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Widespread Winter Weather from Eastern Storm to Wind Down Overnight; Heavy Rainfall to Continue Across the Southeast; Southwest To See More Snow Through Friday

Areas of heavy snow and ice are ongoing from Minnesota into the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast will taper off overnight as the storm shifts into eastern Canada. To the south, heavy rainfall will continue river flooding and the risk for flash flooding from the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys to the Deep South on and off through this coming weekend. Snow returns to the Southwest with another storm. Read More >

 

Severe Thunderstorms & Tornadoes

The following summaries cover "significant" or widespread thunderstorm outbreaks and tornadoes. Tornadoes, hail, wind damage, and flooding impacts can be found in these summaries. If the event was focused mainly on flooding it will be found under the "Flooding" section.


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Flooding

The following summaries cover "significant" or widespread flooding. River and flash flooding can be found in these summaries. If the flooding event accompanied severe thunderstorms or tornado outbreaks, it will likely be included in that event's summary under the "Thunderstorms / Tornadoes" section.

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Winter Storms

The following summaries cover "significant" or widespread winter storms. Heavy snow, sleet, freezing rain, and blizzards can be found in these summaries. If the event focused on wind chills, it will be found under the "Heat / Cold" section.


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Extreme Heat & Cold

The following summaries cover "significant" or widespread high heat or extreme cold. Dangerous wind chills and life threatening heat indices can be found in these summaries. If the extreme temperatures were associated with a summer or winter storm, it may be found under the "Thunderstorms & Tornadoes" or "Winter" sections. These events tend to more "rare" compared to others, and has not been broken into yearly sections. 

Other Events

The following summaries cover events that don't fall under the other categories - such as high wind events (not associated with thunderstorms). Other atmospheric events, such as auroras, may be found here.