WATCH: COLD Blast Tonight Brings Triad & Foothills Rain/Mix Chances, Winter Weather Advisory & A Wind Chill Advisory In The Mountains
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Dramatic footage of tsunami hitting the Pacific island of Tonga after a giant underwater volcano erupted
The massive eruption under the Pacific ocean was just 40 miles away from Tonga. Footage on social media shows people fleeing the waves.
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Weather Channel personality known for being in the worst storms tweeted in-car video on the Great Smoky Mountains Expressway.
The storm will start as snow, but gradually change to rain
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Three to six inches of snow is possible for south central Pennsylvania, according to AccuWeather.com.
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Four states on the East Coast have declared a state of emergency ahead of a large snowstorm expected to hit Southern and Eastern states Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend.Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia all declared a state of emergency on Friday in advance of the storm.Winter storm warnings from the National Weather Service (NWS) will remain in effect for multiple states into Monday.The snowstorm is expected to bring "...
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Experienced surfers would consider the waves reaching the West Coast barely high enough to qualify as swells.
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New reports are showing that the Shenandoah Valley will most likely be seeing some snow come Sunday.
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“Widespread black ice” is also possible early Monday, Jan. 17.
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via TwitterA tsunami slammed into the Pacific island nation of Tonga on Saturday after an underwater volcano eruption sent waves barreling as far away as Oregon.The incredible eruption was captured on satellite imagery and could be seen from space. “Perhaps the most violent, explosive volcanic eruption ever observed on satellite,” meteorologist and atmospheric scientist Matthew Cappucci tweeted. “Plumes to 100,000 feet, an outward explosion of gravity waves, an enormous mass of pyrocumulonimbus/
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The latest computer models show a winter storm bringing snow, sleet, freezing rain and rain to central Pennsylvania on Sunday.
A tsunami advisory was issued for coastal California and nearby regions on Saturday, January 15, after an underwater volcano eruption occurred near Tonga hours prior.Footage filmed by Pacifica resident Savannah Peterson shows sea foam and waves crashing along the beachfront on Saturday morning.“I regularly shoot wave footage here but I have never seen anything like this tsunami,” Peterson told Storyful.The National Weather Service forecast tsunami waves of one to three feet, which may also coincide with high tide. Low-lying areas such as harbors and shallow waters were expected to see minor to moderate flooding, the agency said.Tsunami warnings were also issued for areas in the pacific, including Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. Credit: Savannah Peterson via Storyful
An undersea volcano erupted in spectacular fashion near the Pacific nation of Tonga on Saturday, triggered a rare Tsunami advisory for the Northern California coast.
Here's your FOX 5 Weather forecast for this weekend.
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A major winter storm is sweeping across much of the nation and millions are bracing for snow, ice and freezing temperatures.
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Here are the latest winter weather predictions for the Columbia and Lexington areas.
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The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for the Upstate, with up to 12 inches possible north of I-85.
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Tow bans issued for 21 Iowa counties as spotters report more than 7 inches of snow in Des Moines metro
The forecast called for up to 11 inches of snow for most of central Iowa Friday. Here's the latest on the winter storm from road closures to updates.
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Winter advisories issued for Monroe County. What to expect as winter storm moves into area.
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With a storm around the corner, the debate about leaving windshield wipers up or down before snowfall or ice resurfaces.
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Evacuations are not advised.