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April 25, 2005

Spring snow surprise: Michigan suffers through second day of late snow storm; Hang in there mom and dad; Heavy snow knocks out power to thousands in NE Ohio; Wicked weather blankets TN-VA Tri-Cities with snow; Chaotic N.C. weather in early spring; Wet weekend may inch L.A. near record; Storm reports rise in populated areas; Severe weather Monday in Texas, Central Plains?

Spring snow surprises Midwest … Ohio resident: “Even people who normally don’t complain about [a long winter] are at the end of their wits.”

Michigan suffers through second day of late snow storm: By 8 p.m. Sunday, the northern Thumb region had received a foot of snow and 10 to 13 inches had fallen in Detroit’s northern suburbs, said meteorologist Greg Smith of the National Weather Service. Detroit’s high on Sunday: 35

Latest from WDIV-TV, Detroit

It was interesting to see one of my hometowns, Port Huron, Mich., featured in a couple of reports on The Weather Channel, Sunday, as they saw 8 or 9 inches of snow. Mom and dad, hang in there, it will be hot and humid before you know it!

From Cleveland, where an eastern suburb reported 14 inches of snow: Heavy snow knocks out power to thousands

Latest Cleveland news from WEWS-TV/NewsNet 5

Wicked weather blankets TN-VA Tri-Cities with snow

From North Carolina: Chaotic weather in early spring

Current snow depth map

Now, on to what’s supposed to be falling this time of year: Wet weekend may inch L.A. near record

Storm reports rise in populated areas

Severe weather is possible in Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, Oklahoma City and Tulsa today. Current NWS watches/warnings map

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Sunday: 1. Detroit 2. Cleveland 3. Dallas/Fort Worth 4. New York City 5. Los Angeles … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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