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are you ready? here comes a deluge of rain, snow across western washington


drivers in the north cascades should prepare for slippery roads and limited visibility from snow and sleet, while rain will drench lowlands across the region.meteorologists are warning of slick roads and limited visibility tuesday as a winter storm sweeps western washington, drenching the lowlands with rain and dumping up to 3 feet of snow on mount rainier.from snohomish to lewis counties, the national weather service issued a “winter storm watch” in the north cascades, urging drivers to take precaution with oncoming snow and sleet beginning tuesday morning.elevations above 2,000 feet could accumulate 1 to 2 feet of snow, with mount rainier seeing more.meanwhile, cities across the western lowlands will accumulate various amounts of rain, including up to 1 inch possible across the seattle a






winter weather comes early to europe |


winter has come early to many parts of europe over the last week or so.an active weather front has brought snow to many areas, and is still producing snow over the baltic states and western russia.some low-lying areas, which escaped the snow, have experienced heavy rain, which resulted in flooding.further troughs of low pressure are in evidence across central and western areas, bringing showers of sleet and snow.the snow is excellent news for the european ski industry, with an early start to the season for most areas. many resorts have all lifts open and powder snow is in abundance.






ready, set, snow: twin cities' first snowfall of season is at the starting line


of course it was too good to last.minnesota’s mild fall will give way late thursday to the earliest accumulating snowfall in eight years, the national weather service said thursday. at the very least, it will be sloppy and wet.the twin cities metro area, as well as a good chunk of the state, could see 1 to 3 inches by the time snow tapers off late friday, and northern minnesota could see significantly more than that.a band that includes the metro area and stretches from alexandria on the western edge into western wisconsin to the east and from the iowa border north to lake mille lacs could see up to 3 inches by friday, as well as gusts of up to 40 to 50 miles per hour. the weather service cautions that commuters friday morning could feel the consequences on the highways.rain will begin in






mix of rain, snow, in new hampshire, maine


gray, maine (ap) — the national weather service says a mix of rain and snow is in store for parts of maine and new hampshire.a band of mainly light snow or a rain and snow mix is expected to move across central and northern new hampshire, and southwestern maine on thursday morning. that could make for some slippery roads.beyond that, moderate to heavy rain is possible for southeast new hampshire and coastal maine through thursday night, with some snow for a brief time in central maine.in vermont, some light snow is expected, with more in the northern green mountains.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks






snow forecasts are hard


photo by revec.there was a snowstorm in the northeast this week. or maybe that supposed storm was just a light dusting. it depends on who you ask. having grown up in the mountains of colorado, i am well aware at just how terrible these forecasts tend to be. that’s because snow is especially difficult to predict.weather is notoriously hard to predict as it is, and even the terminology can be a bit baffling to understand. in the case of snow, forecasters are tasked not only with predicting when it will snow and for how long, but also how much of that snow will accumulate on the ground. all these factors make it hard to get snow totals right. as a student and observer of meteorology, it constantly bums me out that people do not understand… read more read morelet’s start at the beginning then.






denver metro area gets rain, fog and drizzle as mountains get snow – the denver


a drenching, slow-moving storm brought mostly rain and fog to the front range tuesday and into wednesday.the chance for rain decreases throughout wednesday, according to the national weather service in boulder. after dropping to the lower 30s overnight, temperatures are expected to rise to around 51 degrees.it will be breezy at times, with winds gusting up to 23 mph, weather forecasters say.snow fell on the western and southern edges of the denver metro area. a total of 1 to 2 inches of new snow was possible along the palmer divide douglas and elbert counties.on thursday it will be mostly sunny with a high near 65 degrees.there’s a 30 percent chance that it will rain after midnight early friday morning, the nws says. the rain could turn to snow friday morning. the chance for precipitation






