As a weak storm rolls eastward, a period of light snow will tag along Thursday night into Friday along the I-80 corridor and part of the I-95 corridor in the Northeast.
Snow associated with the weak storm system was falling over parts of Illinois, Indiana and Ohio Thursday.
Just enough snow was falling to bring a fresh light covering of snow to roads, sidewalks and vehicles.
The greatest amount of snow, 1-2 inches, is likely to fall on the Allegheny Mountains of western Pennsylvania and western New York state Thursday night.
However, a coating to an inch of snow is forecast from Cleveland to Pittsburgh, New York City and Boston as the system progresses to the east into Friday morning.
Enough snow will fall to make roads and sidewalks slippery and could lead to minor flight delays due to deicing operations and slippery runways.
As temperatures slowly rise on the rear of the weak storm, a bit of freezing rain or drizzle can occur.
Enough can fall to put a thin glaze on surfaces, including in the Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Philadelphia areas Friday morning.
A flesh-eating bacteria that thrives in warm seas has killed one person in Sarasota County, Florida, according to the Florida Department of Health.
A couple enjoying serene waters and lush landscapes as the perfect selfie background were shocked when a burst of lightning struck the trees behind them, erupting in a ball of fire.
Trouble is brewing for people with outdoor plans and travel along the Atlantic coast this weekend in the form of drenching rain and thunderstorms.
A mudslide in western India has destroyed at least 40 homes and may have buried over 150 people.
After comfortable and nice conditions for most of this week, Atlanta area residents can expect humidity to return for the weekend.
Otters at a Japanese zoo took to the water for relief from the above-normal heat.
"A considerable flood arose unexpectedly which proved detrimental to many in that colony." This was the first of 2 hurricane/floods within 30 days.
Amarillo, TX (1982)
4.22" of rain -- 24-hour July rainfall record.
Eureka, CA (1982)
A total of 0.03" in drizzle -- a daily rainfall record for midsummer.