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    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A large area of severe storms developed around Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia region Thursday afternoon, but all these storms were south of the Baltimore Metro region. The strongest storms did cause some hail over portions of Anne Arundel and Montgomery counties, as well as some damaging winds. READ MORE: Man Killed In North Baltimore ShootingLate Thursday evening, a small batch of lighter showers is moving across areas again. The last bit of rain should clear out with clouds clearing out early Friday morning. That means most of our Friday is shaping up to be sunny. READ MORE: 'Ghost Gun' Recovered At Forest Park High School, School Police SayIt will also be much cooler and much more comfortable, thanks to highs near 80 and low humidity. We are in store for a fabulous weekend of sunshine and very pleasant temperatures, near 80 degrees, which is the norm for this weekend. Beach weather will also be perfect all weekend long. Use that sunscreen! MORE NEWS: Man Injured In Shooting At West Baltimore Royal Farms, Police Say–...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Thursday will be a bit warmer than Wednesday and things will dry out, but Friday is really the day to look forward to. Clouds will linger into the afternoon on Thursday, but as sunshine peeks through later on, temperatures will climb into the low 60s in the Twin Cities. Off to the north and west, more sunshine will cause temperatures to to jump close to 70 in some spots. (credit: CBS) Southeastern Minnesota will see some shower activity in the early hours that could linger into mid-morning. On Friday, temperatures jump into the mid-70s, so WCCO’s Next Weather team has declared it a Top 10 Weather Day! Then, heat and humidity really set in over the holiday weekend, and we’ll see several storm chances.
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Some easterly winds that we had expected to turn southerly, kept us in the marine cool air with overcast skies all Thursday long. Temperatures struggled to get much over 50 degrees, while in extreme Southern Maryland they almost got to 70. A batch of rain moved thru the region Thursday evening but should clear out after midnight and skies will begin to clear as well. READ MORE: Gun Found At Baltimore High School, 11th From City Schools This YearSunny skies and milder air will follow on Friday but a much colder air mass will dominate this weekend. Saturday, as a cold front crosses the region a few showers are very likely, and cooler breezy conditions will follow. Sunshine and a few clouds but chilly air will stick around on Sunday with highs only in the upper 40s. On Sunday night we expect to drop back into the mid or upper 20’s once again! Even chillier air is on tap on a sunny, but cold Monday with highs only in the low 40s. more typical of late January,...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Let’s take a look at the bigger weather picture of the next few days. It really is good news. Besides the weekend, Friday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday look pretty solid. All five days will have sun and temps ranging from a few degrees above average to WAY above average. WAY ABOVE. Take a look. Remember to shove the weekend aside right now. READ MORE: ‘Heartbreaking’: Kent Island Community Helps Beloved Ukrainian Exchange Student Caught In WarThe average high and low today are 53/33. By St. Patrick’s Day, we are looking at 55/35. This is legit mild weather for a third of the way through March. As we steam toward the start of Spring on the 20th , Mom Nature is being quite kind. I still, though, think we get one more foul storm. Time will tell. As for the weekend, I do not consider it a storm. Foul yes, but a huge hit of Winters last grasp, no. Not in my mind anyway. Talk a look at the official graphic, then I will explain. ...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Another mild and calm Tuesday with rain headed our way arriving in the late morning. We could see a half inch of rain before the system exits Wednesday morning with highs of 62 degrees. READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Tracking RainYesterday we saw temperatures in most areas hit 60 degrees or better. Clouds will be increasing as an area of rain moves our way from the south. Winds will continue to be out of the south and southeast, which will keep very mild air in the region again. READ MORE: Two Children Injured In "Indiscriminate" Annapolis Shooting, Police SayVery mild air will be replaced by much colder air by Thursday. A batch of more showers will approach on Thursday and as temperatures fall into the 30’s, some sleet, wet snow and rain will be possible in the region, especially by Friday morning. The ground may certainly be too warm for anything to stick, but it could interrupt the morning commute on Friday. The best chance for any ice will be in Southern to Central Pennsylvania, as it will be...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– It’s going to be a week of weather where Maryland will feel just about every condition. After a cool start, Monday will end up being a mild and sunny day. Temperatures are expected to reach a high of 60 degrees and winds are expected to be calm. Temperatures are expected to be in the low 40s Monday night. A calm and cool President's Day morning. We gradually climb to a comfortable upper 50s under sunny skies. Great day to walk the dog. Updates on WJZ #WJZFirstAlert. pic.twitter.com/bpCCGOQiXW — Tim Williams WJZ (@TimWilliamsWJZ) February 21, 2022 READ MORE: Maryland Weather Will Fluctuate This WeekHowever, things will change for Tuesday. The WJZ First Alert Weather Team is tracking the chance for rain that will arrive in the morning and last throughout much of the day. In some areas, half an inch to an inch of rain is expected to fall. READ MORE: Ukrainian Church Congregation In Baltimore Prays For Putin To Choose PeaceOn Wednesday, the wind is expected to return and conditions are expected to be blustery. A...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– A slushy, wet Friday morning is ahead. Temperatures are climbing to the 40s. Rain is expected for the morning rush and later in the afternoon snow showers are possible. Temps right now —> 5AM Temps *TOMORROW* ….. Yikes. @cbschicago pic.twitter.com/dC6xLoVOTq — Laura Bannon (@LBannonWX) February 11, 2022 Wintry weather winds down through the night as temperatures come crashing down. Saturday and Sunday’s high temperatures will be near 20 degrees.