flake out: light snow could fall in some gulf states friday


jackson, miss. (ap) — snow in the deep south? maybe a little.national weather service meteorologists say rain might get cold and heavy enough to become snow before dawn friday in a band beginning west of baton rouge, louisiana. snow mixed with rain is predicted friday across mississippi, alabama, georgia and into western south carolina.no snow is expected in new orleans or coastal areas south of interstate 10.some roads and overpasses could see spotty icing, but warm ground temperatures probably mean snow accumulating only on grass. somewhat heavier snow is predicted in a few north georgia areas.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.still, emergency personnel are preparing. in mississippi’s hancock county, emergency management director brian adam is warning drivers to b






denver metro area gets rain, fog and drizzle as mountains get snow – the denver


a drenching, slow-moving storm brought mostly rain and fog to the front range tuesday and into wednesday.the chance for rain decreases throughout wednesday, according to the national weather service in boulder. after dropping to the lower 30s overnight, temperatures are expected to rise to around 51 degrees.rj sangosti, the denver posta rain drop pools on berries hanging from a tree march 28, 2017 in lakewood.it will be breezy at times, with winds gusting up to 23 mph, weather forecasters say.snow fell on the western and southern edges of the denver metro area. a total of 1 to 2 inches of new snow was possible along the palmer divide douglas and elbert counties.on thursday it will be mostly sunny with a high near 65 degrees.there’s a 30 percent chance that it will rain after midnight early






denver metro area gets rain, fog and drizzle as mountains get snow – the denver


a drenching, slow-moving storm brought mostly rain and fog to the front range tuesday and into wednesday.the chance for rain decreases throughout wednesday, according to the national weather service in boulder. after dropping to the lower 30s overnight, temperatures are expected to rise to around 51 degrees.rj sangosti, the denver posta rain drop pools on berries hanging from a tree march 28, 2017 in lakewood.it will be breezy at times, with winds gusting up to 23 mph, weather forecasters say.snow fell on the western and southern edges of the denver metro area. a total of 1 to 2 inches of new snow was possible along the palmer divide douglas and elbert counties.on thursday it will be mostly sunny with a high near 65 degrees.there’s a 30 percent chance that it will rain after midnight early






long island weather: range of snowfall expected, with rain out east


about 2 to 3 inches of snow is expected tuesday night, jan. 16, 2018, for nassau county and up to 1 inch of snow is expected for suffolk, forecasters said. news 12 long island meteorologist rich hoffman said he expected there could be some rain mixed in with the snow, and he did not expect that accumulations would exceed 2 inches. photo credit: news 12 long island a bit of light snow or some flurries may materialize as early as late afternoon tuesday, but the early hours of wednesday were set to bring conditions calling for long islanders to take special care on roadways, forecasters say.that’s as some snow and rain/snow mixing were forecast for most of the island, with the twin forks looking more likely to see rain only, said faye morrone, a national...






from extreme drought to record rain: why california's drought-to-deluge cycle is


california’s climate has long been dominated by cycles of intense dry conditions followed by heavy rain and snow. but never before in recorded history has the state seen such an extreme drought-to-deluge swing.experts and state water officials say california is seeing more of these intense weather swings as temperatures warm, which has profound implications for the droughts and floods the state may face in the generations to come.by wednesday or thursday, a new series of late-season storms is expected to vault this winter into the history books, making this year the wettest winter for california’s northern sierra nevada in nearly a century of record-keeping. this is significant because the mountain range supplies large amounts of water for the rest of the state.the expected milestone is al






christmas week: snow in northwest and new england, possible ice in carolinas by


pockets of rain and freezing rain, and heavy snow will make travel hazardous in some areas.        






long island weather: chance of up to about 3 inches of snow


advertisement | advertise on newsdaylong islanders should expect a chilly weekend peppered with some rain and snow showers, the national weather service said.light rain is expected to start around 11 a.m. saturday, said jay engle, a meteorologist with the weather service’s upton bureau. that rain will change over to snow during the mid-to-late evening, about 7 p.m.just after 4:30 a.m. saturday, the national weather service...






