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The system should wind down in the afternoon tomorrow (Monday) and we'll see some sun, said Jim Mathews meteorologist with National Weather Service in Sacramento...The forecast calls for 0.10 to 0.25 of an inch of precipitation for Sacramento, with
Meteorologist Johnny Burg said freezing levels of about 7,500 feet in the Central Cascades and 6,000 feet in the North Cascades will add to the flooding potential, because this is all coming down as rain, not snow, and flowing right into the rivers.
Spring is near, but winter not gone yet / Globe Correspondent / March 8, 2014 Temperatures are expected near 50 in Boston and higher for southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island today, so winter is more or less over, right?...Sunday will
With sunny skies and temperatures expected in the 50s, a scaled-down Polar Bear Plunge was scheduled at Sandy Point State Park in Annapolis on Saturday afternoon after the Special Olympics Maryland fundraiser was canceled in January for the first
Taipei, March 8 (CNA) Much of Taiwan is in for a mostly wet and relatively cold weekend as a weather front passes the island later Saturday, followed by a cold air mass that will bring northern Taiwan's temperatures down to as low as 12 degrees
A winter weather advisory is in effect until 8 p.m. today for many mountain ranges above 9,000 feet, including Grand and Battlement mesas and the Gore, Elk, West Elk and Sawatch Mountains, according to the National Weather Service in Grand Junction.
The rest of the time should be above-normal temperatures and sunshine. The normal high temperatures for Denver run from 50 F at the beginning of the month to 58 at the end of March. As of the beginning of March, we are at about the same place
State legislator urges Christie to help NJ towns with snow removal costs Wednesday March 5, 2014, 7:38 PM Citing a harsh winter that has already dumped more than 60 inches of snow on parts of the region, state Senate Budget and Appropriations
Denver got another dose of precipitation overnight, leaving the roads wet and slushy in some spots for the Wednesday morning commute. Denver weather forecasters with the National Weather Service predicted the possibility for 3 to 5 inches of
Today will be the ninth consecutive day with temperatures not getting above average...A clipper does appear to pass just north of central Indiana Wednesday. There could be a few flurries or snow showers from Lafayette to Kokomo to Muncie northward.