    CHICAGO (CBS)– Another mild day is ahead. Wednesday’s high temperatures will be near 40 degrees with a chance of sprinkles of flurries during the afternoon and evening. By Thursday, temperatures drop to 30 degrees. There is a chance of rain or wet snow by early Friday with minor accumulations. Highs for Friday reach near 40 before falling in the afternoon. Colder weekend weather in the 20s is ahead for both Saturday and Sunday.
    DENVER (CBS4) – The week will get off to a dry and quiet start around Colorado with plenty of sunshine in store. Temperatures by Monday afternoon will warm as much as 10 degrees over the highs observed on Sunday. By the middle of the week a weather system will move out of the Pacific Northwest and into the Great Plains states. It will bring a cold front through the region sometime on Wednesday with some gusty wind, cloud cover and cooler temps. Behind the front we could even see some light snow showers develop in the mountains and along the Front Range. Right now it doesn’t look like it will be much. If anything changes we’ll be sure to let you know. We could see another fast-moving but weak weather system move into the region for Friday. Right now it also looks like it could bring a small chance of snow showers by Friday afternoon or evening.
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The first thing I want to put out there is this: the potential weather problem of Friday is a ways away. Lots of time to watch this one develop. This time tomorrow night, we will be talking about rain and pretty mild temperatures. This time tomorrow night, the National weather story will be heavy snow, and or ice, affecting millions. But not us. We are on the warm side of this event. READ MORE: Firefighters From Across The Country Attend Memorial Service For 3 Baltimore FirefightersOn Friday morning, when really cold air whips around the low, the actual storm, it will run into the back edge of our rain and there is the dynamic for a mix of snow, sleet, and maybe freezing rain before an end on Friday afternoon. So it is not like a BIG STORM is on the way. Our problem will be more the cause, and effect of pure science. Water freezes at 32°. That is the game-changing number and after an early overnight, Thursday into Friday, low of 43° the 32° could...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Thursday was another above normal afternoon with a high of 47!  Our normal is now 43. Friday will be a day of great transition, from mild to arctic! We will likely reach the low to mid 40’s in the morning and afternoon before a cold front presses through the region and drops the temperatures throughout the evening and into the day on Saturday. READ MORE: Feds File Charges Against Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn MosbyLows on Friday night will drop into the teens once again, but wind chills will fall into the single digits. Sun and some clouds will be around both days before a winter storm moves our way later on Sunday. Cold air will be in place on Sunday night as an area of low pressure will begin to move our way and eventually cross close by on Sunday night into early Monday morning. First look at the potential snow amounts across the region on Sunday night into Monday morning.#WJZ pic.twitter.com/l5mth4BGun — Bob Turk WJZ-TV 13 (@TurkWJZ) January 14, 2022 With plenty of moisture present,...
    Stay Informed: WCCO Weather App | Live Radars | School Closings & Delays | More WHAT WE KNOW – Greatest impact in west and southwest MN – Very little snow expected in Wisconsin – Timing: Starts Friday morning and ends Friday evening WHAT WE’RE TRACKING – Exact storm path – How much snow will fall in metro – Snow totals across southwestern MN MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — After another mild day in Minnesota Thursday, a winter storm will move through the state, possibly dropping as much as a foot of snow in the southwest. There were a few flakes flying in the metro Thursday morning, according to WCCO Meteorologist Riley O’Connor, but nothing as impactful as we’ll see on Friday. The Twin Cities will see a high of 32, with temperatures mostly in the upper 20s and lower 30s across the state. A winter storm will move in from the west Friday morning, mainly impacting western and southwestern Minnesota, where winter storm warnings have been issued for areas from Fargo to the Iowa border. A winter storm watch is in effect for...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Wednesday will be another mild day across Minnesota, and some parts of the state could see a few snowflakes in the morning hours. Southeastern Minnesota and areas along Interstate 94 were seeing patchy drizzle and some light snowfall around 5 a.m. That precipitation could hit the Twin Cities by the time the morning commute begins. Temperatures in the metro had already reached the low 30s Wednesday morning, and after dipping a few degrees, they’ll bounce right back there in the afternoon. Up north, it’ll be closer to the mid-20s. (credit: CBS) Overnight into Thursday, some moisture will move into the state, potentially causing a quick dusting of snow in the early morning. On Friday, snow will be flying in western Minnesota during the morning commute, and will reach the Twin Cities later in the morning. Central and western Minnesota are expected to be impacted most by this system. Temperatures will be similarly mild on Thursday before dropping into the teens on Friday and Saturday, then rebounding on Sunday.
