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afternoon forecast: cloudy, with chance of flurries


afternoon star tribune local twin cities (minneapolis/st. paul) weather video forecast  broadcast weather january 28, 2017 — 12:43pm






morning forecast: cloudy, with chance of flurries


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evening forecast: low of 22; mostly cloudy with a few flurries


afternoon star tribune local twin cities (minneapolis/st. paul) weather video forecast  broadcast weather january 28, 2017 — 3:37pm






morning forecast: mostly cloudy, high in mid-30s


morning star tribune local twin cities (minneapolis/st. paul) weather video forecast  broadcast weather february 26, 2017 — 7:39am






morning forecast: cloudy, mid-20s


morning star tribune local twin cities (minneapolis/st. paul) weather video forecast  broadcast weather january 29, 2017 — 7:51am






cloudy in denver metro area, light snow in the mountains – the denver post


temperatures will gradually get warmer through the week, according to forecasters.it will be mostly cloudy on monday with a high near 49 degrees, according to the national weather service in boulder.steady westerly winds of between 6 and 11 mph and gusts up to 17 mph are expected, according to weather forecasters.it will get warmer through the week with highs in the low 50s to upper 60s through friday, the nws forecast says.there is a slight chance of rain on saturday and sunday. weekend temperatures will be in the upper 50s, according to the weather service.






morning forecast: cloudy, cooler, snow on the way


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mostly clear skies expected across l.a. this week


angelenos will see mostly clear skies this week, with rain expected to fall farther south in the san diego area, forecasters said monday.rain moved into southern california on sunday, although it was decidedly lighter than that produced by recent storms. going into the week, monday is expected to be the most cloudy day, with a 30% chance of showers, said david sweet, meteorologist for the national weather service in oxnard. the forecast’s high temperatures are in the mid-50s to around 60, he said. “today will be cloudy and starting tomorrow it should clear up,” sweet said. tuesday is expected to begin with partly cloudy skies, then turn sunny in the afternoon with highs in the upper 50s to mid-60s. from wednesday through friday, the forecast calls for clear skies with a warming trend and h






sunny and breezy in denver monday, but expect snow tuesday – the denver post


sunshine and brisk winds out of the southwest are in monday’s forecast for denver.the high temperature will be around 51 degrees and wind speeds will gust up to 28 mph, according to the national weather service in boulder.but snow returns to the forecast tuesday with a 40 percent chance flakes will fall after 11 a.m. less than an inch of snow is expected. expect mostly cloudy skies and high near 37 degrees.the weather service predicts between 2 to 6 inches of new snow will fall through tuesday in the mountains.the weather service predicts sunny skies wednesday with a high near 40 degrees.temperatures will continue to heat up through the remainder of the week, according to the forecast.it will be mostly sunny with a high of 45 on thursday, 57 on friday and 64 on sunday, the nws says.on sund






morning forecast: milder, high in mid-40s


morning star tribune local twin cities (minneapolis/st. paul) weather video forecast  broadcast weather february 27, 2017 — 5:53am






morning forecast: cloudy, cooler than average


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afternoon forecast: flurries, high of 38


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morning forecast: cloudy and milder


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morning forecast: cloudy, high in upper 30s


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blustery snowstorm headed to denver; mountains under winter advisory – the denve


a northwesterly snowstorm packing stiff winds is expected to arrive in the denver metro area late thursday morning, according to meteorologists at the national weather service in boulder.expect a high of 38 degrees under cloudy skies.sara hansen, the denver postsnow begins to fall in downtown denver feb. 23, 2017.snow is likely, mostly after 11 a.m., the nws says. the chance of precipitation is 60 percent during the day and increases to 70 percent thursday night, when winds will pick up. new snow accumulation of around an inch is possible.the high country is currently under a winter weather advisory, which will stay in effect until friday morning. between 8 and 14 inches of snow is expected in the northern mountains, weather forecasters say.there is a 30 percent chance of snow on friday, m






