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Winter Storm#Mara  is expected to bring a significant icing threat to parts of the South for several days early this week – here's what you need to know:

We could see some messy weather next week – here's why:

Something about a sunrise... 😌 Ever snapped a pic of one? We want to show it on The Weather Channel! Reply below and tell us where you shot it. Then, watch our air in the a.m. for your #SundaySunrise !

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Our February temperature outlook is in – here's what to expect:

Dangerous wind chills have invaded parts of the country – @DomenicaDavis  has the latest:

Two men made the incredible discovery while hiking in the Scottish Highlands.

It's officially that time of year when you get tricked into thinking spring is coming early only for Mother Nature to remind you it's still very much winter 🥶 We've got your temps for the week on air today!

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A 138° temperature difference?!? 🤯 We're pretty sure we know the answer, but where would you rather be? 😅

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Note to : Earth Is Not Cooling, Climate Change Is Real and Stop Using Our Video to Mislead Americans

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We're officially in the thick of things. Our coverage of #Ian  continues on The Weather Channel. @mikeseidel  gives an update from Fort Myers, Florida:

Severe thunderstorms, including a couple of strong tornadoes and destructive hail, are expected this afternoon in the Southern Plains. The latest forecast:

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Storm surge will be a huge factor for Hurricane#Florence  Check out what it might look like with @TWCErikaNavarro :

We'd rather be dry, but at least we have @ladygaga  and @ArianaGrande  bringing us the #RainOnMe  forecast! ☔

[Thread] Water comes slowly at first. Skies open up in the afternoon now. People start avoiding certain streets at high tide. The nuisances pile up. Houses get raised, then raised again. Insurance people are talking about “repetitive loss properties.” Homeowners are worrying.

#Ian 's maximum sustained winds are now 155 mph, just short of Category 5 status (157mph.) This storm is intensifying fast.

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What does 10+ feet of storm surge look like? #Ian  @GregPostel  shows you using our Immersive Mixed Reality technology:

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