    DENVER(CBS)- A mild-mannered work week is under way. A strong ridge of high pressure helped many across eastern Colorado helped to get a warming trend going for the second week of January. Credit: CBS4   Many of the highs over eastern parts of the state managed to rise into the 50s to start the week. Credit: CBS4 Some of our friends to the north and west stayed on the chilly side. Such as Greeley only making it to 34 degrees on Monday. Temperatures will be well above normal in and around the Denver metro area thru Thursday. The only dip in that warm up will be a trough passing thru Montana and Wyoming on Tuesday. That may kick up a little wind and a few clouds over the state but, no moisture should fall. Credit: CBS4 Another warming ridge of high pressure will boost temperatures by Wednesday and Thursday 10 to 15 degrees above normal. Credit: CBS4 The next cold front will swing thru on Friday with a chance for snow returning to the mountains. At this time, it doesn’t look...
    By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist/Weather Producer Good evening all, READ MORE: Multiple New Jersey School Districts Going Remote After Winter BreakFor tonight, it will be rather mild for December standards, with a low in the upper 40s. Fog, drizzle, and light rain are also possible. Friday begins a warming trend with a high around 55. It will be mostly cloudy, but some peeks of sun are possible in the afternoon. READ MORE: Mayor-Elect Eric Adams Outlines COVID-19 Plan For New York City As Omicron Cases SpikeNew Year’s Eve festivities should go off without a hitch, as temps will be steady, holding in the upper 40s to around 50, and rain holds off until after midnight. For New Year’s Day, it will be even milder, with temps approaching 60, however, it will be a rather wet day. Saturday night continues to stay mild, with lows in the upper 40s, with on-and-off rain, which could be heavy at times. MORE NEWS: With COVID Infection Numbers Surging, Health Experts Say N95 Face Masks Offer Best ProtectionThere will be one last...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — If you’re dreaming of a white Christmas, this year will be a disappointment. The forecast calls for rainy weather along with mild afternoon temperatures. Christmas Eve features sunny skies early and seasonable temperatures climbing into the mid to upper 40s. Clouds will fill in throughout the day before rain finally arrives later Friday night. READ MORE: Collegeville Bakery Fills 2,200-Square-Foot Empty Building With Toys, Food For Local Families This ChristmasFor families waiting to travel on Christmas Eve, the weather will cooperate throughout the day. However, the later you wait to hit the roads conditions will turn unsettled as a system draws in rain later that night. The storm looks to arrive overnight on Friday leading to wet roads through Christmas morning. Luckily, the bulk of the rain falls overnight. Gradual clearing is likely once the storm departs as drier air begins to work back into our region. READ MORE: 5 In Custody After US Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon's Carjacked Vehicle Recovered In Delaware, Police SaySorry team snow — temperatures will be too mild to see...
