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Severe Weather Today... Colder Next Week

February 21, 2014; 10:56 AM ET


1. A line of severe storms will move across the mid-Atlantic and Southeast today. The storms are in an environment where wind damage and a couple of quick-hitting tornadoes can occur. The snow cover should keep some of the storms from becoming too severe.

2. A gradual cooldown is coming next week as winter returns. There will be opportunities for snow around midweek for areas of the Appalachians and mid-Atlantic.

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