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The same storm unloading a half of a foot or more of snow from Denver to Dayton, Ohio, this weekend will reach part of the Atlantic coast Sunday night and Monday.
The Palm Sunday weekend storm will mature over the Plains and Midwest but will still pack enough energy and moisture to bring up to a foot of snow over part of the central Appalachians later Sunday through Monday.
The west-to-east band of snow is scheduled to reach part of the I-95 corridor from Washington, D.C., to New York City Sunday night.
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Heavy snow, wind and severe weather may unfold late this week as a strong storm system sweeps across the central United States.
Tropical Cyclone Alfred will threaten coastal communities around the Gulf of Carpentaria with flooding downpours through early this week.
A stormy weather pattern unfolding across Europe this week will lead to showers and gusty winds sweeping into Germany on a daily basis.
Heavy rain and mountain snow will pound the northwestern United States early this week, with the most significant impacts targeting Northern California.
Southern California bore the brunt of the latest storm to blast into the western United States on Friday.
Flooding rain and locally severe thunderstorms will push eastward across the south-central United States into Monday night.
The taste of spring across the United Kingdom will peak on Monday before the threat for windstorms returns.
One of the biggest storms in years bombarded Southern California with heavy rain and gusty winds to end the week.