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Accuweather.com says warm up coming then blast of Arctic air

January 10, 2013
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Accuweather issued the following forecast… State College, Pa. — 10 January 2013 — AccuWeather reports as forecast, warmth will expand and peak into this weekend in the East. Waves of cold air with the potential of major arctic outbreaks may follow beginning during the third week of January and continuing beyond. Warmth After a storm…

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Accuweather says expect more snow before New Year’s

December 27, 2012
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AccuWeather reports a new storm is in the works for portions of New England, the mid-Atlantic and the Ohio Valley hit by the storm just after Christmas. The new storm will bring more snow to areas that received snow from the post-Christmas storm and will bring snow to some areas that got rain or mostly…

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Heavy snow reported already in Pennsylvania, New York state; on its way to CT

December 26, 2012
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Winter Storm Live: Reaches NYC; Zero Visibility for Some State College, Pa. — 26 December 2012 — AccuWeather reports the major winter storm that brought record snow to the southern Plains and gave Little Rock its snowiest Christmas in 86 years is spreading from the Ohio Valley to the eastern Great Lakes and Northeast. The…

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Big snow storm expected for southern New England post-Christmas, says Accuweather

December 25, 2012
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Accuweather just issued this forecast for the nation: East Facing Major Post-Christmas Winter Storm   State College, Pa. — 25 December 2012 — AccuWeather reports after slamming the southern Plains and Deep South on Christmas Day, a powerful winter storm will take aim on the East and central Great Lakes on Wednesday into Thursday. The…

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Weather outlook for the nation heading into Christmas from Accuweather

December 23, 2012
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Major Multi-State Snowstorm Commences Christmas Day   State College, Pa. — 22 December 2012 — AccuWeather reports all the ingredients are coming together for a major snowstorm to unfold Christmas Day and spread from the southern Plains to the eastern Great Lakes and Northeast. Far more potent than the snow event headed to the Northeast…

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