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On the latest edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we looked at the upcoming winter season.
Stef Davis hosted a segment with SnowCountry.com's Tom Horrocks discussing where to plan your ski vacations this year, in conjunction with our winter forecast. Horrock explained what conditions make for the best skiing, when to purchase your gear to get the best deal and what some of his favorite resorts across the country are.
In Violeta Yas' Weather Why, she discussed whether or not there is any truth to the myth behind the wooly bear caterpillar's ability to predict winter.
Mark Mancuso went over some of the best fan photos of the week, including some beautiful shots of the snow that has already embraced portions of the country.
Jim Dickey also previewed our one-year anniversary coverage of Superstorm Sandy. An AccuWeather team recently returned from New Jersey where they met with residents and FEMA officials to show what has changed about the area since we covered how the area was fairing six months ago.
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Anyone in the Southeast hoping for a break from the warm, humid and unsettled weather will need to wait at least another week.
Persistent dryness and localized breezes may create difficulties for firefighters battling wildfires across the western United States into early next week.
A storm will crawl through the northeastern part of the nation during the first weekend of summer with rounds of drenching showers and thunderstorms.
Following a patchwork of severe weather this past week, a severe weather outbreak seems likely to target portions of the Plains from late this weekend to early next week.
Lightning and persistent dry weather have teamed up to produce a number of wildfires in Oregon and northwestern Canada.
Thunderstorms are expected to drench a significant part of the southern United States through Saturday and will bring temporary relief to the ongoing June swelter.
Intense storms blasted parts of the central and eastern United States with enough rain to cause devastating flooding this week.
While mainly dry weather is expected across Russia as group play continues at the 2018 FIFA World Cup early this week, intense heat will persist for some of the matches.