Sunshine State tumbling to the lowest levels in years there. AccuWeather forecasters warn that both crops and decades-old records could be in jeopardy from this frigid blast. Temperatures in some areas could reach their lowest marks in more than 80 years, while other locations could break daily record low readings. In some places, the frigid weather could cause iguanas to fall out of trees. Fre
- York Daily Record
The coastal storm is expected to deliver one for the history books in the Northeast. But its impact on central Pa. is difficult to predict.
- The Topeka Capital-Journal
After seeing below-average snowfall so far this cold-weather season, Topeka is looking at the potential for wintry precipitation next week.
- USA TODAY
An Orlando meteorologist is warning Florida's cold weather forecast may bring a phenomenon southerners know well: stunned iguanas falling from trees.
- Bucks County Courier Times
The National Weather Service is calling for snow to hit Pennsylvania, and the closer you live to the coast, the more you'll see.
Locals spend the night preparing for a powerful nor'easter that is expected to bring several inches of snow along with whipping winds from Friday to Saturday.
- TCPalm | Treasure Coast Newspapers
It snowed in Miami on Jan. 19, 1977. Could it happen again, as temperatures plunge and Artic door blasts Florida?
- The Enterprise
The National Weather Service's Boston office is predicting 18 to 24 inches of snow for the Brockton area this weekend.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
For generations of Milwaukeeans, it was just "the blizzard." It struck 75 years ago, dumping so much snow that plows were stranded where they stood.
- Miami Herald
The coldest air in more than 11 years is almost here, South Florida.
- Cape Cod Times
A juggernaut of a storm, packing high winds and a boatload of snow may be headed for Cape Cod this weekend.
- Bradenton Herald
There could be some very chilly pirates at Gasparilla this weekend. Here’s how low the temps could get.
- Tallahassee Democrat
Widespread frost and freezing conditions will be possible starting Friday night, with the coldest temperatures expected to arrive Saturday night.
A major nor'easter is knocking on the door of New England and the latest forecasts show this storm could pack a big enough punch to make its way into Boston's top snowstorms on record. The National Weather Service (NWS) in Boston has already started to prepare for the winter storm by changing meteorologists' typical nine-hour shifts to 12-hour shifts. "You could be there for 12 hours plus," Andrew Loconto, Lead Meteorologist at the NWS Boston office, told AccuWeather in an interview. The Boston
- Asheville Citizen-Times
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