A snowstorm walloped the Midwest and Northeast Tuesday, dumping several inches across Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and New York City.
The heavy snow caused slippery travel across both of the regions, resulting in thousands of airline cancellations by early Tuesday afternoon.
In Washington, D.C., all federal offices were closed Tuesday in anticipation of the storm. Public schools were also closed across numerous cities.
In the wake of the storm, a deep freeze is settling in, bringing another round of dangerously cold air.
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An area of showers and thunderstorms to the east of the Philippines is expected to become the next tropical system in the west Pacific.
Authorities uncovered a gruesome scene in San Antonio, Texas, over the weekend when they found eight people dead in the back of a sweltering tractor-trailer at a Walmart parking lot. The death toll has since risen to 10.
A potent storm system will lash the United Kingdom with soaking rain and gusty winds on Wednesday.
As storms repeat over parts of the southern United States, the risk of flooding and travel disruptions will increase at the local level this week.
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An area of heavy rain and localized downpours will inundate southeastern New England through Monday afternoon, heightening the risk for flash flooding.