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Latest Weather Items
Public school and college students across West Virginia are getting a day off from class because of a winter storm.
Many schools and businesses are closed throughout Arkansas after a late-season winter storm brought freezing rain, sleet and snow to the state.
Dozens were injured and at least one killed in a highway pileup in snowy Denver that involved 104 vehicles.
Delaware is bracing for up to 10 inches of snow in parts of the state and the governor has issued a warning to motorists to be cautious on the roads.
Spring is still more than two weeks away and it is clearly still winter in parts of South Carolina.
Forecasters say there's a chance of freezing rain and possible snow flurries across portions of north Alabama, but icy conditions aren't expected to linger past rush hour.
Dozens of schools were closed or delayed in parts of central and southern Ohio as crews continued to work to rid roads of snow and ice from the latest winter storm.
The recent stormy weather has made a dent in the rainfall deficit in Los Angeles after months of drought.
Schools and governments throughout the mid-Atlantic region are taking another snow day and authorities are urging people to stay off treacherous roads as rain turns to ice and snow.