    Just when you think you've dodged the coronavirus, up pops a new variant: Omicron.  The good news is that the new COVID-19 variant is milder than the Delta variant, but chances of reinfection are nearly five times higher, according to a recent study by the Imperial College London. Experts say that a "viral blizzard" could be upon us in the coming weeks, all thanks to Omicron. That means that Omicron might actually be helpful in achieving heard immunity faster. Officials are still urging everyone to get vaccinated, which can prevent life-threatening symptoms of the COVID-19 virus. Meantime, New Jersey and US officials are taking measures to prevent the spread. “My fear is we’re going to be getting back to capacity limits at some point," Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday. "This thing is still with us and sadly, the numbers are still going up." Those who are not vaccinated are "quite vulnerable to getting infected and getting into serious trouble," Dr. Anthony Fauci said in an interview with Eyewitness News. New Jersey reported an additional 16 COVID-10 deaths and 6.260 cases on Friday, the...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The mild start to the week continues, as we hit a very mild 59 degrees on Tuesday afternoon with bright sunny skies. Tomorrow will be almost as nice but with a few more clouds with an expected high of around 55. We may see more clouds from later Wednesday into Thursday, and even a touch of drizzle is possible Thursday night as easterly winds take shape. READ MORE: Maryland's COVID-19 Hospitalizations More Than Double In Weeks As Health Officials Urge Booster ShotsBy Friday we are still looking at mild temperatures, but Thursday we may reach the mid 60’s! READ MORE: ‘I Feel For All Of Them’ Former Girlfriend of Rajaee Black Speaks About Shooting RampageSome showers are likely on Friday night and again on Saturday, but with continued mild temperatures. By Sunday a chillier and breezy day is on tap and we may only reach the mid 40’s once again. It should be dry but chilly, for the Ravens game here on Sunday. MORE NEWS: Cybersecurity Incident Prevents Maryland Health Department From Publishing COVID-19 Case DataHave a...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– Another mild day is ahead. Friday begins with light rain showers, especially north. A few flurries possible in the mix but any precipitation should start to wrap up by the middle of the morning. READ MORE: Jussie Smollett Trial: Defense Attorney Calls For Mistrial And Accuses Judge Of Lunging At Her; Judge Denies Claims And MotionBy the afternoon, sun returns and temperatures reach the 50s. READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Disturbance Brings Chance Of Rain-Snow Mix To Our North OvernightSunshine holds through Saturday before clouds increase. Showers likely as the weekend wraps up. Expected scattered rain showers through the day, most of the activity wraps up after sunset. MORE NEWS: At St. John, Indiana's Christmas In The Park, Tree Carrying Message 'Unmask The Kids' Stirs ControversyA few flurries possible overnight Sunday into Monday.
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — It was a chilly start on Wednesday with mostly mid to upper 50s across South Florida. Temperatures were below our average low of 67 degrees. Dressing in layers is key since it’ll be quite comfortable this afternoon as highs climb to the low to mid 70s. READ MORE: Seminole Tribe Appeals Ruling That Blocks Gambling ExpansionIt’s a beautiful day ahead with mainly dry weather. Although the rain chance is low, a stray shower can’t be ruled out as the winds shift out of the Northeast later today. There is a dangerous high risk of rip currents due to the strong onshore winds and a small craft advisory for boaters due to hazardous marine conditions. READ MORE: Kyle Rittenhouse Reportedly Visited Former President Donald Trump At Mar-A-LagoWednesday night will not be as cold but still cool. Lows fall to the mid to upper 60s. Thanksgiving Day will be milder with highs climbing to the upper 70s. We will see a mix of sun and clouds. Spotty showers will be possible. Friday will be warmer with highs...
    Though Thursday gave us an unseasonably warm and sunny Veterans Day, intense rains will abruptly move into the region starting after midnight and into early Friday morning. Be prepared. Showers and possible thunderstorms will push into the region just after midnight Friday morning, and are expected to become heavy at times before sunrise. The National Weather Service has also warned of strong wind gusts that may build up to 25 mph in portions of the D.C. area overnight. Current predictions say storms and wind will be most intense around 4 a.m. Friday morning. The heavy rain and winds will continue through the morning’s rush hour, accompanied by patchy fog. So plan your commute accordingly — and drive safely. Friday’s precipitation should end by noon, as the sun comes out and temperatures peak in the mid 60s by afternoon. There will only be a slight chance of showers during the day. This weekend will be partly sunny and breezy, but get ready to bust out the turtleneck and bring the word “chilly” back into your daily lexicon. This week’s mild break...
    Hi everyone! After a near-record high of 75 on Tuesday, another very mild day is in store for Wednesday. READ MORE: President Joe Biden Set To Visit Baltimore Wednesday To Discuss $1 Trillion Infrastructure DealWe should top out in the upper 60s under mainly sunny skies. Some changes are headed our way by later in the day on Thursday. Clouds will be increasing by the evening and some showers may break out by late at night. Temperatures will still be mild until a cold front crosses the region on Friday. The heaviest showers should occur early Friday morning followed by a chillier late afternoon breeze. Rain amounts may total more than half an inch in many places. READ MORE: Charging Documents Shed New Light On Rare Arrest In Baltimore ATM Theft CaseOur weekend will turn much cooler and that chill will last into next week. Highs will only reach the low to mid-50s once again and nighttime lows back in the ’30s. A mix of clouds and sun will be around all weekend as well. Have a pleasant day! MORE...
