Joe Lundberg

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  • More Signs of the Season to Come, but Winter Not Quite Done

    March 16, 2015; 11:08 AM ET

    Very warm weather covered the eastern Rockies and central and northern Plains yesterday, and it will spread eastward today ahead of a cold front. More spikes of warmth can be expected in the next couple of weeks.

  • Mild Through Monday Before a Chill Sets in

    March 12, 2015; 11:02 AM ET

    The next storm coming out of the northern Gulf will be mainly a rain event, resulting in some flooding. It will remain through Monday before a cooler trend begins from the Midwest to the Northeast.

  • Spring Has Finally Sprung

    March 9, 2015; 11:22 AM ET

    Much milder weather and an overall lack of snow will prevail in most of the country this week in contrast to last week's bitter cold and snow that gripped much of the nation east of the Rockies.

  • Latest Forecast

    March 5, 2015; 11:19 AM ET

    As the snow exits the East Coast tonight, extreme cold follows one more time. It will begin to ease this weekend, with a mild spell likely during the middle of next week.

  • Hope Just Over the Horizon for Milder Weather

    March 4, 2015; 11:05 AM ET

    After the storminess of the next 36 hours, and the extreme cold that immediately follows, the cold will ease this weekend, with a promise of milder weather next week.

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Joe Lundberg
Joe Lundberg, a veteran forecaster and meteorologist, covers both short and long-term U.S. weather on this blog.