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  1. Snow storm to hit Kentucky after warmer temperaturesRead the original story

    34 min ago | WXIX-TV Cincinnati

    Weather forecasters say rains will turn to snow, sleet or freezing rain by Wednesday afternoon in much of the state. The National Weather Service says colder air moving into Kentucky will bring on the winter storm, dumping up to 12 inches of snow in areas around Louisville down to Elizabethtown and east to Frankfort and Lexington.

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  2. Balmy temperatures today ahead of snowstorm expected overnightRead the original story w/Photo

    59 min ago | The Washington Post

    Today: Mostly cloudy, showers. Highs: 43-50. Tonight: Rain increasingly likely, changing to snow.

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  3. March storm heads east after dumping snow on Upper MidwestRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Star-Telegram.com

    New England residents already buried in snow can expect another wintry blast as a March storm races across the U.S. The National Weather Service said a storm system that swept across parts of the Great Plains and Upper Midwest on Tuesday should move into Maine, Massachusetts, eastern New York and New Jersey by Wednesday. The system will dip through the mid-Atlantic region, including Washington, D.C., and North Carolina, and extend into Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas, southern Oklahoma and northeastern Texas.

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  4. Weather History: Mar. 4: Record temps, storms, snow, tornadoes & tropicsRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Examiner.com

    ... 29A at Palm Springs, CA; their lowest temperature on record for March. This also occurred on 3/13/1936. A ferocious blizzard that began on the 3rd struck the mid-Atlantic and northeast. Some snowfall totals included 17 inches at Roanoke, VA and 18 ...

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  5. Brasch WordsIN a Pennsylvania Town, a Cold Shoulder for the Freezing HomelessRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | American Reporter

    ... and we're fine again. We're used to this kind of weather. That's because anyone who's my age or older remembers the Blizzard of '78, when schools and businesses were closed for a week. I remember my dad putting on his cross-country skis and skiing ...

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  6. Fast-moving storm dumps snow in parts of Upper MidwestRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Marshall Independent

    ... The storm dropped up to 6.5 inches of snow in western Minnesota, while far eastern South Dakota got 3 inches. But blizzard warnings for Minnesota and South Dakota were lifted. Meteorologist Jim Taggart with the National Weather Service in ...

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  7. Rain Wednesday, then up to 8 inches of snow by Thursday in 'one-two punch,' forecasters sayRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Newsday

    In what the National Weather Service calls "a one-two punch," a snowstorm that turned to rain overnight will change back to snow Wednesday night and could bring up to 8 inches of the unwelcome powder for Thursday morning's commute. The service has issued a winter weather advisory in effect on Tuesday until midnight, and a winter storm watch, in effect Wednesday evening into Thursday evening.

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  8. Willoughby: Outlook improves for water throughout ColoradoRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Denver Post

    In this era of erratic winter weather, the wild swings are not limited to temperature and precipitation. The roller coaster ride also extends to the spring runoff.

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  9. Some want snowfall record, some want springRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Boston.com

    ... rail. "Maybe 10 inches or more, so it will stand for a long time, and maybe never even be broken again." During the Blizzard of 1978, Governor Michael S. Dukakis was the only politician in the state who showed up at work. How is he weathering the ...

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  10. Georgetown, Scott Co. make changes to prepare better for snowRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | WKYT

    A band of heavy rain continues to sink southward into the region. We will have to keep a close eye on this later this evening into tonight.

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  11. Column: Even snow-lover is ready for meltdownRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 26 | Cape Cod Times

    After being trapped inside for a few days after Blizzard #1, I was reduced to offering my teenage son 20 bucks if he'd take me down the road for a drive. I was only half-kidding, which meant I was half-serious and he knew it.

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  12. Campaign 2012TOO Close to CallRead the original story

    Nov 6, 2012 | American Reporter

    It would be too facile to say that Hurricane Sandy was Mother Nature's revenge for the silence of Mitt Romney and President Obama on climate change during the presidential debates. Had one of those gentlemen taken our suggestion to address the issue, that might well have been a game-changing factor on Nov. 6. But will this massive, deadly storm that's taken at least t50 lives and has left millions without lights even tonight make a difference in the presidential election? It's too late in the game for both candidates, but if President Obama wins a second term, he would do well to make dealing with climate change as big a priority as health care reform was in his first term.

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  13. On Native GroundVERMONT Takes on the Concept of Corporate PersonhoodRead the original story

    Feb 2, 2011 | American Reporter

    ... and heaters at their homes and businesses. KOB-TV Weather in Albuquerque reported that starting this evening blizzard conditions could hit the north central and northeastern regions of New Mexico. Wind conditions were forecast at 28-50 m.p.h. with ...

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  14. On Native GroundOBAMA Wavers, and Democracy Hangs in the BalanceRead the original story

    Dec 10, 2010 | American Reporter

    A storm over the Northwest that started the week will spread a zone of snow and ice over the southeastern United States Wednesday into Thursday. While the storm will not be a powerhouse like the weekend blizzard that sopped trafic and most other activity in the Midwest - even causing the Minneapolis Metrodome's roof to collapse and forcing the New York Giants and Minnesota Vikings to move their game to Detroit on Monday, authorities say even the expected couple of inches of snow or a thin coating of ice can mean dangerous travel and canceled plans.

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  15. Wintry mix, then rain overnight in first part of 'one-two punch'Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Newsday

    On Tuesday morning, March 3, 2015, News 12 Long Island meteorologist Rich Hoffman has a look at the forecast. On Tuesday morning, March 3, 2015, News 12 Long Island meteorologist Rich Hoffman has a look at the forecast.

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  16. Bulletin board, Wednesday, March 4, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Pocono Record

    ... Center, 8050 Running Valley Road, Stroudsburg. Huge flocks of Snow Geese in flight sometimes create a “blizzard” of birds. Environmental Educator Brian Hardiman will lead this trip to observe this stunning spectacle of nature. The ...

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  17. New Bedford City Councilors raise snow concerns at airportRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | SouthCoastToday.com

    ... - to share strategies. D'Leon said runways were open by late Monday afternoon after the Presidents' Day weekend blizzard that dropped 20 inches of snow on the city overnight into Sunday, Feb. 15. “I know that the staff is working as hard as ...

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  18. Storm provided a commute to rememberRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The WSU Signpost

    Students head into the Shepherd Union Tuesday morning after a difficult commute to Weber State's campus. Tuesday's snowstorm seemed to affect nearly everyone on campus.

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  19. MBTA estimates storm costs at $36.5 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | WWLP

    ... transportation department $4.9 million and there have been 25 storm events so far in fiscal year 2015. He said the blizzard dubbed Juno cost $21 million. In fiscal 2015, which began July 1, 2014, the state has so far used 555,000 tons of salt, 1.4 ...

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  20. Rental Car Shortage in Boston? Blame the Brutal WinterRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Boston.com

    ... centers, a lot of cars are tied up as replacement vehicles for people finally bringing their cars into the shop for blizzard-induced damage. "Many of our rental cars had been sitting unused during the peak of the snow storm, so now there is ...

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