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Storms and Colder Air for the Northeast, But Springlike in the Plains and Rockies
Storms and Colder Air for the Northeast, But Springlike in the Plains and Rockies
January 23, 2015; 11:12 AM
A major winter storm will bring heavy rain and snow through the East tonight and tomorrow, followed by a weaker storm later this weekend spreading snow from the Midwest to the mid-Atlantic.
Strong Storm Targeting Mid-Atlantic and New England With Rain and Snow
Strong Storm Targeting Mid-Atlantic and New England With Rain and Snow
January 22, 2015; 11:05 AM
A storm organizing along the Texas Coast will spread heavy rain across the South into the Southeast, with rain and some snow for the mid-Atlantic and New England late Friday into Saturday.
Changes Bring Southern Stream Storm Northeastward Friday-Saturday
Changes Bring Southern Stream Storm Northeastward Friday-Saturday
January 21, 2015; 11:25 AM
A storm coming through Texas tomorrow will head for the Carolina coast Saturday morning, spreading rain and some snow into the mid-Atlantic states and parts of New England Friday night and Saturday.
Northern Branch Dominates This Week, but a Change Toward Colder Weather Awaits Next Week
Northern Branch Dominates This Week, but a Change Toward Colder Weather Awaits Next Week
January 19, 2015; 11:26 AM
The northern branch of the jet stream will dominate for the next week, meaning no big storms and very little arctic air. Changes toward a colder pattern are in the wings for next week.
January Thaw Will Gradually Be Replaced by More and More Arctic Air
January Thaw Will Gradually Be Replaced by More and More Arctic Air
January 16, 2015; 11:07 AM
Much of the country will have a mild weekend, enough to call it a January Thaw. As we go through next week, though, the mild air will gradually get replaced by more and more arctic air over time.
Inactive Weather Pattern Showing Signs of a Flip to a More Active One
Inactive Weather Pattern Showing Signs of a Flip to a More Active One
January 15, 2015; 11:10 AM
The weather pattern pattern will remain relatively quiet through the weekend, though the Northwest will be wet, and the Sunday will end stormy in the Northeast. A bigger storm is lurking for later next week.
Big Storm Later Next Week or No Storm?
Big Storm Later Next Week or No Storm?
January 14, 2015; 12:40 PM
Long-range computer models are hinting at a strong storm later next week, one that could spread snow from the southern Plains to the Northeast. Some models, however, have essentially no storm.
An 'Arctic Light' Pattern, Mainly for the Northeast
An 'Arctic Light' Pattern, Mainly for the Northeast
January 13, 2015; 11:01 AM
While not as cold as last week, this week remains fairly cold from the northern Plains and Midwest to the Northeast, with a couple of additional arctic pushes coming in the next week.
A Relatively Quiet Week in the Dead of Winter
A Relatively Quiet Week in the Dead of Winter
January 12, 2015; 11:08 AM
We are close to the coldest period on average across the country, and despite the presence of arctic air, there will be surprisingly little winter weather or big storms in the week ahead.
Despite the Bitter Cold, Not a Lot of Wintry Precipitation
Despite the Bitter Cold, Not a Lot of Wintry Precipitation
January 08, 2015; 11:25 AM
Bitter arctic air covers the eastern half of the country, and it will stay very cold into the weekend. Despite the cold, it's not a stormy weather pattern, and there won't be a lot of snow and ice.

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