Welcome for some, not for others
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8:30 AM EST 12/5/11 | On this stormy, foggy first Monday in December, it is becoming clear the nation will be entering a period of diverse and highly variable weather. The roof-ripping Santa Ana winds continue in California, while the threat of significant snow has nearly covered New Mexico with Winter Storm Warnings. Back east, Flood Warnings blanket the Ohio Valley, which may be replaced by cold weather and wind chill advisories by late week.
THE DAILY REGIONAL ROUNDUP For access to the latest forecasts from our team in their respective states, please visit the banner tabs above by region: Eastern, Central and Western. Several hours of work per day are put in by Senior Advisor Brad Lear in editing and assuring that our forecaster's reports appear properly on the proper tab for their region.
REDEFINING DECEMBER 5 For our Eastern readers, this date has been marked in recent years with re-occurring snow. This year, just calm looking but traffic snarling fog was the rule for much of the I-95 corridor this morning.
As part of our rollout of the new website this week, perhaps this first glimpse of the banner for our new "local zone" focused website will help lift your spirits. More details will be released each day this week about the entire website and when to expect a local zone such as this for your area.