windy and unseasonably warm weather triggers red flag warning for north central


with record-breaking temperatures and wind gusts as high as 60 mph expected tuesday, the front range, foothills and mountains are under a red-flag warning until 6 p.m. tuesday. no precipitation is in the forecast until wednesday night.the high temperature is expected to reach 74 degrees, which would break a record of 71 degrees set in 1995, said jim kalina, meteorologist for the national weather service in boulder.steady winds out of the west are expected to be between 20 and 30 mph, and gusts could reach 60 mph in the foothills.forecasters predict sunny skies with a high near 65 wednesday. there’s a 20 percent chance for rain or snow after 11 p.m. wednesday, but the chance for moisture improves throughout the day thursday, the weather service said. by thursday night, there is a 70 percent






long island weather: wednesday’s warm ahead of snowstorm


wednesday — the day before a fast-moving snowstorm affects the area — starts off with early morning patchy fog, expected through around daybreak, forecasters say.there’s also a slight chance of rain in the morning giving way to partly cloudy, then sunny skies, and well above-normal temperatures, according to the national weather service.advertisement | advertise on newsdaythen, “confidence is high for a significant snowfall,” said the weather service, which has issued a winter storm warning for long island from midnight wednesday through 6 p.m. thursday.datalong island weather: snowfall totals since 1947see alsocheck live radarsee alsocheck live traffic for your commute“thursday’s morning commute will be rather treacherous as the snow will come down moderate to heavy at times during this t






evening forecast: low of 23; cloudy into sunday


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warm up in store for denver through the weekend – the denver post


soft westerly breezes and mostly sunny skies are forecast for the denver metro area.the high on thursday is expected to reach about 49 degrees in downtown denver, according to forecasters with the national weather service in boulder.a few snow flurries are possible in the mountains on thursday. after that the next chance for snow falls on sunday.temperatures will continue to climb at the end of the week, reaching 60 on saturday, the nws forecasts.expect sunny skies this weekend with highs reaching 64 on saturday and 68 on sunday.sunny skies will stick around the early part of next week, but temperatures will drop slightly with highs expected in the high 40s and 50s, the nws says.click here for more denver7 weather coverage.






morning forecast: wintry mix, high in mid-30s


morning star tribune local twin cities (minneapolis/st. paul) weather video forecast  broadcast weather january 31, 2017 — 5:50am






morning forecast: partly sunny; high in mid-20s


morning star tribune local twin cities (minneapolis/st. paul) weather video forecast  broadcast weather february 5, 2017 — 7:25am






record warmth today for twin cities, but 'several inches' of snow loom for one p


coming off a balmy front end of the weekend, record-high warmth for this date is virtually certain for sunday in the twin cities, with readings forecast for the low 60s in the afternoon.the current record high in the twin cities for a feb. 19 is 57 degrees, set in 1981. the national weather service (nws) is calling for a high of 62. the average high for a feb. 19: a touch below freezing at 30.then it's more of the same in the metro, with records under threat of falling for another three days, the nws is projecting. highs through wednesday are forecast to be in the upper 50s.the only blip between now through wednesday is a strong chance of rain on monday, when many government workers and others have the day off for presidents' day.taking a peek at friday shows something more akin to winter






record warmth today for twin cities, but 'several inches' of snow loom for one p


coming off a balmy front end of the weekend, record-high warmth for this date is virtually certain for sunday in the twin cities, with readings forecast for the low 60s in the afternoon.the current record high in the twin cities for a feb. 19 is 57 degrees, set in 1981. the national weather service (nws) is calling for a high of 62. the average high for a feb. 19: a touch below freezing at 30.then it's more of the same in the metro, with records under threat of falling for another three days, the nws is projecting. highs through wednesday are forecast to be in the upper 50s.the only blip between now through wednesday is a strong chance of rain on monday, when many government workers and others have the day off for presidents' day.taking a peek at friday shows something more akin to winter






record warmth today for twin cities, but 'several inches' of snow looms for one


coming off a balmy front end of the weekend, record-high warmth for this date is virtually certain for sunday in the twin cities, with readings forecast for the low 60s in the afternoon.the current record high in the twin cities for a feb. 19 is 57 degrees, set in 1981. the national weather service (nws) is calling for a high of 62. the average high for a feb. 19: a touch below freezing at 30.then it's more of the same in the metro, with records under threat of falling for another three days, the nws is projecting. highs through wednesday are forecast to be in the upper 50s.the only blip between now through wednesday is a strong chance of rain on monday, when many government workers and others have the day off for presidents' day.taking a peek at friday shows something more akin to winter






