A front moving through the Sunshine State this afternoon continues to bring the threat of damaging wind gusts and tornadoes.
Damaging winds and isolated tornadoes are possible Monday afternoon and evening over central and south-central Florida. Heavy downpours will also lead to travel delays.
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Snow continues to wrap up after dumping over half a foot of fresh powder in the Nation's Capitol. Cold air will rush in tonight, leaving the threat for ice tonight in the mid-Atlantic.
What is coming in the wake of the snow in the East? Evan Myers and Elliot Abrams have details.
A possible tornado tore through the South yesterday leaving plenty of damage behind.
A rare mid-March snowstorm has dropped around a half of a foot of snow around the nation's capitol as of early Monday morning, and Old Man Winter isn't ready to give up just yet.
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The truth behind this old saying about the weather during the month of March.