A rather weak short wave moving through the Northeast has produced plenty of clouds across the region Thursday morning.
Mild and moist air continues to surge northward across the mid-Atlantic region Thursday morning as a warm front continues to press northward into southeastern Canada.
A program aimed at cleaning up the air in the mid-Atlantic region is encouraging short-haul truck operators serving ports in the region to trade in clunkers for newer vehicles.
The mid-Atlantic region endured another sweltering day, breaking temperature records and tying one set more than 135 years ago.
A low pressure system, now located in eastern Canada, has been dragging a cool front across interior parts of the Northeast and mid-Atlantic states during the night. That front will be pulling away from the coast early today.
The Mid-Atlantic region’s largest snowfall so far this season has left hundreds of thousands of customers without power.
One round of snow is gone, but another could be on the way. One thing’s for certain…the cold air is locked in for a while.
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