    Hi everyone! What a perfect start to the week! A high of 72 degrees was recorded at BWI Marshall Monday afternoon which is 12 degrees above the normal on this date. READ MORE: Police Identify 18-Year-Old Suspect In Latest Attempted ATM Theft; Businesses Advised To Take Precautions As Thieves Target StoresAfter a clear and slightly milder night, we are in store for yet another perfect day on Tuesday. Highs in most places will reach the upper 60s and some will see the low 70s! A weak front will cross the region Wednesday and may bring some clouds and only a slight cooling by Wednesday afternoon. By Thursday, we will be tracking a more significant cold front that will cross the region on Friday. Clouds will move in Thursday night with showers likely by early Friday before cooler air moves in later in the day. READ MORE: 'I'm Very Concerned': Baltimore County Police Investigating Triple Shooting In Owings MillsOur weekend will get a lot cooler and breezy with a mix of clouds and sun both Saturday and Sunday. Nights will be...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– A hot holiday weekend is ahead. Friday will be a sunny and breezy day with temperatures near 75 degrees. Saturday will be sunny with temperatures climbing to the upper 80s. Temperatures will be in the low 90s by July 4.
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Sunny at first then increasing clouds Friday. Highs around 70.Get the latest weather info with our ABC7 Chicago AccuWeather app.Here's your 7-day weather forecast.Friday: Sunny, then clouds increase. High: 70, Low: 50Saturday: Partly cloudy, a few showers. High: 68, Low: 52Sunday: Stray showers. High: 70, Low: 54Monday: Rainy at times. High: 67, Low: 54Tuesday: Sunny, mainly dry. High: 72, Low: 56Wednesday: Sunny, warm. High: 76, Low: 60Thursday: A few storms. High: 76, Low: 62Get the free AccuWeather app for iPhoneGet the free AccuWeather app for AndroidNow you can get the daily allergy count for the Chicago area during select ABC7 Newscasts. You can also visit the following link: Loyola Medicine Allergy Count or call the Loyola Medicine Allergy Hotline at 1-866-4-POLLEN for English.
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California will see some patchy fog Friday morning, with temperatures warming to the 70s and 80s by afternoon.Los Angeles and Orange counties will see some fog in the morning, then a high of 77 degrees by afternoon.The valleys and Inland Empire will be warmer, hitting 88 with hazy sunshine by the afternoon.Conditions should drop by a few degrees over the weekend.Get the latest updates on the weather with the Free ABC7 Los Angeles appDownload the ABC7 app for weather alerts: Click here for iOS devices | click here for Android devices. If you have the app, turn on push notifications and personalize the app. Click on My News from the bottom menu, then star the topics you'd like to follow and tap Done.Live radar: abc7.la/LiveMEGADOPPLERWatches/Warnings: abc7.la/WxWarningsDownload the free Accuweather app for iPhone and Android devices.Share your weather pictures and video with #ABC7Eyewitness7-Day Forecasts
    THOUSANDS of Brits have hit the beach today to soak up the last of the sun on Good Friday. But Boris Johnson has urged people not to meet indoors or stay overnight over the Easter weekend. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates... 5Brits hit the beach in Brighton to meet up with friends on Good FridayCredit: David McHugh / Brighton Pictures 5Groups sat on the pebbles on the south coast to enjoy the last of the mild weatherCredit: David McHugh / Brighton Pictures Crowds have been enjoying the tail-end of the mini heatwave outdoors across the country. Parks, beaches and beauty spots have been packed full of sunseekers as temperatures remain mild. But speaking in a video on social media this morning, the PM issued a warning to Brits planning to see loved ones for the first time in months over Easter. He said the country is "not yet" at the stage where families and friends can meet inside, even if they have been vaccinated. Mr Johnson added: "We're very much in a...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — On Sunday night, it will be partly cloudy with lows in the lower to middle 40s. There will be more clouds, but it will be mild again Monday with highs in the 60s. READ MORE: Eds Driveway: Buick Envision It will be warmer than average through Wednesday then turning colder for the end of the week, dropping to the 40s for highs for Thursday and Friday. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Indiana: Officials Report 779 New Cases, 21 Additional Deaths The best chance of rain is on Tuesday with a thunderstorm possible. MORE NEWS: Nun-And-Done: Loyola Chicago Stuns Top-Seeded Illinois 71-58 (Credit: CBS 2) Rain late Thursday night into early Friday may even mix with or change over to some wet snow. (Credit: CBS 2)
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California should see partly sunny conditions and mild temperatures on Friday as much of the cloud cover hovering over the region disappears by the weekend.Los Angeles and Orange counties should see clouds in the morning, then temperatures climb to 70 degrees by Friday afternoon.Valleys and the Inland Empire will see similar conditions with a high of 72 degrees.Friday will bring a slight chance of showers in Ventura County.The weekend should be mostly clear with temperatures in the 60s.Get the latest updates on the weather with the Free ABC7 Los Angeles appDownload the ABC7 app for weather alerts: Click here for iOS devices | click here for Android devices. If you have the app, turn on push notifications and personalize the app. Click on My News from the bottom menu, then star the topics you'd like to follow and tap Done.Live radar: abc7.la/LiveMEGADOPPLERWatches/Warnings: abc7.la/WxWarningsDownload the free Accuweather app for iPhone and Android devices.Share your weather pictures and video with #ABC7Eyewitness7-Day Forecasts
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- More sun and mild Friday. Highs in the low 40s.Get the latest weather info with our ABC7 Chicago AccuWeather app.Here's your 7-day weather forecast.Friday: More sun. High: 42, Low: 33Saturday: Rain/mix overnight, then like spring. High: 50, Low: 36Sunday: Drizzle early, mild. High: 53, Low: 24Monday: Sunny, colder. High: 40, Low: 25Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, mild. High: 50, Low: 46Wednesday: Sunny, still mild. High: 46, Low: 32Thursday: Mostly cloudy, colder. High: 40, Low: 26Get the free AccuWeather app for iPhoneGet the free AccuWeather app for AndroidNow you can get the daily allergy count for the Chicago area during select ABC7 Newscasts. You can also visit the following link: Loyola Medicine Allergy Count or call the Loyola Medicine Allergy Hotline at 1-866-4-POLLEN for English.
