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Parts of the northeastern United States experienced their first major snowfall of the season this weekend.
A major winter storm blanketed parts of the Southeast with a rare snowfall, including in Florida and parts of southern Texas. The storm barreled north, dropping travel-disrupting snow along the Interstate-95 corridor.
From Washington, D.C., to Portland, Maine, snow created a wintry scene on Saturday and into early Sunday morning.
Nearly 5 inches of snow fell in Central Park in New York City.
While Baltimore and Washington, D.C., received less than 3 inches of snow, areas to their northwest and southeast picked up as much as 6 inches, according to AccuWeather Meteorologist Renee Duff.
Baltimore and Philadelphia both broke daily snowfall records. Areas north and west of Boston picked up over half a foot of snow.
The snow created travel woes, especially at Northeast airports. Delays up to two hours were reported at Newark International Airport.
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In the event of an impending natural disaster, those facing a direct threat will have to consider the options of evacuating to a safer location versus sheltering in place.
Hurricane Michael slammed through the Florida panhandle and into Georgia last week. President Donald Trump surveyed the hurricane-torn areas of Florida and Georgia on Monday, Oct.15.
Parts of Mexico will endure heavy rain and the risk for mudslides from Tropical Storm Tara into the middle of the week.
While the peak wind speeds are in the past with the season's first Santa Ana wind event, disruptive wind gusts and a heightened fire threat are still prevalent across Southern California.
A pair of storm systems, along with moisture from former Hurricane Michael, will combine to create potentially dangerous weather across parts of Spain, Algeria and Tunisia this week.
Nearly a week after Hurricane Michael left parts of the Florida Panhandle in ruins, emergency officials rushed to deliver aid and clear debris as the search continued for survivors.
A clash of unusually cold air for October and lingering tropical moisture will heighten the threat of heavy rain and the likelihood of flooding over the south-central United States, focused on Texas through Tuesday night.