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    • From record heat to snow in the blink of an wye

      October 20, 2016; 11:26 AM ET

      The record warmth of recent days will be replaced by a much colder air mass following a cold front moving from the Ohio Valley to the East. Rain will change to snow in the higher ground of upstate New York and northern New England.

    • From the eye of the storm

      October 13, 2016; 11:21 AM ET

      Nicole crossed Bermuda Thursday morning as a major hurricane. Two storms will blast the Northwest with high winds and heavy rains in the next 72 hours, forcing warmer air out into the nation's midsection.

    • Matthew potentially more than a menace

      October 4, 2016; 11:24 AM ET

      Major Hurricane Matthew is now a significant threat to the entire Eastern Seaboard Thursday through the weekend with with potentially destructive winds and excessive rains.

    • Stormy period ahead

      September 28, 2016; 11:13 AM ET

      Heavy rain will soak drought-stricken areas of the mid-Atlantic over the next couple of days. Focus will then shift to Matthew and its potential to impact the Eastern Seaboard with more heavy rain later next week.

    • Massive heat surge to hasten Hermine's exit

      September 6, 2016; 11:18 AM ET

      Over the next three days, hot and humid air will expand across the Mississippi Valley all the way to the East Coast. This will be followed by even more heat and humidity leading into the weekend.

    • Heat and tropics all intertwined

      August 30, 2016; 11:37 AM ET

      The heat and humidity will be erased from much of the East later this week, but warmth will spread from the Plains eastward over the weekend. The tropics could still play an important role in the weather along the Eastern Seaboard this weekend.