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Southern California will see sunshine and pleasant temperatures on Friday and through the weekend.Los Angeles and Orange counties will see sunny, mild conditions Friday with a high of 73 degrees.The valleys and Inland Empire can expect similar conditions, with a high of 74.Temperatures will dip by a few degrees on Saturday, then warm up on Sunday and hit 80 in some areas by Monday.Get the latest updates on the weather with the Free ABC7 Los Angeles appDownload the ABC7 app for weather alerts: Click here for iOS devices | click here for Android devices. If you have the app, turn on push notifications and personalize the app. Click on My News from the bottom menu, then star the topics you'd like to follow and tap Done.Live radar: abc7.la/LiveMEGADOPPLERWatches/Warnings: abc7.la/WxWarningsDownload the free Accuweather app for iPhone and Android devices.Share your weather pictures and video with #ABC7Eyewitness7-Day Forecasts
    DENVER (CBS4) – The Denver and Boulder areas remain under an Air Quality Alert through Friday afternoon due to pollution being trapped near the ground. Visibility will suffer and the infamous brown cloud will be visible again. Overall air quality should not be as poor on Friday as it was on Thursday. And the air should gradually improve through the day as southwest winds help to scour out the pollution that has been trapped near the ground in recent days. That said, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has issued an Air Quality Alert through 4 p.m. Friday for Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Boulder, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson Counties. All residents in these seven counties are asked to limit driving non-electric vehicles whenever possible to help decrease pollution levels. (source: CBS) Indoor residential burning is also restricted on Friday in the metro area. (source: CBS) Although fire places won’t be necessary on Friday with mild January weather expected along the urban corridor. High temperatures in the Denver area will come close to 60 degrees which is about 15...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Friday will start off mild before becoming breezy and blustery late, leading to a bitter cold weekend.EMBED More News Videos Friday starts off mild but will become blustery in the evening as bitter cold moves in for the weekend. FridayBrisk blend with a high of 44.SaturdayStill brisk. High of 31.SundayRather chilly with a high of 34.MondayMix may develop with a high of 36.TuesdayRain/snow mix with high of 34.WednesdayMostly sunny with a high of 36.ThursdaySnow chance with a high of 34. RELATED: "Rising Risk" docuseries explores how those rising sea levels will play out in the lower Manhattan of the late 21st century. Watch now on our CTV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Android TVMORE ACCUWEATHER RESOURCESCheck the latest alerts and advisories for the New York area from the National Weather ServiceCheck AccuTrack RadarSchool closings and delaysFor weather updates wherever you go, please download the AccuWeather app.
    DENVER(CBS)- Colorado’s first cold front of the new year is on the way. This system will be pushing through the state overnight New Year’s Eve into New Year’s Day. Thursday afternoon: credit: CBS4 Denver It will be splitting it’s energy north and south. As a result the effects on our region will be minimal. Friday Afternoon: credit: CBS4 Denver As far as snowfall goes, the mountains may see a light dusting of a half inch to one inch Thursday night into Friday. For Denver and the eastern plains after a mostly sunny Thursday, the Friday front will bring slightly cooler temperatures and a few clouds. New Year’s Eve in Denver will be have clouds but, be dry in Denver. With just a few flurries in the mountains. credit: CBS4 Denver New Year’s Day will be mild mannered in Denver with a few more clouds early. credit: CBS4 Denver looking ahead for the first weekend of 2021 weather will be mild but, breezy. By Sunday, Denver should be back into the fabulous fifties for high temps.
