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Winter weather advisory issued for region

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Thu.

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35° /37°
Drop 90%

Fri.

partlycloudyday
16° /27°

Sat.

snow
14° /31°
Drop 20%

Sun.

partlycloudyday
19° /37°

Mon.

partlycloudyday
21° /35°

Tue.

partlycloudyday
23° /37°

Snow could be moderate to heavy for a few hours in the morning.

A second storm could drop significant snow in the southern Mid-Atlantic late Friday into Saturday.

Rain tonight could change to wet snow early Thursday morning with some accumulation possible.

Temperatures may tickle 50 tomorrow. That's as warm as they'll be for a while.


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Neither snow threat looks particularly serious at the moment, but both are worth monitoring

In 2021, North America was at the epicenter of some of the most intense weather and climate extremes in recorded history.

  • Scott Duncan
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Tonga said the “unprecedented disaster” had generated tsunami waves of up to 49 feet and destroyed all of the houses on Mango island.

Snow chance Thursday morning is minor, while the weekend storm is still uncertain.

  • Matt Rogers
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Thousands of people are experiencing power outages as a winter storm brought snow and ice to several East Coast states.

Sunday's storm produced 2 to 3 inches across the region, pushing the January total to 12.1 inches, the most since 2016.

More than 80 million people were under winter weather alerts from Mississippi to Maine.

Winds through tonight could gust to over 40 mph.

Very windy on Monday with a few snow showers possible early

The eruption of Hunga Tonga was among the most spectacular displays caught by a weather satellite.

Dangerous roads anticipated Sunday evening

The advisory means people should move off the beach and out of harbors, but widespread inundation was not expected.

We will see the full gambit of precipitation types tomorrow as a powerful coastal storm moves through.

  • Greg Porter
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A foot of snow is possible along the Appalachians on Sunday, with an ice storm in South Carolina

Mid-winter chill leads us into a storm that promises a mishmash of precipitation types.

Expect hazardous travel conditions Sunday evening in the D.C. area as snow changes to ice.

The best skiing of the season is on tap for the holiday weekend.

Arctic air is spilling into the region as a storm system gathers and moves our way.

Nashville could see another half foot of snow, with more than a foot in the Appalachians.

2021 marked the fourth-warmest year for the United States.

  • Katharine Hayhoe
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At a Glance

Thu.

snow
35° /37°
Drop 90%

Fri.

partlycloudyday
16° /27°

Sat.

snow
14° /31°
Drop 20%

Sun.

partlycloudyday
19° /37°

Mon.

partlycloudyday
21° /35°

Tue.

partlycloudyday
23° /37°
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