Cloudy but cooler as we head into the weekend but still technically warmer than average. Light snow is possible Saturday night into Sunday mostly a dusting to an inch possible. Cloudy and warmer than average to start the week with our next broader system arriving Wednesday. As of now Wednesday looks like light snow but the main snow is focused in central Illinois but worth keeping an eye on.
- The Weather Network
A powerful surge of Arctic air diving south will bring some communities their coldest air in years.
- Sacramento Bee
Rain is forecast to fall across the Sacramento Valley this weekend. Plus, heavy mountain snow could affect mountain travel.
Pacific storms will once again reach the West Coast of the United States after a hiatus over the last couple of weeks. AccuWeather forecasters say that the upcoming storms won't pack quite the same punch as storms in early January. A change in the weather pattern will bring more of a west-to-east flow in the jet stream, which will usher in a string of quick-moving storms from the Pacific Ocean. In general, the storms will deliver moderate amounts of rain and mountain snow compared to the extreme
- Democrat and Chronicle
During Rochester winters, many car owners may be asking: How often should I start my car to warm it up?
An adventurous Texan decided to take his fanboat on the ice-covered road of North Texas. Earlier this week, a winter storm swept across the state of Texas. According to the Dallas Morning News, North Texas got an inch and a half of sleet on Tuesday and freezing rain on Wednesday. Hundreds of thousands of people are without electricity, and thousands of flights have been canceled. Texas’ roads are also in a state of disarray, with plenty of roads impassable by car.
- AZCentral | The Arizona Republic
An elderly Arizona couple and their dog were rescued Thursday after spending two nights trapped in snow and ice. Here's what to know about winter driving.
- The Bulletin
Get ready for cold weather this weekend
Thousands of frustrated Texans shivered in homes without power for a second day Thursday, most of them around booming Austin, and fading hopes of a quick fix stirred grim memories of a deadly 2021 blackout after an icy winter storm across the southern U.S.
Arctic blast threatens negative-50ºF temperatures in New England, while Texas power grid is again sputtering
Rising temperatures offered some hope Friday for frustrated Texans days after they lost power — and in many cases heat — in a deadly winter storm, while a new wave of frigid weather rolling into the Northeast led communities to close schools and open warming centers. Wind chills in some higher elevations of the Northeast could punch below minus 50º (minus 45º Celsius) as an Arctic front swept in from Canada, forecasters said. In Texas, officials in Austin compared damage from fallen trees and iced-over power lines to tornadoes as they came under criticism for slow repairs and shifting timelines to restore power.
- Sacramento Bee
Weather app forecasts showed snow in the Sacramento area.
- Fox Weather
Unfathomable cold from polar vortex: Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, could hit -110 degrees wind chill
Hurricane-force wind gusts will peak as high as 140 mph. Temperatures will plunge to life-threatening values, with the wind chill dropping to nearly 110 degrees below zero.
- Sacramento Bee
Travel delays are expected.
- Fox Business
Four months after Hurricane Ian, homeowners and business owners are still struggling to remove boats that traveled several miles during the storm.
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Massachusetts is bracing for the arrival of an arctic blast that's bringing wind chills as low as 40-below zero.
- Robb Report
Here's how rising temperatures around the world will affect your future ski holidays.
- USA TODAY
Ice storm death toll rises to 10 in South; 460K without power; New England braces for 'once in a generation' wind chills: Updates
As much of the South started to slowly defrost, the Northeast braced for an arctic blast expected to plunge temperatures below zero in some spots.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -The U.S. Northeast braced on Thursday for a historic deep freeze, with wind chills expected to plunge to the equivalent of -50 degrees Fahrenheit (-46 Celsius) in some spots, while freezing rain in the South left thousands without power and turned roadways into ice rinks. Dangerous wind chills were likely in an area stretching from northern Pennsylvania to Maine starting early on Friday and through Saturday evening, the National Weather Service said in its forecast. "The wind chills have the potentially to be once-in-a- generation cold," the weather service said, urging people to either stay indoors or take precautions against frostbite and hypothermia.
- Fox Weather
High voltage line in Austin, Texas goes up in flames due to the weight of ice. Ice Storm Warnings in the Lone Star State are in effect through Thursday morning.
- Associated Press
Thousands of frustrated Texans shivered in homes without power for a second day Thursday, most of them around booming Austin, and fading hopes of a quick fix stirred grim memories of a deadly 2021 blackout after an icy winter storm across the southern U.S. The freeze has been blamed for at least 10 traffic deaths on slick roads this week in Texas, Arkansas and Oklahoma. Wind chills could dive below minus 50 (minus 45 Celsius).