    DENVER(CBS)- Colorado’s first cold front of the new year is on the way. This system will be pushing through the state overnight New Year’s Eve into New Year’s Day. Thursday afternoon: credit: CBS4 Denver It will be splitting it’s energy north and south. As a result the effects on our region will be minimal. Friday Afternoon: credit: CBS4 Denver As far as snowfall goes, the mountains may see a light dusting of a half inch to one inch Thursday night into Friday. For Denver and the eastern plains after a mostly sunny Thursday, the Friday front will bring slightly cooler temperatures and a few clouds. New Year’s Eve in Denver will be have clouds but, be dry in Denver. With just a few flurries in the mountains. credit: CBS4 Denver New Year’s Day will be mild mannered in Denver with a few more clouds early. credit: CBS4 Denver looking ahead for the first weekend of 2021 weather will be mild but, breezy. By Sunday, Denver should be back into the fabulous fifties for high temps.
    Golf Hall of Famer Greg Norman shared photos on social media Friday suggesting he has been hospitalized with COVID-19. The 65-year-old Australian posted a video on Instagram on Thursday night saying he was experiencing coronavirus symptoms, then posted photos Friday showing himself in a hospital bed. “This sums it all up,” he wrote. “My Christmas Day.” Norman’s son, Greg Norman Jr., also said on social media that he and his wife, Michelle, have tested positive. The Normans played in the father-son PNC Championship in Orlando, Florida, last weekend. The elder Norman said Thursday that he had flu-like symptoms, including mild fever, a cough, aches and pains, and a mild headache. He said he took a virus test Tuesday that came back negative, but he was in self-quarantine anyway. He was apparently admitted to a hospital Friday, sharing a photo of himself in a hospital bed and another of a medical professional in head-to-toe personal protective equipment. “It’s been an ugly one,” Norman said Thursday. “I for one am looking forward to getting out of this quarantine and looking forward to building whatever...
    Golf Hall of Famer Greg Norman shared photos on social media Friday suggesting he has been hospitalized with COVID-19. The 65-year-old Australian posted a video on Instagram on Thursday night saying he was experiencing coronavirus symptoms, then posted photos Friday showing himself in a hospital bed. "This sums it all up," he wrote. "My Christmas Day." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Norman’s son, Greg Norman Jr., also said on social media that he and his wife, Michelle, have tested positive. The Normans played in the father-son PNC Championship in Orlando, Florida, last weekend. The elder Norman said Thursday that he had flu-like symptoms, including a mild fever, a cough, aches and pains, and a mild headache. He said he took a virus test Tuesday that came back negative, but he was in self-quarantine anyway. He was apparently admitted to a hospital Friday, sharing a photo of himself in a hospital bed and another of a medical professional in head-to-toe personal protective equipment. "It’s been an ugly one," Norman said Thursday. "I for one am looking forward to getting out...
    By The Associated Press Golf Hall of Famer Greg Norman shared photos on social media Friday suggesting he has been hospitalized with COVID-19. The 65-year-old Australian posted a video on Instagram on Thursday night saying he was experiencing coronavirus symptoms, then posted photos Friday showing himself in a hospital bed. “This sums it all up,” he wrote. “My Christmas Day.” Norman’s son, Greg Norman Jr., also said on social media that he and his wife, Michelle, have tested positive. The Normans played in the father-son PNC Championship in Orlando, Florida, last weekend. The elder Norman said Thursday that he had flu-like symptoms, including a mild fever, a cough, aches and pains, and a mild headache. He said he took a virus test Tuesday that came back negative, but he was in self-quarantine anyway. He was apparently admitted to a hospital Friday, sharing a photo of himself in a hospital bed and another of a medical professional in head-to-toe personal protective equipment. “It’s been an ugly one,” Norman said Thursday. “I for one am looking forward to getting out of this...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Friday gets off to a sunny, mild start. Highs near 40.Get the latest weather info with our ABC7 Chicago AccuWeather app.Here's your 7-day weather forecast.Friday: Sunny, milder. High: 40, Low: 34Saturday: Cloudy with light rain. High: 45, Low: 30Sunday: Mostly sunny. High: 39, Low: 30Monday: Sunny, breezy, warmer. High: 44, Low: 31Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, quiet. High: 41, Low: 30Wednesday: Cloudy with mix to snow. High: 45, Low: 26Thursday: Big change! Cold. High: 20, Low: 14Get the free AccuWeather app for iPhoneGet the free AccuWeather app for AndroidNow you can get the daily allergy count for the Chicago area during select ABC7 Newscasts. You can also visit the following link: Loyola Medicine Allergy Count or call the Loyola Medicine Allergy Hotline at 1-866-4-POLLEN for English.