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san diego's weekend weather to be cold, foggy


san diego’s weekend weather will change from being unseasonably warm to unseasonably cool, according to the national weather service.forecasters say the daytime high will hit 73 degrees friday in san diego — almost 10 degrees above normal. but saturday’s high will be only 64 — a degree below average. and sunday will be 61. a trough of low pressure will bring cool weather, and a chance of showers, to the region. fog is also likely. the conditions will last through monday.san diego's weather will change from warm and sunny to cloudy and cool.gary robbins/u-tsan diego's weather will change from warm and sunny to cloudy and cool.san diego's weather will change from warm and sunny to cloudy and cool. (gary robbins/u-t)the surf will be in the 1’ to 3’ range for most of the weekend. sea surface t






san diego's weekend weather to be cold, foggy


san diego’s weekend weather will change from being unseasonably warm to unseasonably cool, according to the national weather service.forecasters say the daytime high will hit 73 degrees friday in san diego — almost 10 degrees above normal. but saturday’s high will be only 64 — a degree below average. and sunday will be 61. a trough of low pressure will bring cool weather, and a chance of showers, to the region. fog is also likely. the conditions will last through monday.san diego's weather will change from warm and sunny to cloudy and cool.gary robbins/u-tsan diego's weather will change from warm and sunny to cloudy and cool.san diego's weather will change from warm and sunny to cloudy and cool. (gary robbins/u-t)the surf will be in the 1’ to 3’ range for most of the weekend. sea surface t






scattered snow flurries in denver; few disruptions on morning commute – the denv


light snow flurries are expected for one more day in the denver area before the storm moves east and a gradual warming trend begins, forecasters say.unlike thursday evening’s commute where snowfall throughout the day created tough driving conditions in the foothills and mountains, so far traffic in the denver metro area appears to be running smoothly.a women rushes across the street in downtown denver as snow continues to fall, feb. 24, 2017. cold weather will last throughout the weekend in the denver area.“we haven’t seen too many crashes. the roads are in pretty good shape. there have been no road closures,” said stacia sellers,  spokeswoman for the colorado department of transportation.crews treated the roads with chemicals in advance of the storm and stayed out through thursday night k






cloudy skies wednesday as cold front moves in over denver – the denver post


it will be cloudy and temperatures are expected to drop more than 20 degrees wednesday from tuesday’s balmy high of 63, weather forecasters predict.a northeast breeze gusting up to 17 mph will keep the high to around 40 degrees, according to forecasters at the national weather service in boulder.there is a slight chance of sprinkles or freezing drizzle before 8 p.m. with areas of fog, the nws says. after 8 p.m., freezing drizzle is likely.the low wednesday night will be around 19 degrees.it will be mild and mostly dry in the mountains, nws forecasters predict.freezing drizzle will continue before 11 a.m. on thursday and there will be patchy fog after that. the high on thursday will be around 39 degrees.sunny skies are expected for friday and the weekend in the denver area.the high will be






afternoon forecast: partly cloudy, high of 39


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san diego's weekend weather to be cold, foggy


san diego’s weekend weather will change from being unseasonably warm to unseasonably cool, according to the national weather service.forecasters say the daytime high will hit 73 degrees friday in san diego — almost 10 degrees above normal. but saturday’s high will be only 64 — a degree below average. and sunday will be 61. a trough of low pressure will bring cool weather, and a chance of showers, to the region. fog is also likely. the conditions will last through monday.san diego's weather will change from warm and sunny to cloudy and cool.gary robbins/u-tsan diego's weather will change from warm and sunny to cloudy and cool.san diego's weather will change from warm and sunny to cloudy and cool. (gary robbins/u-t)the surf will be in the 1’ to 3’ range for most of the weekend. sea surface t






morning forecast: sunny, upper 30s


morning star tribune local twin cities (minneapolis/st. paul) weather video forecast  broadcast weather february 12, 2017 — 9:36am






