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Winter Weather and Blizzards

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  • UCLA basketball: Alford's last game in Utah was a Harvard education

    It’s back to Salt Lake City for UCLA Coach Steve Alford, as his Bruins play Utah on Saturday afternoon. This was the scene of a red-faced moment for Alford … or, a Crimson-faced one. His last game as New Mexico’s coach was seeing...
  • Florida water park guide

    Florida water park guide
    Not only does Florida have spectacular coasts on the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico but the state also has plenty of other opportunities for relaxing, refreshing, renewing H2O fun -- at many water parks around the state. Here's a selection of...
  • Hundreds of school cancellations because of snow

    Hundreds of school cancellations because of snow
    With a major winter storm bearing down on Chicagoland, hundreds of local schools have cancelled classes today. Click here for WGN Radio's updating list of cancellations. Forecasters have predicted between 4 and 8 inches of snow will fall in Chicago by...
  • Winter storm warning issued for Central Md., though snow forecasts dip

    Winter storm warning issued for Central Md., though snow forecasts dip
    Baltimore appears in for its largest snowfall in at least two years. A storm that has dumped as much as a foot of snow across much of the northern Plains and Midwestern states is due to reach the mid-Atlantic overnight Tuesday. Stay tuned here for...
  • Forecast: Cold and Windy

    Forecast: Cold and Windy
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A strong upper wave is bringing some rain and snow to the Ozarks this morning despite limited overall moisture in the atmosphere.  Temperatures are just cold enough behind the front for the rain to change to snow in spots, but...
  • Maryland readying for 'last gasp' winter storm that could cause widespread power outages

    Maryland readying for 'last gasp' winter storm that could cause widespread power outages
    A late-season storm was forecast to bring the first significant snowfall in Baltimore in two years Wednesday, prompting worries about travel difficulties and power outages from the wet, heavy flakes and strong wind. The National Weather Service...
  • Tracking a winter storm in Chicago

    Tracking a winter storm in Chicago
    It may sound like a weather story is easy to cover, but determining how widespread the effects will be for an inconveniently-timed winter storm can be one of the most important deadline issues the Chicago Tribune tackles. The winter weather that...
  • Harford dodges worst of late season snowstorm with mainly rain

    Much of the predicted snowstorm that closed local schools and put highway crews on the alert Wednesday failed to materialize in Harford County. Predictions for snow accumulations fluctuated as the late-winter storm system, known as Winter Storm Saturn,...
  • Winter storm warning canceled, leaving only slight snow accumulations

    Winter storm warning canceled, leaving only slight snow accumulations
    Expectations of a storm to bring the heaviest snow in at least two years for the region have been dialed back as the National Weather Service has canceled its winter storm warning. High winds and wet roads remain a concern. Check here for live blog...
  • Some March snowfalls rank among Baltimore's heaviest on record

    Some March snowfalls rank among Baltimore's heaviest on record
    March snowfall is not uncommon in the Baltimore area, with 2 inches on average during the month. But some storms have dumped much more than that -- though it is typically wet snow that disappears quickly. March storms in 1942, 1892, 1962 and 1993 rank...
  • Wednesday: Warmer weather ahead

    Wednesday: Warmer weather ahead
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Clouds are far more widespread this morning that expected, well west of the storm center now approaching the  Atlantic coast.  Upper energy is still coming in behind it and producing this cloud shield, but it is thin and should break...