wednesday rain and more stormy weather ahead


sporadic storms including an occasional blast of snow showers are expected through the end of the week along the front range.it will be partly sunny wednesday before a north wind ushers in storm clouds, mainly after 3 p.m., according to the national weather service in boulder. the chance for rain increases later in the evening.rj sangosti, denver post filewith shorts, flannel shirts, and umbrella, a man walking around sloan’s lake is ready for the changing weather in the denver area, july 6, 2015.the high temperature will be around 57 degrees. winds could gust as high as 21 mph, the weather service says.there’s a slight chance for afternoon rain and thunderstorms on thursday. the high temperature will be around 55 degrees, forecasters say. the low thursday night is expected to drop to a ch






sleet vs. freezing rain vs. hail. what's the difference?


closeskip in skipxembedxshare as winter storm stella pounds the northeast, travelers are facing long delays and cancellations. usa todaya state highway administration truck plows along westbound route 140 in westminster, md., as sleet falls march 14, 2017.(photo: dylan slagle, ap) 21 connectlinkedinemailmorewinter storm stella came with plenty of snow, as advertised, but it also unleashed a surprising amount of sleet and freezing rain. how do these different types of precipitation form?four types of winter precipitationwhile all forms of precipitation start as snow high up in the clouds, there are four primary types that eventually reach the ground: snow, sleet, freezing rain and plain ol' rain.snow occurs when the atmosphere is "cold" all the way from the clouds to down here at the surfac






sleet vs. freezing rain vs. hail. what's the difference?


closeskip in skipxembedxshare as winter storm stella pounds the northeast, travelers are facing long delays and cancellations. usa todaya state highway administration truck plows along westbound route 140 in westminster, md., as sleet falls march 14, 2017.(photo: dylan slagle, ap) 4 connectlinkedinemailmorewinter storm stella has come with plenty of snow, as advertised, but has also unleashed a surprising amount of sleet and freezing rain as well. how do these different types of precipitation form?four types of winter precipitationwhile all forms of precipitation start as snow high up in the clouds, there are four primary types that eventually reach the ground: snow, sleet, freezing rain and plain ol' rain.snow occurs when the atmosphere is "cold" all the way from the clouds to down here a






sleet vs. freezing rain vs. hail. what's the difference?


closeskip in skipxembedxshare as winter storm stella pounds the northeast, travelers are facing long delays and cancellations. usa todaya state highway administration truck plows along westbound route 140 in westminster, md., as sleet falls march 14, 2017.(photo: dylan slagle, ap) 9 connectlinkedinemailmorewinter storm stella has come with plenty of snow, as advertised, but it has also unleashed a surprising amount of sleet and freezing rain. how do these different types of precipitation form?four types of winter precipitationwhile all forms of precipitation start as snow high up in the clouds, there are four primary types that eventually reach the ground: snow, sleet, freezing rain and plain ol' rain.snow occurs when the atmosphere is "cold" all the way from the clouds to down here at the






sleet vs. freezing rain vs. hail. what's the difference?


closeskip in skipxembedxshare as winter storm stella pounds the northeast, travelers are facing long delays and cancellations. usa todaya state highway administration truck plows along westbound route 140 in westminster, md., as sleet falls march 14, 2017.(photo: dylan slagle, ap) 14 connectlinkedinemailmorewinter storm stella has come with plenty of snow, as advertised, but it has also unleashed a surprising amount of sleet and freezing rain. how do these different types of precipitation form?four types of winter precipitationwhile all forms of precipitation start as snow high up in the clouds, there are four primary types that eventually reach the ground: snow, sleet, freezing rain and plain ol' rain.snow occurs when the atmosphere is "cold" all the way from the clouds to down here at th






sleet vs. freezing rain vs. hail. what's the difference?


