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First Alert Action Day: Storm moving across Sacramento region

The second of back-to-back winter storms is making its way into our region Saturday, bringing rain to the valley and snow to the Sierra Nevada, where up to two feet of snow already has fallen on the mountains around Lake Tahoe. Eastbound I-80 traffic no longer being held at Floriston.
SACRAMENTO, CA
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Heavy rain possible next week

An unsettled weather pattern next week could bring a couple of days of heavy rains to our area. NOAA is watching models that are coming into agreement about rain from the southern plains building into the Ohio and Tennessee valleys by midweek. The heaviest focus of rain on Wednesday and...
TENNESSEE STATE
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cnycentral.com

Strong wind in CNY, plus a batch of heavy rain to lake effect snow

SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Get ready for another windy weather maker! This system will also bring a cold front with a batch of heavy rain. Then lake effect snow develops behind it. Let's start with the alerts. There are Wind Advisories for Onondaga County and areas west and north. High Wind Warnings for Jefferson County and the Rochester to Buffalo area. This is where the strongest winds will be.
SYRACUSE, NY

Remembering the ‘Great Coastal Gale of 2007’

December 3rd marks the 15th anniversary of the windstorm referred to as the “Great Coastal Gale of 2007”, which had a major impact on residents and visitors to Cannon Beach and the north Oregon coast. This windstorm was the last in a series of 3 powerful Pacific storms in as many days that affected Oregon, Washington and British Columbia in early December of 2007. The storm produced an extremely long-duration wind event with hurricane-force wind gusts of over 135 mph on parts of the Washington coast; with gusts of 129 mph recorded at Bay City (on the east shore of...
CANNON BEACH, OR

Firefighters rescue stranded residents from rooftops after heavy flooding in Brazil

Firefighters in Brazil rescued stranded residents from the rooftops of flooded properties in Santa Catarina State, where heavy rain has caused havoc.The extreme weather has caused rivers to burst their banks, blocking and damaging roads and inundating properties.At least two people have died as a result of the flooding, and more than 900 residents have been displaced, according to officials.Dramatic footage captures rescuers pulling people from the rooftops of their homes as floodwater rises around them.Click here to sign up for our newsletters. Read More Drone footage captures devastation wrecked by deadly landslide in BrazilRaging fire engulfs Mystic marina as firefighters tackle flamesFirefighters face sack if found to have bullied or been racist, LFB boss says
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Soggy Saturday, colder Sunday in Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- Updated 8 a.m. December 3 — Rainy and mild start to weekend and dry and cold to end it. Saturday starts off wet as a new cold front moves through Maryland. There could be heavy rain at times, and it could be windy. Rain will gradually taper during the afternoon. High temperatures will be above average in the upper 50s and low 60s.
BALTIMORE, MD
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Cortland Weather Outlook: Saturday, December 3

FUNFLICKS BRINGS THE DRIVE-IN TO YOU. CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW!!. Your Cortland County weather forecast for Saturday, December 3, 2022:. Another windy day is ahead as low pressure tracks across Canada, dragging a cold front through the region. Winds have been increasing through the night and will peak during the...
CORTLAND COUNTY, NY
WAAY-TV

Isolated showers Sunday, then heavy rain returns by Monday

Northern Alabama and southern Tennessee saw a few rain showers Saturday morning and early afternoon. The showers and patchy fog gave way to a peak of sunshine by the afternoon with highs reaching into the 60's. Colder air moved into the region Saturday evening behind a cold front, but the...
TENNESSEE STATE
AZFamily

Weekend rain in Arizona, big cool down ahead

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Happy Saturday, everyone! We’re expecting widespread light to moderate rainfall to continue throughout the afternoon and overnight. As of 4 p.m., some areas across the Valley, like San Tan Valley and Fountain Hills, have already seen over half of an inch of rain. We are seeing some heavy rain at times, especially south and east of the Valley. Temperatures are also much cooler today than yesterday.
ARIZONA STATE
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Samaritan Ministries collects pennies to help those in need

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Volunteers from Samaritan Ministries and people in Winston-Salem came together, collecting spare change and dollars for a bigger purpose. Despite the heavy rain donors gave away their spare change at the drive-through at the Truist Stadium, Saturday morning. The annual "Penny Campaign" returned for its 13th...
WINSTON-SALEM, NC
CBS42.com

Off And On Rain On The Way; Heavy Rain Across North Alabama

TONIGHT: Fog is likely. Lows in the 40s. A few clouds are likely overnight. SUNDAY: Cloudy and cool. A few showers are possible, but widespread rain is unlikely. More spots than not stay dry. Highs in the 50s. MONDAY-WEDNESDAY: A front becomes near stationary across North Alabama to kick off...
WTOK-TV

A slight cool off heading into the second half of the weekend

MERIDIAN, Miss. (WTOK) -We saw some stray showers earlier this morning, but no one got a real washout, and we will remain dry throughout the rest of the day. Temperatures have risen quite a lot as cloud cover has cleared out and most of us had highs in the upper 70s, so this definitely doesn’t feel like winter.
MERIDIAN, MS
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First Alert Forecast | Clouds linger, heavy rain early next week

ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - Although gloomy, the forecast remains mostly dry for Saturday evening plans. Temperatures are cooling back into the 50s this evening. Plan on temperatures in the 50s with a light breeze through your evening plans. You’ll want a light jacket. Temperatures bottom-out in the upper 30s and lower 40s north of Atlanta Sunday morning; low to mid-40s inside the Perimeter.
ATLANTA, GA
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Flood Advisory issued for Hidalgo by NWS

Effective: 2022-12-03 21:08:00 CST Expires: 2022-12-03 21:15:00 CST Urgency: Expected Severity: Minor Certainty: Likely Target Area: Hidalgo FLOOD ADVISORY WILL EXPIRE AT 915 PM CST THIS EVENING The Flood Advisory will expire at 915 PM CST this evening for a portion of Deep South Texas, including the following county, Hidalgo. The heavy rain has ended. Flooding is no longer expected to pose a threat. Please continue to heed remaining road closures.
HIDALGO COUNTY, TX
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