D.C. snow; Freezing temps, vicious wind grip NE; From 80 to 30-degrees in Fla.; 50 mph winds slam Wisc.; Canadian cold, snow; Storm soaks Canada’s Pacific coast; 10 inches of snow in Scotland amid gales, blizzards; Aurora gallery aglow; M6.8 quake prompts tsunami warning in Japan; Tsunami death toll at 226,000; Neb. well shows effects of quake; Man admits to tsunami phishing scam; U.N. disaster alert for megacities
Cold, Wet Weather News:
- D.C. forecast for dusting of snow now 2 inches … Resources: Weather and webcam images | More coverage from CapitalWeather.com
- U.S. Northeast gripped by freezing temperatures, vicious wind
- From 80Â° to 30Â° in one week in Florida county
- Winds up to 50 mph slam Wisconsin; too much for iceboaters
- Ontario shivers as Atlantic provinces shovel
- Storm soaks Canada’s Pacific coast: The Vancouver area was soaked with up to 4 inches of rain in a 24-hour period and was expected to receive a least 4 inches more before the storm ends. Resource: Vancouver weather and live webcams
- 10 inches of snow in Scotland as gales and blizzards hit
Space & Sky News: SpaceWeather.com’s Aurora gallery is aglow
M6.8 Quake Prompts Tsunami Warning In Japan: Tsunami warning after strong quake off Japan: There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage. Resources: Quake data from USGS. A list of the most recent earthquakes is in the lower right column of this page, and other quake resources are in the right column of our National/International page
Tsunami News: Global tsunami death toll tops 226,000
Nebraska aurora well shows effects of Indian Ocean earthquake — Full story
Man admits to tsunami phishing scam … Legitimate organizations are listed in the tsunami link located in the top right corner of this page
U.N. disaster alert for megacities: U.N. head of emergency relief warns a natural disaster in any of the world’s largest cities could set off a catastrophe that could be 100 times worse than the Indian Ocean tsunami.
Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Tuesday: 1. Vancouver 2. Syracuse 3. Minneapolis 4. Chicago 5. Toronto … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.