closeskip in skipxembedxshare as winter storm stella pounds the northeast, travelers are facing long delays and cancellations. usa todaya state highway administration truck plows along westbound route 140 in westminster, md., as sleet falls march 14, 2017.(photo: dylan slagle, ap) 17 connectlinkedinemailmorewinter storm stella came with plenty of snow, as advertised, but it also unleashed a surprising amount of sleet and freezing rain. how do these different types of precipitation form?four types of winter precipitationwhile all forms of precipitation start as snow high up in the clouds, there are four primary types that eventually reach the ground: snow, sleet, freezing rain and plain ol' rain.snow occurs when the atmosphere is "cold" all the way from the clouds to down here at the surfac






sleet vs. freezing rain vs. hail. what's the difference?


closeskip in skipxembedxshare as winter storm stella pounds the northeast, travelers are facing long delays and cancellations. usa todaya state highway administration truck plows along westbound route 140 in westminster, md., as sleet falls tuesday morning, march 14, 2017.(photo: dylan slagle, ap) 2 connectlinkedinemailmorewinter storm stella has come with plenty of snow, as advertised, but has also unleashed a surprising amount of sleet and freezing rain as well. how do these different types of precipitation form?four types of winter precipitationwhile all forms of precipitation start as snow high up in the clouds, there are four primary types that eventually reach the ground: snow, sleet, freezing rain and plain ol' rain.snow occurs when the atmosphere is "cold" all the way from the clou






sunny and warm before winter storm blows in


enjoy it while it lasts.denver will experience sunshine and a high temperature in the mid-60s thursday, but the balmy weather will be all but forgotten on friday.rain is expected to start falling early friday. then the fog rolls in and before most people awake it will begin snowing, according to the forecast by national weather service meteorologists in boulder.joe amon, the denver postkaden sefcovic, 8, works to get his green lantern kite in the air near argo park march 27, 2017 in denver’s globeville neighborhood.the snow is expected to turn back into rain after noon and the forecast calls for wind gusts of up to 26 mph with a high of 44. the chance for precipitation hovers around 70 percent most of the day.the rain is expected to continue until around 10 p.m. friday, when it will again






sunny and warm before winter storm blows in


enjoy it while it lasts.denver will experience sunshine and a high temperature in the mid-60s thursday, but the balmy weather will be all but forgotten on friday.rain is expected to start falling early friday. then the fog rolls in and before most people awake it will begin snowing, according to the forecast by national weather service meteorologists in boulder.joe amon, the denver postkaden sefcovic, 8, works to get his green lantern kite in the air near argo park march 27, 2017 in denver’s globeville neighborhood.the snow is expected to turn back into rain after noon and the forecast calls for wind gusts of up to 26 mph with a high of 44. the chance for precipitation hovers around 70 percent most of the day.the rain is expected to continue until around 10 p.m. friday, when it will again






long island weather: chance of up to about 3 inches of snow


advertisement | advertise on newsdaythe weather forecast for saturday, march 18, 2017. (credit: weather underground) long islanders should expect a chilly weekend peppered with some rain and snow showers, the national weather service said.light rain is expected to start around 11 a.m. saturday, said jay engle, a meteorologist with the weather service’s upton bureau. that rain will change over to snow during the mid-to-late evening, about 7 p.m.just after 4:30 a.m. saturday, the national weather service...






winter is here with bone-chilling wind


by todd nelson, filling in for douglas:well, here we go! are you ready for winter? we rode off into the sublime november sunset, but reality will set in today as a fairly potent cold front blasts through the region.blizzard warnings have been posted across far western minnesota in advance of a shovel-worthy snow and gusts of 50 mph or more that could create whiteout conditions there. the heaviest snow will fall across far northern minnesota with as much as 8 to 12 inches possible by tuesday morning.the twin cities will start off with a little rain early monday, turning to snow later in the day. we could see as much as 1-2 inches by the tuesday morning commute. the bigger story will be the drastically colder air riding in on tropical storm-force winds overnight monday with wind gusts of aro






long island weather: mostly rain mixed with a few snowflakes


about 2 to 3 inches of snow is expected tuesday night, jan. 16, 2018, for nassau county and up to 1 inch of snow is expected for suffolk, forecasters said. news 12 long island meteorologist rich hoffman said he expected there could be some rain mixed in with the snow, and he did not expect that accumulations would exceed 2 inches. photo credit: news 12 long island long islanders may want to grab their umbrellas for the wednesday morning commute, as the inch or two or three of snow previously predicted is now expected to be mostly rain with some snowflakes mixed in at times, forecasters said late tuesday afternoon.the latest computer models indicated a trend toward air warm enough for “primarily a rain event” on long island, said john cristantello,...






