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  • Rain and snow follow severe storms

    CLEVELAND, Ohio – The weather in Northeast Ohio is definitely feeling like spring. Some areas will see a little dash of snow. None of it will stick around because the temperatures are too warm overall. A lot of people will see rain Monday. Highs will struggle in the 40s. By Wednesday, we’ll be talking 70s. Here is your latest Fox 8 Day Forecast:

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  • Terrifying moment armed thugs storm a convenience store

    CCTV footage shows two hooded men walking into the store in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester with their faces covered before one threatens a shopkeeper with a large knife and raids the till.

    Mail Online
  • Spring storm lingers after burying parts of Midwest in snow

    Strong winds and more snow are expected in parts of the Midwest after a spring storm buried several states in snow and created dangerous travel conditions

    ABC News
  • Spring storm lingers after burying parts of Midwest in snow

    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Strong winds and more snow are expected in the Midwest after a spring storm buried several states in snow and created dangerous travel conditions. The storm lingered Friday in parts

    WTOP
  • Spring storm lingers after burying parts of Midwest in snow

    Strong winds and more snow are expected in the Midwest after a spring storm buried several states in snow and created dangerous travel conditions. The storm lingered Friday in parts

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  • Winter storm creates blizzard conditions in northwest Kansas

    COLBY, Kan. — Blizzard warnings have been issued across part of northwest Kansas, closing schools and making travel dangerous. The National Weather Service says snow and wind gust as high as 55 mph will create whiteout conditions Thursday. Drivers are urged to stay home and bring a winter survival kit with them if they must travel. The Kansas Department of Transportation says many roads are partially or completely snow covered. A tractor-trailer crash temporarily closed part of Interstate 70...

    FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV | News, Weather, Sports
  • Powerful storm sweeps dust from Texas, drops it with snow in Minnesota

    Minnesotans expecting a fresh layer of white stuff following Thursday's unseasonable blizzard instead found snow with a brown-orange tinge, just like the dusty expanse of West Texas. It was no coincidence. The major spring storm that delivered blizzard conditions from the Dakotas to Minnesota was so big and strong that it also hurled dirt from New Mexico and Texas into the atmosphere, where winds kept it aloft for more than 900 miles. It eventually fell back to the ground in Minnesota, where it...

    WPLG