Titan has orange surface, may have lakes, rivers; Search for 5 missing in Utah avalanche continues; Ohio snow; Good Samaritans rescue man; Ind. flood threat remains; Seattle wintry mix?; Ice, freezing rain assault W. Oregon; Scientists release tsunami effect data; 17 beached whales dead in N.C.; Aurora alert, giant sunspot; Dayton joins WXnation.com
Avalanche Update: Search continues for 5 missing in Utah avalanche: Among the warnings were signs posted in the slide area that read “You Can Die” and bore a skull and crossbones.
Ohio Snow: 2-4 Inches Of Snow Expected In Central Ohio. More on Ohio later in this post…
Ohio/Indiana Flooding: Pair of good Samaritans rescue Ohio man
Strange News: Unusual: At least 17 beached whales dead in N.C.
Space News: Aurora alert and giant sunspot
Welcome 110th WXnation.com City: Dayton Virtually every metro area with a population above 1 million in the 50 states is represented on this site, and in the 2000 Census, metropolitan Dayton, Ohio, was awfully close to that mark with a population of about 951,000. It’s probably up to a million by now, so Dayton becomes the 110th city to join the WXnation.com family of weather and webcam pages. The complete city list is to the right. I do want to thank regular visitor and Dayton resident, Glenn, who motivated me to add what was the next city on my list, and pointed out which cams needed to be moved from the Cincinnati and Columbus pages.
Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Saturday: 1. Vancouver 2. Portland 3. Reno 4. Seattle 5. Pittsburgh … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.