more rain (and possibly snow) on the way, but rainfall record may be out of reac


heavy rainfall this month pushed totals toward record highs.it looks like this month’s heavy rainfall, which pushed us near record totals, will fizzle out.rainfall totals for the month of february crept up to 8.26 inches over the holiday weekend — the fourth heaviest on record — but still short of the 9.11 inches needed to break the record set in 1961.that’s according to meteorologist dana felton of the national weather service’s seattle office who said there’s not likely to be enough rain over the next week to put us over the top. “we’re going to get showers, but then it’s going to dry up over the weekend,’’ felton said tuesday morning.most read storiessave 75% on digital access today.showers are expected through friday, but felton said there’s “no organized system coming at us, and that






record warmth today for twin cities, but 'several inches' of snow loom for one p


coming off a balmy front end of the weekend, record-high warmth for this date is virtually certain for sunday in the twin cities, with readings forecast for the low 60s in the afternoon.the current record high in the twin cities for a feb. 19 is 57 degrees, set in 1981. the national weather service (nws) is calling for a high of 62. the average high for a feb. 19: a touch below freezing at 30.then it's more of the same in the metro, with records under threat of falling for another three days, the nws is projecting. highs through wednesday are forecast to be in the upper 50s.the only blip between now through wednesday is a strong chance of rain on monday, when many government workers and others have the day off for presidents' day.taking a peek at friday shows something more akin to winter






warm up in store for denver through the weekend – the denver post


soft westerly breezes and mostly sunny skies are forecast for the denver metro area.the high on thursday is expected to reach about 49 degrees in downtown denver, according to forecasters with the national weather service in boulder.andy cross, the denver postbrier, a 2-year-old blue healer, just misses a flying disc thrown by his owner josh tallent in unseasonably warm temperatures at washington park feb. 21, 2017.a few snow flurries are possible in the mountains on thursday. after that the next chance for snow falls on sunday.temperatures will continue to climb at the end of the week, reaching 60 on saturday, the nws forecasts.expect sunny skies this weekend with highs reaching 64 on saturday and 68 on sunday.sunny skies will stick around the early part of next week, but temperatures wil






pro-refugee demonstration turns tense at university of washington


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denver metro area could see a cold weekend followed by another warm week – the d


the denver metro area is expected to feel a cold snap over the weekend but temperatures should heat back up next week.“it’s cooling down through sunday, but then monday it’ll begin to warm again. but we’re only expected to get up to the 60s come friday,” national weather service spokeswoman natalie gusack said. “we’re not looking at another 80-degree record-breaking day.”saturday should have highs in the upper-50s with lows in the mid-20s, she said. there’s a slight chance of rain in the late morning, becoming more likely throughout the day. the denver area should have light winds with a 40 percent likelihood of rain and snow in the evening. denver may see up to an inch of snow.sunday should be mostly cloudy with a 10 percent chance of snow in the morning. highs should be around the low- t






more rain (and possibly snow) on the way, but rainfall record may be out of reac


heavy rainfall this month pushed totals toward record highs, but a dry upcoming weekend makes it more likely that 1961 will hold onto the wettest february on the books.it looks like this month’s heavy rainfall, which pushed us near record totals, will fizzle out.rainfall totals for the month of february crept up to 8.26 inches over the holiday weekend — the fourth heaviest on record for the month — but still short of the 9.11 inches needed to break the record set in 1961.that’s according to meteorologist dana felton of the national weather service’s seattle office, who said there’s not likely to be enough rain over the next week to put us over the top. “we’re going to get showers, but then it’s going to dry up over the weekend,’’ felton said tuesday morning.most read storiessave 75% on dig






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afternoon forecast: cloudy and mild; wintry mix tonight


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afternoon forecast: cloudy and milder


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long island weather: wednesday’s warm ahead of snowstorm


a fast-moving snowstorm is expected on long island, with the national weather service issuing a winter storm warning from midnight through 6 p.m. thursday.“thursday’s morning commute will be rather treacherous as the snow will come down moderate to heavy at times during this time frame,” the service’s forecast discussion says. “travel is not recommended with blizzard conditions possible at times.” that’s as moderate to heavy snow could last through the late morning.most popularthe most likely snowfall amounts, as of early wednesday morning, are 6 to 10 inches, locally higher, with those higher amounts dependent, in part, on where bands of heavy snow set up, a factor that can’t be determined beforehand, said tim morrin, weather service meteorologist in upton.datalong island weather: snowfal