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Rain, Melting Snow Prompt Flood Watch For Chicago Area

CHICAGO (CBS) — A combination of heavy rain and melting snow across the Chicago area could cause flooding by Tuesday evening, and the flooding could be significant along some rivers and streams, especially to the southeast. 235 more words

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Long-Awaited Cold Storm System Brings Wind, Light Snow to SoCal

Snow levels plunged as a long-awaited cold snap moved into Southern California.

Temperatures on Sunday fell to the mid-60s but were expected to fall by about 10 degrees per day, bottoming out Tuesday, when temperatures in the mountains are expected to be in the 20s. 146 more words

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Bay Area Residents Brace For Cold Snap

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A weather front rolling into the San Francisco Bay Area Sunday afternoon will send overnight temperatures plummeting into the 30s by Monday night and early Tuesday morning, forecasters warned. 216 more words

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Winter Weather Advisory In Effect For Metro Sunday-Tuesday

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Here’s an early heads up if you’re working on Monday: You’ll want to give yourself extra driving time as a winter storm will likely make travel difficult. 229 more words

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Wild February: Winter weather advisory, flood watch issued for SE Wisconsin

MILWAUKEE — Southeast Wisconsin is going to be witness to a wild range of wintry weather in the next couple of days. The National Weather Service has issued a… 703 more words

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Snow, Coldest Temperatures of the Season Expected to Hit L.A., Ventura Counties

A low-pressure system moving in from the north is expected to bring snow showers in the mountains and foothills of Los Angeles and Ventura counties along with the coldest temperatures in the region so far this winter season, forecasters said. 193 more words

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Snow & Sleet Puts Baltimore Under A Winter Advisory

The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory until midnight Saturday for the Baltimore area.

Moderate to heavy snowfall between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. 115 more words

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