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Storms head east through Southeast Mark Avery, Lead Meteorologist, The Weather Channel Mar .3, 2012 4:43 am ET South | View Regional Video * Showers and thunderstorms are possible today from eastern Virginia to the Florida Panhandle today * Some severe storms are possible from the North Carolina Coast to the Florida Panhandle * Showers and storms will continue into tonight from eastern North Carolina to Central Florida * Warmer than average temperatures are expected from Florida to Virginia * Highs will range from around 50 in the higher elevations of western Virginia and western North Carolina to around 90 in Central Florida Northeast | View Regional Video * Rain & some thunderstorms are expected from eastern New York and Southern New England southward through the Mid-Atlantic today * A mix of precipitation types is expected in Northern New England today * Snow showers are expected downwind of the Great Lakes tonight * Windy conditions are possible throughout the region today (especially in the interior), tapering off some tonight * Warmer than average temperatures are expected for much of region before the cold front moves through * Highs will range from the 30s in the interior and northern parts of Maine to around 60 near Chesapeake Bay Midwest | View Regional Video * Snow and wind is expected in the Upper Mississippi Valley and around the Great Lakes today into tonight * Some rain and snow showers are expected today in the Northern Plains today, becoming all snow tonight * Colder than average temperatures expected in the Red River Valley and parts of the Upper Mississippi Valley * Highs will range from the teens in the Red River Valley to the 50s in Kentucky, southern Missouri, and much of Kansas West | View Regional Video * Rain and mountain snow showers expected in the Pacific Northwest, Northern Rockies, and Northern High Plains today into tonight * Windy conditions are expected in the Northern High Plains and parts of the Southwest * Warmer than average temperatures are expected for much of California, Oregon, and southern Washington, and in Montana * Cooler than average temperatures are expected in the Four Corners * Highs will range from the 20s in the mountains to around 80 in parts of Southern California
Originally posted by diamondsmith
I think this is the second sign.
As today is March third 2012.
A great wind began blowing all over the world.
I hope I am wrong.
Looks like you were vague
A devastating storm system moved across the United States on Friday, spawning a slew of tornadoes that contributed to at least 21 fatalities in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio. National Weather Service meteorologist John Gordon reported Friday afternoon the agency had about "half a dozen reports of tornadoes on the ground," as well as reports of "significant damage" -- making his comments before some of the worst twisters were reported.
Originally posted by skepticconwatcher
reply to post by diamondsmith
Looks like you were vague in that one too then based on the responses.
Thanks for nothin