denver thunderstorms monday could bring rain showers, high winds – the denver po


there a good chance for rain and thunderstorms along the front range on monday and snow and sleet in the mountains, forecasters say.rain and thunder will be more likely in the afternoon, according to the national weather service in boulder. there is a 60 percent chance for rain in the afternoon. winds will gust as high as 31 mph.the high temperature on monday is 64 degrees. the low will be around 36 degrees monday night.up to 3 inches of new snow is possible in the foothills and between 2 and 5 inches of snow above 9,000 feet thursday night, forecasters say.it will be partly sunny on tuesday with a high of about 62 degrees. sunshine and higher temperatures are forecast for wednesday. the high could be 77 degrees.rain is again in the forecast thursday through sunday. temperatures will be in






spring storm expected to bring rain, snow tuesday night


a spring storm could bring snow to the front range late tuesday, forecasters say.expect rain to begin falling late tuesday afternoon with a likely chance it will turn to snow later, according to the national weather service in boulder.andy cross, the denver posta pedestrian crosses glenarm place along the 16 street mall in light rain november 19, 2016.northerly winds will gust up to 31 mph and snow is expected to fall until around 5 a.m. wednesday morning, forecasters say. little or no snow accumulation is expected. temperatures will drop to around 29 degrees early wednesday morning.after dawn, it will be mostly sunny on wednesday. the high temperature will be around 58 degrees. there is a slight chance of rain beginning again around 7 p.m.rain also is expected thursday with a high tempera






sunny skies thursday in denver will give way to rain/snow mix – the denver post


the colorado weather roller coaster rolls on.the denver weather forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with a high temperature of 67 degrees thursday, but rain and snow are back in the forecast.thursday night there’s a 30 percent chance of showers after midnight, followed by a 60 percent chance of precipitation, mostly showers, on friday during the day, according to the national weather service.overnight friday, rain is likely to turn into snow as the low temperature dips to the freezing mark — 32 degrees — in denver.“this will be much like the last one, although this one looks a little bit colder,” said kyle fredin, a meteorologist with the weather service in boulder.a drenching rain hit the denver area tuesday, with snow falling in some areas south and east of the city, as well as in the






storm ana slams europe |


damaging winds are pounding europe for a second day, as storm ana continues to rage.on monday winds of over 160 kilometres per hour were reported in western france, near la rochelle. spain and italy were also slammed by the strong winds, with heavy rain and snow pounding many parts of western europe.the centre of the storm is now heading northeast, with many northern parts of europe currently experiencing the severe weather. winds of up to 90 kph are forecast in poland on tuesday, with very heavy snow falling spreading into finland. 






rain-snow mix expected on the front range


a mix of rain and snow is possible late monday night along the front range while between 8 and 16 inches of new snow could blanket the mountains, forecasters say.early in the day it will be mostly sunny with a high temperature of about 54 degrees, according to the forecast by the national weather service in boulder.there is a chance for rain before 10 p.m. snow could begin falling after 3 a.m. tuesday when temperatures are expected to dip to around 30 degrees. it will be blustery with wind gusts up to 23 mph.between 2 and 4 inches of snow accumulation is expected along the urban corridor before the storm moves out of the area. the foothills and the palmer divide could get between 4 and 8 inches of snow. a winter storm watch is in effect and will continue until tuesday night, according to t






raw and wet right now, but better by friday


by todd nelson, filling in for douglas:meteorologists are interesting creatures. we tend to be human punching bags and are the first ones to blame when the weather isn't ideal, but we'll also take credit when skies are blue and your outdoor event isn't postponed due to aggressive skies. today is one of those days when we tend to stay out of the limelight. you mention snow in any forecast during the month of may and duck! here come the tomatoes!a fairly impressive spring storm will bring widespread rain and snow showers. some across the western and northern part of the state will wake up to slushy snow accumulations, while those in the metro and southeastern minnesota will continue to see cold rain showers.lingering showers will be with us through midweek, but temperatures will warm to near






