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Winter Weather and Blizzards

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  • Spring splits, but fortunately not for long

    Spring splits, but fortunately not for long
    After a brief fling with springlike weather, which saw temperatures early last week climb above 70 degrees, winter made an unwelcome return Monday to the Southland. For the most part, the south and southwest suburbs didn't see snowfall as significant as...
  • APNewsBreak: Massachusetts seeks disaster aid for snow

    Massachusetts will seek a federal disaster declaration for the record-setting snowstorms that wreaked havoc on the state and piled up what state officials estimate to be $400 million in snow removal costs and other damage, Gov. Charlie Baker's...
  • Snowstorm exits; midweek warm-up ahead

    Snowstorm exits; midweek warm-up ahead
    Monday's snowstorm dropped 3 to 6 inches across the area. Officially, at O'Hare International Airport, the snowfall totaled 5.8 inches, bringing the 2014-15 tally to 50.1 inches. Gradual melting of the snow will take place Tuesday, though temperatures...
  • The nation's weather

    Weather Underground Forecast for Monday, March 23, 2015 Precipitation is expected to diminish for the Southeastern states on Monday, while rain and snow continues spreading across the Northwest. A strong low pressure system moves onshore from the Pacific...
  • 63 trips being restored to MBTA commuter rail services

    The company that runs the MBTA's commuter rail services is restoring 63 trips as it continues to recover from a winter of heavy snow and frigid temperatures that crippled service. Keolis Commuter Services says the extra 63 trips will be added on most...
  • Spring snowstorm snarls traffic in NW Indiana

    A spring snowstorm surprised motorists across northern Indiana Monday, leading to crashes that backed up traffic during the morning commute and prompting at least four counties to issue travel advisories. Snow that began falling heavily near the...
  • Elgin area deals with more snow than expected

     Elgin area deals with more snow than expected
    The Elgin area dealt with an early spring snowstorm Monday that left more snow on the ground than many thought would be there, slowing a morning commute as snow plows could not keep up with the heavier-than-expected snowfall.. "Can you believe this? I...
  • Snowy start to spring in the Lehigh Valley

    Snowy start to spring in the Lehigh Valley
    The first day of spring had a snowy start in the Lehigh Valley as a snowstorm blanketed the region in white most of the day. Friday's snow began before 9 a.m. and was expected to end around 8 p.m., just as spring officially begins. Friday night's low...
  • Late winter storm hits parts of West Virginia

    Old Man Winter isn't done with West Virginia just yet. The National Weather Service says parts of the Eastern Panhandle will receive as much as 6 inches of snow on Friday, while other eastern sections of the state are expected to get up to 3 inches....
  • As spring dawns, New Englanders recount snow's lessons

    The snowbanks are shrinking, and hope — like birdsong — is in the air. As spring arrives and New Englanders exit a relentless winter many thought would never end, The Associated Press asked the Boston Yeti and a few other hardy souls what 9...
  • Snowstorm threatens ride home across New Jersey

    Many students will go home early in New Jersey because of snow as winter changes to spring. Light snow started to fall Friday in parts of the state and forecasters say it could be heavy at times. Dozens of schools are closing early. A winter weather...