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January 25, 2005

Rain heads back to Calif.; Cleanup follows Blizzard ’05; Retired firefighter crawls through blizzard to safety; ’78 blizzard worse; More than 5,000 flights axed; Boston’s airport reopens; Chill in Sunshine State; Midwest faces threat of floods; Mischievous mets!; Report: Global warming at critical point; Wolf Moon; 2 quakes rattle nerves in Asia

California, Here Comes The Rain Again: Rain headed back to Southland

Blizzard ’05 Updates: Snow is no longer blowing, but cleanup continues in New England | Retired firefighter crawls through blizzard to safety | Blizzard of ’05 no match for Blizzard of ’78 | More than 5,000 flights axed by blizzard | Boston’s airport reopens after blizzard: Airport closed for more than 24-hours during storm

Cold Reaches Sunshine State: Temperatures on Tuesday morning were forecast to reach as low as 30 degrees in the interior vegetable-and-citrus-rich areas of southwest Florida, the lower 30s in central Florida and nearly 50 degrees in the Florida Keys. Full story | Monday morning was the coldest start to a day in South Florida in three years – and it won’t be warming up much for a couple more days. Details | Lows Monday morning: West Palm Beach, 38, wind chill of 30; Fort Lauderdale, 41, wind chill of 34; Miami, 43, wind chill of 37; Tampa, 32 for three hours; Marathon, in the Keys, 49, wind chill of 37. More details … Resources: Current U.S. temperatures map | Wind chill map | S. Fla. watches/warnings | Weather and webcams for Miami, West Palm Beach, Key West, Cape Coral/Ft. Myers, Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville

Midwest Floods On Horizon?: After blizzard, Midwest faces threat of floods

Mischievous Mets: See the end of Monday’s CapitalWeather.com post: “Meteorologists Gone Wild?”

Space/Science News: More on global warming warning from the AP: Report: Global Warming at Critical Point | Reports put different spins on global warming … More on this topic in yesterday’s comments linkVote!: Also, I have added a poll asking whether you think global warming is nearing a point of no return. Look for the poll in the right column under the cities list and please cast your vote…

Look for the Wolf Moon

Two quakes – and rumors of a third – rattle nerves in Asia; little damage reported: The two quakes, both magnitude 6.3, jangled nerves across the Indian Ocean region hit by the Dec. 26 tsunami. Resources: Current earthquake list in left column of this page, maps and more in the right column of our National/Int’l page | Tsunami aid link near top right of this page

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Monday: 1. Boston 2. New York City 3. Baltimore 4. Providence 5. Washington, D.C. … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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