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Remembering the blizzard of ‘78

Updated: 01/29/2008 - 30-years ago today the snow started falling and didn’t stop for three days. When the snow finally slowed, South Bend was buried under 36-inches of snow.

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Winter storm blasts Southern Calif.

Posted: 01/25/2008 - The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the Santa Barbara County mountains. And a flash flood warning is in effect in areas of Los Angeles affected by last year's wildfires.

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Storm drops heavy snow, rain on Southern California

Posted: 01/24/2008 - Heavy snow halted traffic in both directions on a major interstate in the mountains north of Los Angeles. California Highway Patrol officers escorted vehicles caught in a pass to safety.

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Heavy snow blankets Great Lakes states

Posted: 01/23/2008 - Snow starting falling yesterday and continued into today, piling up to about a foot in western Michigan and southeastern Wisconsin. The snowfall has since tapered off in Michigan, where the National Weather Service canceled a winter storm warning.

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New England getting snow from nor' easter

Posted: 01/14/2008 - The National Weather Service has canceled a heavy snow warning in the New York City area, where three to six inches of snow may fall. Some school delays are reported.

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Northeast to get slammed by winter storm

Posted: 01/14/2008 - The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency says snow could pile up an inch an hour in some areas before it tapers off. Both the morning and evening commutes could be messy.

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High winds, heavy rains move across South

Posted: 01/11/2008 - A tornado watch has also been issued for western Alabama as the storms began moving into the state. The University of Alabama has suspended classes and the University of North Alabama shut down in Florence.

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Road closings in Michiana

Updated: 02/12/2008 - Roads throughout Michiana are closed due to the heavy flooding or damage to the roads. Click on this article for a listing.

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At least two dead in severe weather outbreak

Posted: 01/08/2008 - Several homes were destroyed in Poplar Grove, Illinois, where authorities rescued motorists trapped by downed, live power lines. Crews searched damaged structures to make sure no one was trapped.

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Tornado touchdown in Illinois causes injuries

Posted: 01/08/2008 - In Illinois, a twister destroyed buildings, toppled trees and knocked railroad cars off the tracks before moving into Wisconsin. Three people were slightly injured.

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Rare January thunderstorm leads to flooding

Updated: 01/08/2008 - Between two and a half to three and a half inches of rain drenched Michiana overnight, dissolving the remnants of last week’s snow and leaving Michiana with flooding issues.

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9 missing, 3 dead, 145,000 without power in Western storm

Posted: 01/07/2008 - More than 145,000 homes and businesses in California were still without power late Sunday, down from more than 200,000 earlier in the day. The storm ripped down nearly 500 miles of power lines and hundreds of poles, and utility crews say it could be days before all the electricity is back on.

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Record high temperatures set as snow fades away

Posted: 01/07/2008 - The National Weather Service says that in South Bend a record high of 60 degrees for Jan. 7 was set at 3:30 a.m. The old record of 57 was set in 1963. Monday's high in South Bend was forecast to be 63 degrees.

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Flurries in Fla., but no crop damage

Posted: 01/04/2008 - Temperatures in many areas of northern Florida dropped into the 20s early today. Snow flurries were reported near Daytona Beach, the first in Florida since 2006.

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Southern freeze threatens crops

Posted: 01/03/2008 - The cold spell could prove devastating to the state's citrus industry, which is the nation's largest and already has suffered from years of disease and hurricanes.

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Winter storm snarls roads, closes schools

Posted: 01/02/2008 - In Ohio, schools are delaying or canceling classes as strong winds and heavy snow move through the state. Some parts could get up to five more inches of snow today. There are areas that already have as much as 15 inches on the ground.

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Pictures of a snowy scene in Michiana

Updated: 01/02/2008 - Check out the snowy pictures from all over the area and send in your photos of the first snow of the new year.

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Thousands of travelers stranded in Colo. by avalanche danger

Posted: 12/31/2007 - That threat is the reason more than 60 miles of Interstate 70 is closed west of Denver, and it isn't clear when the busy highway will reopen. Officials were forced to close the highway overnight because of the heavy winds and snow.

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Snow still hitting parts of the Northeast

Posted: 12/31/2007 - Areas around Albany, New York, already have up to 11 inches, and the National Weather Service says about a foot of snow has fallen in central New Hampshire.

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