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Warm with some sun
Rain, then snow; much colder
Partly sunny; breezy, colder
Rain from this evening until tomorrow afternoon, when it will change to snow and accumulate 1-3 inches before ending late tomorrow night; watch for a rapid freezeup
Mar 11, 2014; 5:00 AM ET
Rain from tomorrow evening until late Wednesday morning, when it will change to snow and accumulate 1-2 inches
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Think Mount Vesuvius was a one-off event? Think again. Though the odds of their erupting may be slim, plenty of powerful volcanoes lie just outside cities around the world.
Who says you need a passport to escape to an island in wintertime?
With spring on the horizon, the romance of Europe seems more appealing than almost any other time of year.
By the time spring finally arrives—after a winter that has broken records for cold temperatures and snowfall around the country—you’ll definitely need to go on vacation.
Why wait until summer to go on vacation? There are plenty of reasons to take some time off before the busy travel season starts.
There’s hope for urban residents yet, thanks to high-end hotel pools that require nothing more than a day pass and a little imagination to live out warm-weather fantasies.
Mar 11, 2014; 5:53 AM ET
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