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  • Snow costs pile up in Maryland

    Snow costs pile up in Maryland
    With a snowstorm in the forecast that could be the biggest in March in two decades, local governments are breaking their winter weather response budgets, and some are running low on salt. A cold front is expected to move in overnight Wednesday, bringing...
  • The science behind hail on Southern California beaches

    The science behind hail on Southern California beaches
    So what is the science behind the hail that fell Monday on some Southern California beaches? Pea-sized hail coated miles of sand in Huntington Beach just before 11 a.m. as thunderstorms lingered for about 30 minutes. Hail nearly an inch deep blanketed...
  • D39, D37 officials take closer look at cold weather closings

    D39, D37 officials take closer look at cold weather closings
    Wilmette School District 39 and Avoca School District 37 officials are considering tweaking school closing policies after realizing that schools and students alike can handle the cold weather better than they thought. Keys to doing so successfully...
  • Ice could impact evening commute; winter storm watch for Thursday

    Ice could impact evening commute; winter storm watch for Thursday
    A winter weather advisory is in effect through Tuesday night's commute, and a winter storm watch is meanwhile posted warning of the potential for 5 inches of snow Thursday. Up to half an inch of snow and sleet and a tenth of an inch of ice is possible...
  • Snow and sleet, followed by rain, for southern New England

    More snow and sleet, followed by rain, are expected to make roads slippery into Wednesday across southern New England. The National Weather Service says most of Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island will see 2 to 5 inches of snow and a trace of...
  • Winter weather affects flights, classes; bigger storm coming

    Yet another round of winter weather in Pennsylvania has prompted flight cancellations and delays, speed reductions on highways and the Pennsylvania turnpike and early dismissal of some school classes — but officials are already focusing on a...
  • Fast-moving storm dumps snow in parts of Upper Midwest

    A fast-moving storm dumped several inches of snow across the Upper Midwest on Tuesday, making travel treacherous in some areas and leading to at least several traffic-related fatalities. The storm dropped up to 6.5 inches of snow in western Minnesota,...
  • New Jersey faces more snow, sleet and rain

    New Jersey faces another round of winter weather that could slow the ride home from work. Winter weather advisories are in effect for most of the state from 3 p.m. Tuesday until 1 a.m. Wednesday. The National Weather Service is predicting snow and sleet...
  • Heavy rain could bring minor flooding to Pittsburgh area

    A flood watch is in effect for parts of western Pennsylvania. The National Weather Service says the Monongahela River could reach minor flood stage by Thursday morning at the Charleroi and Elizabeth locks. Small riverfront communities could see creeks...
  • 5 things to know for Tuesday in Pennsylvania

    A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Tuesday: GOV. TOM WOLF TO PRESENT FIRST BUDGET TO JOINT SESSION OF LEGISLATURE Wolf is expected to propose a dramatic restructuring of the state...
  • Mid-Atlantic preps for icy weather in time for evening rush

    The mid-Atlantic region is preparing for another shot of snow, sleet and freezing rain in time for the evening rush hour. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory in effect in the Baltimore and Washington metropolitan areas...