The weather forecast calls for an Arctic front dropping into the eastern half of the U.S., bringing snow and ice to the Northeast. (Photo of Thoreau’s cabin and statue near Walden Pond in Massachusetts taken by author, Deborah Dian; all rights reserved.
U.S. Weather Forecast Temperatures for Major Cities:
Atlanta, GA: Hi 52 / Low 30
Chicago, IL: Hi 21 / Low 15
Dallas, TX: Hi 69 / Low 39
Los Angeles, CA: Hi 85 / Low 55
New York, NY: Hi 28 / Low 17 (snow showers; wind)
Portland, OR: Hi 56 / Low 50 (a little rain)
International Weather Forecast Temperatures for Select Cities:
Beijing, China: Hi 43 / Low 32 (rain)
London, GP: Hi 45 / Low 33 (showers)
Sydney, Australia: Hi 83 / Low 71
Tokyo, Japan: Hi 50 / Low 33
Major U.S. Weather News – Feb. 11, 2016:
An Arctic front is plunging into the Eastern half of the U.S., bringing snow and ice east of the Mississippi. At the same time, there are hot, dry weather conditions in the Southwest. California continues to have record high temperatures for February, with no rain in sight.
In the East, however, below are the areas that could see more snow by Thursday evening:
After the snow, temperatures will plummet from Chicago to New York, with many temperatures as much as 27 degrees below average. See what the temperatures will look like by Saturday:
International Weather News – Feb. 11, 2016:
On Thursday in Great Britain, the weather will be clear throughout most of the country.
Then, the country will be under the influence of an Arctic chill over the weekend:
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Sources of International and U.S. Weather Forecast:
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** Temperatures and types of precipitation are based on forecasts by accuweather.com. Actual temperatures and types of precipitation for this date may vary slightly. All temperatures are reported in Fahrenheit, not Celsius, unless otherwise indicated.
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