Hurricane Harvey On Devastating Path Towards Texas

Hurricane Harvey rapidly intensified and is inching closer to southeast Texas. It is likely that Harvey will strengthen to a category 3 storm and may maintain this strength at landfall making it the first U.S. land-falling storm since 2005. Widespread flooding is expected making some areas inhabitable for extended periods of time.
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Hurricane Harvey to Bring Extreme Rainfall to Southeast Texas

Hurricane Harvey is on a slow track towards southeast Texas where he is forecast to put down extreme amounts of rainfall. Significant flooding is expected from Brownsville up to Houston as Harvey will meander over the region for several days. Preparations should be taking place now to prepare for this extremely dangerous storm.
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Winter Has Returned! Potential For Biggest Storm Since January 2016 Blizzard

Cold air is making its way across the eastern U.S. this weekend delivering near freezing temperatures as far south as the Gulf Coast. Snow will fall from the Plains to parts of the Mid-South where snow will have a hard time accumulating on road surfaces. By late Monday we could be dealing with the most significant storm for the Mid-Atlantic since the blizzard of January 2017. Over a foot of snow is possible across parts of the Northeast by the middle of next week.
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After Long Hiatus Winter Returns With Vigor

Unseasonable warmth in February prematurely had trees budding and plants flowering, but by next week, many of those buds and flowers may be topped with a bit of snow. Winter is making a late season comeback in a BIG way across the eastern U.S. with several snow threats and a plunge in temperatures are very cold, Arctic air sinks south.
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Most Significant Snow of the Season So Far For Most Major Northeast Cities

Don't break out the shorts and tanks just yet, those 50s and 60s in the Northeast today will be fleeting as a winter storm comes racing through the region overnight and into Thursday morning. Some areas will see the first significant snowfall of the season. Expect higher than normal volumes at the stores today as consumers rush to buy their typical storm staples of milk, bread, and eggs.
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