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Latest Weather Items
The ongoing bouts of subzero temperatures have left about 20 homes in a northern Indiana city without water because of frozen underground pipes.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has ordered state offices to stay closed on Wednesday.
A winter snowstorm being described as potentially "historic" for parts of the South is expected to drop up 10 inches of snow on the D.C. area, beginning late Wednesday, forecasters say.
A winter storm that hit some parts of north Alabama with 6 inches of snow was threatening a second punch that could add 8 more.
A water main break during another deep-freeze morning has shut down an eastern Indiana county's courthouse.
Another blast of snow over a wide section of Kentucky has slicked roads and closed several school districts.
Chicago will be bitterly cold. Again.
Yet another round of wintry weather is headed to parts of Arkansas.
Five days after an ice storm knocked over trees and snapped power lines - and as another winter storm moved through the region - more than 19,000 utility customers in eastern and central Pennsylvania remain in the dark.