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December is now underway and frigid air and winter storms are moving into the U.S. this week.
Justin Povick gave the latest updates on the ice storm unfolding from Texas to Kentucky in our live forecasts for this week's edition of AccuWeather LIVE. This may be the worst ice storm to hit the U.S. in years.
The cold weather can have some serious implications on your health. Jim Dickey hosted a segment to take a look at what some of those risks are and ways they can be prevented.
Then, Andrew Baglini discussed some of the causes of the global hunger crisis. He took a look at how the weather can exacerbate these issues and how you can help as the holiday season approaches.
Bernie Rayno and Evan Myers read fan questions and comments when they hosted their weekly 'By the Numbers' segment.
Mark Mancuso also took a look at some fan comments when he shared the latest hot topic online with his viral segment. Additionally, he shared some of the best fan-submitted photos from the past week.
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Severe weather is expected to continue to pester the Plains for the next few days, threatening millions with flooding downpours, damaging winds, hail and even a few tornadoes.
The northeastern United States will only get a couple days of dry, sunny weather before the next round of showers and thunderstorms rolls in at midweek.
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 breezy weather may create difficulties for firefighters battling wildfires across the western United States early this 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.
A severe weather outbreak seems likely to target portions of the Plains through Monday.
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.