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blizzard conditions south, west; rain in city


while blizzard conditions are making driving hazardous near the palmer divide early friday morning, and shutting off power in parts of the denver metro area, downtown denver is mostly getting heavy sheets of rain in the first major spring storm.snow is blowing sideways in parts of arapahoe and douglas counties. howling winds are gusting up to 48 mph, according to the national weather service in boulder.a winter weather advisory is in effect until noon friday.although up to a half inch of snow was predicted in denver, the temperature was slightly above freezing around 6 a.m. and only rain is falling.a rain and snow mix is expected before 11 a.m. in denver, then rain will continue from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the nws says. about an inch of snow could fall in denver before noon. precipitation will






forecasters: bitter cold weather to soon end in pennsylvania


philadelphia (ap) — relief is in sight for pennsylvanians who have been dealing with bone-chilling temperatures and related weather issues that have gripped the state in recent weeks.but residents will still have to deal with winter weather and cool temperatures for the next few days.high temperatures on monday are expected to be in the low 30s in most areas. but there’s also a chance for a wintry mix of snow, rain and freezing rain in most areas on monday afternoon, with an inch or so of snow possible in western areas of the state.temperatures will then continue to warm up through the week, with highs reaching the low 50s on thursday and friday.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.






all east-west mountain p es in washington closed for slides, ice


dangerous, icy conditions and avalanche danger have closed snoqualmie, white and stevens p es.snoqualmie, white and stevens p es are closed thursday morning for icy conditions and snow slides, according to the washington state department of transportation.stevens p reopened briefly after an overnight closure, but was closed again for snow and ice on the roadway.meanwhile, rain will continue to fall at the mountain p es thursday, while temperatures remain at or below freezing, said mike mcfarland, a national weather service meteorologist. temperatures will return to their normal levels by the weekend, he said.in the western washington lowlands, a flood watch remains in effect for portions of king, lewis, mason, pierce and thurston counties until friday evening. but the rain and mountain run






rain turning to snow in denver, and snow in mountains


a “moist” pacific storm could drop up to 8 inches of snow along the front range and up to 16 inches in the mountains, forecasters say.the storm will track slowly eastward into northwest new mexico and then colorado, friday and saturday, according to forecasts by meteorologists at the national weather service in boulder.currently there is a winter storm watch in the mountains. between 6 and 14 inches of snow is expected on the palmer divide.early on friday there is a 30 percent chance of rain along the front range. the chance for rain increases in the afternoon to 70 percent, the nws says.winds will change from a southwesterly to a northwesterly direction late friday. snow is expected to begin falling after midnight.the low temperature early saturday morning will be around 33 degrees. it wi






nazi propagandist's secretary dies at 106


brunhilde pomsel, former secretary of nazi propaganda minister joseph goebbels, is shown posing for a picture after the premier of the film "ein deutsches leben" ("a german life") in munich, germany, last june.(p o: matthias balk, epa)(newser) – brunhilde pomsel, the former secretary to nazi propaganda minister joseph goebbels, died in her sleep at a care home in munich on friday, a few weeks after her 106th birthday. christian kroenes, who extensively interviewed pomsel for last year's documentary film, a german life, confirmed the news, per the afp. in the film, pomsel described how she joined the nazi party in 1933 only so she could work at german national radio, after previously finding work with a businessman and a lawyer, both of whom were jewish, reports the   and washington post. s