    By Mark McIntyre, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer What a glorious finish to the week it was! Mild temps and ample sunshine made for a spring feel, and we’ll continue the mild temps this weekend! Expect more clouds this evening and overnight ahead of a weak frontal system, and there could be a few drops late tonight. Temps drop into the upper 30s and mid 40s overnight, so a bit on the chilly side. The weekend will have pleasantly mild temps, but there will be a bit of rain. Saturday does look like the more unsettled day, but not a washout by any means… just remember to grab the umbrella! Sunday will start off with a few drops with a bit of clearing through the day, and temps will near 60! Enjoy it though, because temps will much colder by midweek… along with a looming risk for snow. Stay tuned! MORE FROM CBS NEW YORK Indoor Dining To Be Suspended In New York City, Gov. Cuomo Cites Increasing COVID-19 Hospitalizations COVID-19 Pandemic Driving Homelessness In NYC To Record Levels,...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Look for clear skies Wednesday evening with patchy fog developing late. The low for Wednesday night is 31. (Credit: CBS 2) It will be another bright one on Thursday with above average temps. Temperatures will run a good 10-15 degrees warmer than normal, with a high of 52. (Credit: CBS 2) Friday starts dry with rain arriving in the afternoon. There will be cold, raw rain Friday night and through Saturday. The high for Friday is 44. (Credit: CBS 2) We are still watching the weekend storm track. Right now, areas well northwest of the city, especially closer to the Wisconsin line, have the best chance for snow accumulation. (Credit: CBS 2) Cold rain changes to snow late day Saturday and into the night. By Sunday morning, the system departs and dry air moves into our area. (Credit: CBS 2) Also From CBS Chicago: Woman Finally Gets Job After 10 Months, But Is Now Being Ordered To Pay State $31,000 Back — And Blames Fraud 23-Year-Old Man Fatally Shot In Garfield Ridge...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Temperatures will soar back into the mid 60s along Colorado’s Front Range on Wednesday before a winter storm brings snow almost statewide starting late Thursday. Most areas at lower elevations will be at least 20 degrees above normal for the second week in December. Denver should be at least a degree or two warmer than Tuesday when the city reached 65 degrees. The normal high temperature this time of year is 43 degrees. (source: CBS) It will be at least 20 degrees colder on Thursday and Friday should be at least 10 degrees colder than Thursday. So get ready to bundle up again! In terms of snow, it will spread from southwest to northeast across much of the state Thursday night. In the Denver metro area, snow showers are possible at any time from Thursday night through early Saturday morning. But even with the snow chances extending more than 24 hours, snowfall amounts are expected to be light. Most of the Denver metro area as well as northern Colorado should get 1 to 3 inches of snow...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Temperatures will soar back into the mid 60s along Colorado’s Front Range on Wednesday before a winter storm brings snow almost statewide starting late Thursday. Most areas at lower elevations will be at least 20 degrees above normal for the second week in December on Wednesday. Denver should be at least a degree or two warmer than Tuesday when the city reached 65 degrees. The normal high temperature this time of year is 43 degrees. (source: CBS) It will be at least 20 degrees colder on Thursday and Friday should be at least 10 degrees colder than Thursday. So get ready to bundle up again! In terms of snow, it will spread from southwest to northeast across much of the state Thursday night. In the Denver metro area, snow showers are possible anytime from Thursday night through early Saturday morning. But even with the snow chances extending more than 24 hours, snowfall amounts are expected to be light. Most of the Denver metro area as well as northern Colorado should end up with 1 to 3 inches...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– Sunshine returns with mild temperatures. Thursday’s temperatures will be near 50 degrees with mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will stay in the 50s for Thursday, but drop to the 40s by Friday. Rain returns late Friday and may mix with a little snow on Saturday.
    DENVER (CBS4) – After a very warm and dry weekend with plenty of sunshine we’ll see more of the same for the first half of the new week. Colorado remains under a big ridge of high pressure and that will keep afternoon temperatures running some 10 to 20 degrees above normal for most areas. If you’re hoping for more seasonal weather then hang tight, there is a change on the horizon. You can see it on the current jet stream map. There are two features we are following closely. One is an area of low pressure over California that is cut-off from the main jet stream. The second is just off the northwest coast of the United States. These two features will drift around a little bit over the next few days before starting to move east toward the middle of the week. By Thursday they will be close enough to Colorado to increase the moisture over the state and that means clouds will be on the increase. By Friday the two features will join...
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