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WARNING! Major Snowstorm for Mid-Atlantic

Posted: 12/18/2009 - A powerful East Coast storm will clobber the mid-Atlantic region later Friday into Saturday. Heavy snow from western North Carolina to southern New Jersey will cause a serious disruption of travel. Roads will turn icy and snow covered, and major airports such as Dulles and Baltimore-Washington International will have lengthy flight delays. Snow accumulations from central Virginia to Delaware will be as much as 10 or 12 inches.

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Severe Storms to Threaten Florida

Posted: 12/17/2009 - The storm set to unleash drenching rain across the Deep South and substantial snow over the mid-Atlantic will also spark potentially damaging thunderstorms across the Florida Peninsula Friday. Thunderstorms will ignite as incoming cooler air clashes with the warmth currently covering the state.

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Deep South Flooding May Worsen

Posted: 12/17/2009 - The same storm that dropped record rainfall over South Texas will deliver the soaking rain to the Deep South today into Friday.

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More Rain for Already Soaked Deep South Thursday into Friday

Posted: 12/16/2009 - In the wake of the storm that brought record rainfall to New Orleans, numerous rivers are out of their banks across the Deep South. Dry weather will dominate today, but more drenching rain on Thursday into Friday threatens to worsen the flooding situation.

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Dramatic Change Ahead for the Northeast

Posted: 12/15/2009 - Mild weather will continue for one more day across the Northeast before another blast of arctic air settles in on Wednesday. Along with the colder temperatures, residents and travelers will have to deal with gusty winds that will make it feel even colder.

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Increasing Concerns for Flooding around New Orleans

Posted: 12/14/2009 - Following yet another round of heavy rain in the South this weekend, more rain and thunderstorms will impact the region today and Tuesday. Flooding will result in some communities that received up to half a foot of rain from the last storm.

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