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- The Providence Journal
Forecasters are watching the possibility that a storm could bring snow, gusty winds and coastal flooding to Southern New England Friday into Saturday.
- Naples Daily News
Severe weather and a tornado confirmed by the NWS moved through Southwest Florida early Sunday morning, leaving behind power outages and storm damage.
A winter storm is forecast to dive southward across the Rocky Mountains early this week to produce a wide swath of several inches of snow along with teeth-chattering conditions. This storm will likely cause slippery travel conditions in cities such as Denver and reduced visibility across some major highways. "A stationary front extending southward from southwestern Canada will bring rounds of snow to the northern and central Rockies Monday night into Tuesday night," said AccuWeather Meteorologis
As waves of cold air continue to bring bone-chilling conditions into the north-central and northeastern United States, one or more storms from Canada will bring the chance for snow to over 50 million people over the coming days and even another major winter storm that could impact the East Coast by this weekend. The combination of a southward dip in the jet stream, that is unleashing cold air from central Canada to the north-central and northeastern U.S., and a series of disturbances from the no
- The Weather Network
Drop it like it's (not) hot.
- Akron Beacon Journal
Winter weather advisory in effect through 7 p.m. for most of northern Ohio; up to 6 inches of snow expected
Power outages were reported in downtown Akron as well as cars stuck on Akron city streets. Up to 6 inches of snow is expected.
- Democrat and Chronicle
With temperatures plunging during the next few days, many car owners are asking: How often should I start my car to warm it up?
The government in Turkmenistan has announced that it plans to close the Gates of Hell. The burning gas crater has been on fire for the past several decades, following an incident with a Soviet drilling operation in the early 1970s. Now, the government appears to be looking for ways to put it out. The Turkmenistan … The post This gas crater has been on fire for 50 years – now there’s a plan to extinguish it appeared first on BGR.
- Miami Herald
Baby, it’s cold outside. Like hot chocolate and churros cold.
- Akron Beacon Journal
Two Summit County communities saw 19 inches of snow fall in latest storm. Here are some snowfall totals from across the region.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
A look at photos of the fire, which was 25% contained Sunday morning.
- USA TODAY
Hundreds remained evacuated from the California coast as a wildfire burned up from a canyon near Big Sur, shutting part of the Pacific Coast Highway.
- LA Times
A magnitude 3.2 earthquake was reported Sunday morning about 12 miles from Hollister, Calif., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
- Akron Beacon Journal
The National Weather Service warns road conditions could quickly deteriorate Monday afternoon before the snow moves out of the region.
- The Oklahoman
With temperatures as low as 21, up to 2 inches of snow are expected Tuesday and Wednesday in parts of Oklahoma. Forecasters just aren't sure where.
Chicagoans were treated to an unusual icy spectacle this month as frigid waves of cold air moved across the region. Sightings of ice pancakes could be seen covering much of the Chicago shoreline on Lake Michigan. This time of year, which is notoriously known for bitterly cold air across the northern United States, these ice pancakes, or other peculiarities like ice bites or ice balls, can appear on bodies of water such as rivers, lakes or oceans. As the UK Met Office explained, "they require spe
- Raleigh News and Observer
The Triangle is changing quickly, but these five locations demonstrate the best and worst of what’s to come.
East Asia will suffer severe rainfalls unlike anything in the past if global warming persists, scientists from Japan’s University of Tsukuba say in a new study. Such rainfalls, according to the researchers, will be the result of “long, narrow bands of concentrated vapor” called atmospheric rivers, which form as more water is transported through the air. “Atmospheric rivers will bring unprecedented extreme rainfall over East Asia under global warming,” the researchers wrote in their study, which was published in Geophysical Research Letters in December 2021.
- The Register-Guard
An air stagnation advisory is in effect for most of western Oregon and southwest Washington through Wednesday afternoon.
The eruption earlier this month showered the Pacific nation in ash and triggered a tsunami.