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The Weather Channel's Paul Goodloe tracks a major snowstorm headed along the East Coast which could dump up to a foot of snow in some areas.
The northeast could be blasted with up to 18 inches of snow and winds capable of disrupting power, closing schools and creating travel chaos.
The National Weather Service posted a blizzard watch for coastal regions, including New York City and Boston, for Monday night into Tuesday. USAT reports.
A warm spell in California could cause the state's Sierra Nevada mountain snowpack to melt too fast and increase the risk of flooding.
About 39 million people on Friday were under a winter weather alert, NBC News reports.
Utility crews are working to restore electricity to about 200,000 homes and businesses after hurricane-force winds toppled trees and power lines.
Investigators recently concluded a badly burned man had been killed by lightning while inside a house.
Nearly 20 percent of US cattle herd in areas with drought conditions, leading to some ranchers selling their livestock.
A blizzard warning was issued Wednesday for Hawaii's high mountain summits of Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea on the Big Island. USA Today reports.
Tornadoes and storms raked the U.S. Midwest, killing at least two people, destroying homes, and leaving thousands without power.
California's governor is looking to "bolster" the state's dam safety and flood protection efforts, including spending nearly $450 million.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.
After years of extreme drought, Southern California is now completely free of the worst of it as recent rains brought flooding.
California expects to see surge in hydropower but that could be negative for some independent power producers.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour:
California's water infrastructure is stressed even as chunk of $7 billion of water bond money approved by voters in 2014 has not been spent.
Officials in California were struggling to shore up the Oroville Dam's emergency spillway before more rains pummel the area.
California governor seeks federal assistance for 'potential failure' of Oroville Dam backup spillway
CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including the evacuation of 200,000 people due to damaged spillway in California.
The Weather Channel's Mike Seidel reports the latest on the winter storm continuing to blanket parts of New England with snow and heavy winds.
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