After a few chilly days in Detroit, the weekend threatens to bring damaging wind-driven rain.
Periods of rain and locally damaging winds will speed across the Ohio Valley over the weekend, likely reaching Detroit by Sunday.
The gusty winds will threaten to down trees and power lines and have the potential to delay air travel in the area.
Travelers should prepare for slower movement along Interstates 90, 70 and 64 among others, as blinding downpours sweep the region.
Drier, and colder, weather will return to the area Monday as the stormy weather moves eastward.
A storm will spread accumulating snow and travel delays along the I-94 corridor from the Rockies to the Upper Midwest through midweek.
A harsh late-winter snowstorm brought Washington, D.C., to its third snowiest March on record and Philadelphia to its second snowiest winter ever.
A moderate earthquake shook the Los Angeles area Monday morning as dry weather prevails in the region.
Part of the same storm responsible for heavy snow in the mid-Atlantic will bring locally severe thunderstorms to Florida into Monday night.
Doctors say there is no correlation between the March's wild temperature changes and illnesses such as colds.
In the wake of the snowstorm that stayed south of New England, temperatures will slowly moderate this week.
Chicago, IL (1970)
14" of snow.
Boston, MA (1776)
Evacuation Day; the British, frustrated by southerly gales in previous attempt to dislodge Americans on Dorchester Heights, left port.
Memphis, TN (1892)
Heaviest snowstorm on record (see Mar. 21 Almanac) snow began falling at 2:30 p.m. on the 16th - ended at 9:00 a.m. on the 17th, with a total of 18.0". This had been preceded by a 1/2" snowfall on the 15th for a three day total of 18.5". Riddleton, TN received 26.3".