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Weather Warnings

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  • Matt Every: "Cool" to be Arnold Palmer Invitational defending champ

    Matt Every has been to the Bay Hill Club often, but he noticed something different as he drove in this time. "It was cool seeing my picture coming in," he said Tuesday. Every, a Daytona Beach native, earned his photo placard among the previous champions...
  • Statewide tornado drill starts today

    Statewide tornado drill starts today
    The Virginia Department of Emergency Management is hosting a statewide tornado drill at 9:45 a.m. for all government facilities and public schools in the state, according to a news release. As winter gives way to spring and jet streams of warmer...
  • Md. officials urge sensible response to severe storms

    State officials are urging residents to be prepared and use common sense when dealing with severe thunderstorms. The Maryland Emergency Management Agency says springtime is prime time for severe storms, with more than 100 tornadoes confirmed in the state...
  • 900,000 Virginians to participate in statewide tornado drill

    Some 900,000 Virginians are expected to participate in the annual statewide tornado drill. The drill begins Tuesday at 9:45 a.m. with a test tornado warning from the National Weather Service. The message will be relayed by broadcast outlets through the...
  • With top-heavy bracket, look for chalk to prevail in NCAA tournament

     With top-heavy bracket, look for chalk to prevail in NCAA tournament
    At the risk of alarming Virginia and Duke faithful, a confession: Bracket chaos has followed me like a stray puppy for the last five NCAA tournaments. Our fling began in 2010 where many flirtations commence: New Orleans. There I saw Old Dominion, an...
  • 5 things to know for Monday in Pennsylvania

    A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Monday. FOUNDATIONS FUNDING $11 MILLION FOR PUBLIC SPACE IMPROVEMENTS IN PHILADELPHIA The James L. Knight and William Penn foundations are putting...
  • Ice, runoff causing minor flooding in western Pennsylvania

    Ice jams, recent rains and runoff from melting snow were continuing to cause minor flooding in Pittsburgh and the threat of same along some western Pennsylvania rivers. The most serious situation appears to be in Armstrong and Clarion counties, where the...
  • Ohio River crests at highest level since '97, hazards remain

    The Ohio River crested Sunday at its highest level in two decades, leaving riverside residents relieved but cautious as forecasters warned that flooding problems will linger much of the week ahead. The National Weather Service said the river crested at...
  • Roads, businesses close amid Ohio River flooding

    The highest Ohio River levels in two decades caused flooding Saturday that stranded some motorists, waterlogged a few homes and forced scattered road, business and campground closures in southern Ohio and Kentucky. The Belterra Park Gaming racino along...
  • Rip currents take toll among swimmers; one missing off Palm Beach County

    Rip currents take toll among swimmers; one missing off Palm Beach County
    A dangerous day for swimming Saturday resulted in several ocean rescues in Palm Beach County and left one man missing off MacArthur Beach State Park. Strong rip currents led the National Weather Service to warn against swimming on South Florida beaches....
  • National forest in Ohio closes campgrounds due to heavy rain

    High water has already closed some roads along the Ohio River and rising water levels along the Little Muskingum River led officials to close some campgrounds in the Wayne National Forest in southern Ohio. Forest officials say they closed the Lane Farm...