US Midwest Braces for Weekend of Freezing Rain, Ice
Saturday, 14 January 2017 A thick glaze of ice covered roads from Oklahoma to southern Illinois Friday in a winter storm that caused numerous wrecks, forced school cancellations, grounded flights and prompted dire warnings for people to stay home. Winter storms are typically associated with heavy snowfall, but the one hammering the southern Plains and Midwest dumped freezing rain, a condition even harder for road crews to treat. A slick roadway was suspected in a fatal wreck in Missouri, where long stretches of...
The US Northeast was bracing on March 6 for a second nor’easter just days after a storm blasted the region with rain, wind, and snow. Several areas were still without power because of the earlier.. Source: Storyful Studio -
March is coming in like a lamb, today. It'll be breezy today, but temps should top out around 40. That system will be missing us to the south, but there still is slight chance of a rain/snow shower... Source: NBC 26 Wisconsin -
March comes in like a Llama!! Thursday will feature a mixture of clouds & sun. There is slight chance of a rain/snow shower but most of the area will be dry. Friday will be mostly sunny skies with.. Source: NBC 26 Wisconsin -
Heavy rain storms are forecast to sweep across the US Southern Plains and Midwest on Saturday and Sunday. More heavy rain could potentially cause more flooding, that has already forced hundreds to flee.. Source: Wochit News -
Rain is moving through the area this morning. Thankfully temperatures are above freezing, so only wet road are expected for most. There is a chance of a little ice on the roads and.. Source: Rumble -