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Cold, Wintry Blast to Impact the Eastern States; Air Quality Issues Continue in the Northwest

The Arctic Storm that has impacted the Central U.S. will now move into the East with the potential for record cold temperatures, gusty winds, and widespread areas of snow or rain and snow mixed. Heavy lake effect snows will continue for some Great Lakes areas. Meanwhile, in the West, record warmth continues; and stagnant air remains entrenched in the Northwest. Read More >

With the snow is officially out of the area, here is a map of the snowfall totals based on the reports we have received so far today. Have a snowfall amount to pass on to us? Feel free to let us know your snowfall total (to the nearest tenth of an inch), location, and any pictures you may have taken!
Record low temperature records are in jeopardy tonight at all 3 of our official climate sites! Lows tonight should drop to near 10 degrees across much of the area. Stay warm!
Temperatures 30-35 degrees below normal are expected tonight through Tuesday. Look for lows tonight to bottom out in the single digits to low teens. These temperatures combined with the winds will make it feel generally 0 to -5F. Stay bundled up and dress in layers if you have to go outside for any length of time.