Mild weather is in store for the latter park of weekend around Harrisburg, Pa., with temperatures rising into the lower 50s.
The warmth will continue to reduce the snow cover gradually throughout the region, as well as the giant piles of snow at shopping malls and along the borders of streets. Sudden fluctuations are possible on the Susquehanna River as ice may begin to break and shift.
This mild pattern will soon come to an end.
A weak system will bring the chance of a bit of snow or a wintry mix as early as late Sunday.
Another weak system may swing through with a bit of snow on Tuesday.
A third system will have to be watched for the potential for more substantial snow by Wednesday.
While a pair of storm systems will pass to the north and south of Germany late this week, the weather is expected to remain tranquil across the country on Thursday and much of the day Friday.
While a pair of storm systems will pass to the north and south of France through late this week, the weather is expected to remain tranquil across the country on Thursday and Friday.
A powerful 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck near the Peru-Brazil border region shortly before 6 p.m. local time Tuesday evening, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The temblor was initially recorded as a 6.9.
While Atlanta has received above-average rainfall so far this month, dry and calm conditions are forecast for the area this week.
Compared to Thanksgiving Day in 2014, this Thanksgiving will be substantially warmer in the Northeast.
Tropical Storm Sandra, located hundreds of miles southwest of Mexico, is becoming better organized and will likely track northward through the rest of the week.
Ohio, PA, WV, NY (1950)
Record Snowstorm (24th-25th) Location Amount Youngstown, OH 28.7 in. (single storm record) Steubenville, OH 36.3 in. (single storm state record) Pittsburgh, PA 27.7 in. (single storm record) Charleston, WV 25.6 in. (single storm record) Albany, NY 22.5 in.
Typhoon Irma, the worst in 10 years packed winds up to 139 mph and resulted in a storm surge of 16 feet. 236 people killed; 600,000 were left homeless.
New York State (1989)
Heavy lake-effect snow caused a 60-car accident on I-81 north of Rome.