A "potentially historic" winter storm will slam the north-central U.S. from eastern Washington and Montana to Colorado        

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  • Mountain snow, below-freezing overnight temps and powerful winds in forecast for East Idaho
    The recent roller coaster weather in East Idaho is forecast to continue this week with mountain snow and below-freezing overnight temps expected to start Monday evening followed by a warming ...
    09/6/2020 - 4:06 pm | View Link
  • Fall Arrives In Time For Labor Day
    Ready for a taste of Autumn? Highs for Labor Day will only top off around 60F, then will be approximately 20F degrees below average Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the 50s. Rain chances will exist ...
    09/6/2020 - 1:21 pm | View Link
  • Winter Storm
    A winter storm is expected to move from parts of Washington, Oregon and California through the Midwest before hitting the eastern region, with up to 3 feet of snow expected in some local pockets.
    09/3/2020 - 1:01 pm | View Link
  • Place your bets: Farmer's almanacs trot out their winter forecasts for Pacific Northwest
    On one hand, it declares Western Washington and Oregon ... Caused by cooling of tropical waters in the central Pacific Ocean, La Niña winters tend to bring a mix of the jet stream and cooler ...
    09/3/2020 - 12:34 am | View Link
  • Farmers' Almanac Predicts Big, Late-Winter Storms In Connecticut
    This storm may bring up to 1-2 feet of snow to cities from Washington ... A storm will track from the nation's midsection to central New England and bring a significant late-season snowfall ...
    09/2/2020 - 8:56 am | View Link
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