AccuWeather LIVE: Winter Storm Grips Northeast

By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, Staff Writer
February 14, 2014; 2:04 AM ET
Share |

On today's edition of AccuWeather LIVE's weekly show, we will continue our late-breaking coverage of the winter storm cutting power to more than half a million people and halting traffic and flights across the East.

Meteorologist Heather Waldman will give a recap of some of the devastation the storm already caused in her Extreme Weather segment. Meteorologist Justin Povick will give the latest details on the current conditions, as well as a look ahead to when it will finally warmup for the eastern part of the country.

U.S. Interactive Radar
Forecast Temperature Maps
Severe Weather Watches and Warnings

Bernie Rayno and Evan Myers will be live with the latest By the Numbers segment. Show host Mark Mancuso will share some fan photos of the ice and snow that has been gripping the South and Northeast.

For a chance to see your question or comment addressed on air, send it over to us on Facebook, Twitter or Google+.

Have questions, comments, or a feature you'd like to see on AccuWeather LIVE? Email Samantha-Rae Tuthill at, follow her on Twitter @Accu_Sam or Google+. Follow us @breakingweather, or on Facebook and Google+.


Comments left here should adhere to the Community Guidelines. Profanity, personal attacks, and spam will not be tolerated.

More Weather News

Daily U.S. Extremes

past 24 hours

  Extreme Location
High N/A
Low N/A
Precip N/A


This Day In Weather History

Montana (1979)
A thunderstorm passed through Livingston, MT, near Bozeman, dumping 2.5 inches of rain in 1 hour. Small roads in central mountain areas were washed out and the interstate highway was under water.

North Dakota (1991)
Huge hail caused severe damage in eastern North Dakota. Some hail was as large as six inches in diameter. Holes were punched in roofs and 16,000 acres of crops were destroyed.

Alaska (1984)
The remains of Typhoon Holly brought heavy rains and flooding to south-central Alaska with heavy snow inland. (4-foot drifts at Denali National Park).

Rough Weather