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Crime Coldest air of the season is moving into the Midwest and the Northeast

02:02  14 february  2020
02:02  14 february  2020 Source:   abcnews.go.com

Heavy rain forecast today and tomorrow for the flooded South

  Heavy rain forecast today and tomorrow for the flooded South The Pearl River in Jackson, Mississippi, crested yesterday morning at the third highest crest ever recorded in the city at 36.67 feet. © Rogelio V. Solis/AP A mailbox stands above the Pearl River floodwater in this northeast Jackson, Miss., neighborhood Sunday, Feb. 16, 2020. With more rain on the way, the river will continue to be in major flooding through the rest of today and then slowly recede by the weekend but will remain in flooding into early next week. Because of more rain coming for the South in the next 48 hours, a Flash Flood Watch has been issued from Louisiana to Mississippi and into Alabama.

An Arctic cold front from the north and a storm system from the south are joining, bringing snow, ice and heavy rain and strong thunderstorms to the East Coast Arctic air will move into the Northeast on Friday, bringing the winds chills below zero in Western New York and Pennsylvania and into New

An arctic cold front from the north and a storm system from the south are joining in the East Coast Thursday morning with snow, ice and heavy rain and strong thunderstormsABC News. The Arctic air will move into the Northeast on Friday, bringing the winds chills below zero in Western New York

An Arctic cold front from the north and a storm system from the south are joining, bringing snow, ice and heavy rain and strong thunderstorms to the East Coast Thursday.

a yellow sign with black text: Vehicles turn around on a road blocked by floodwaters in Helena, Ala., on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020.© Jay Reeves/AP Vehicles turn around on a road blocked by floodwaters in Helena, Ala., on Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020.

Already, this messy winter weather has brought whiteout conditions to the Northern Plains where in North Dakota winds gusted to more than 60 mph, creating what is known as a ground blizzard.

To the south, severe thunderstorms with damaging winds moved through Alabama and Tennessee, producing damage to homes and uprooting trees. In these storms, winds gusted to 76 mph in northern Alabama.

Sharp blast of Arctic air to deliver lowest temperatures of season so far in eastern US

  Sharp blast of Arctic air to deliver lowest temperatures of season so far in eastern US A burst of painful cold will follow a storm that will unleash rain along the Eastern Seaboard and more snow to the northern tier as a weather pattern seemingly stuck on repeat this winter plays out yet again. Even though Arctic air of the magnitude forecast for the eastern United States is quite common during the middle of February, the upcoming frigid conditions to end this week could be a shock for millions to say the least amid a mild season. Meanwhile, the northern Plains and Upper Midwest face downright dangerous conditions with this bitter blast.

PHOTO: The coldest air of the season is moving into the Midwest and Northeast for the rest of the week. This will be a major shock to the system considering it's been very mild all of September and the first half of October in the Northeast .

At a Glance This will be the coldest air of the season for parts of the Midwest , Plains, Northeast and South. The cold weather pattern will continue into much of next week. Subzero wind chills were reported from northern Montana into much of North Dakota and South

a close up of a sign: An arctic cold front from the north and a storm system from the south are joining in the East Coast Thursday morning with snow, ice and heavy rain.© ABC News An arctic cold front from the north and a storm system from the south are joining in the East Coast Thursday morning with snow, ice and heavy rain.

Rainfall totals since the weekend have been near 10 inches in the South and that pushed many rivers and streams over their banks, flooding nearby neighborhoods and roads.

As of Thursday morning, 30 states from Montana to Massachusetts are under snow, flood and wind chill alerts.

Thursday, the combined Arctic cold front and southern storm will continue to move to the East Coast, bringing strong to severe storms to the Carolinas with heavy rain from Washington D.C. to Boston. To the north, in New England and Western New York, some areas could see up to 6 inches of snow.

The combined Arctic cold front and southern storm will continue to move the East Coast bringing strong to severe storms to the Carolinas.© ABC News The combined Arctic cold front and southern storm will continue to move the East Coast bringing strong to severe storms to the Carolinas.

This storm will not last long, by Thursday afternoon, the heavy rain is gone from the Northeast and snow will end in New England.

Chicago police officers pull man from Lake Michigan on 'coldest day of the year'

  Chicago police officers pull man from Lake Michigan on 'coldest day of the year' Authorities in Chicago are praising a jogger who spotted a man in the freezing waters of Lake Michigan over the weekend who ended up being rescued by a pair of SWAT officers. The ChicagoPolice Department said on Facebook the incident happened around 7 a.m. on Saturday near the 600-block of North Lake Shore Drive after a jogger saw the man fall into the water."A special thank you also goes out to the individual who looked out for their fellow Chicagoan and flagged down assistance from our first responder community," police said. "As always, if you see something, say something.

A general 1 to 3 inches of snow fell in the Midwest and the Great Lakes from the Alberta Clipper system that moved Behind the storm system is the coldest air of the season for the East Coast of the U.S. The storm system is moving into the Northeast on Tuesday morning with snow and rain.

Typical autumn weather has settled into the Northeast , but a more powerful blast of cool air is on the way. An area of high pressure moved into the region over the weekend, kicking away Tropical Storm Melissa that brought rain, coastal flooding and gusty winds to the Northeast coast for several days

Lingering strong to severe storms are expected in the Carolinas through Thursday afternoon.

The big story after the current storm system will be the coldest air of the season, which is moving into the Midwest and the Northeast.

Take a look at the wind chills Thursday morning. Wind chill alerts have been issued from Montana to Missouri, where wind chills can be as low as -50.

a screenshot of a video game: Arctic air will move into the Northeast on Friday, bringing the winds chills below zero in Western New York and Pennsylvania and into New England.© ABC News Arctic air will move into the Northeast on Friday, bringing the winds chills below zero in Western New York and Pennsylvania and into New England.

The Arctic air will move into the Northeast on Friday, bringing the winds chills below zero in Western New York and Pennsylvania and into New England.

Wind chills will be near zero in Boston and near 10 degrees in New York City.

Since it's been so mild this winter, this will be a major shock to the senses, so dress warm and protect your skin from frostbite.

Powerful, snow-packed winter storm on march from New Mexico to New England .
A powerful winter storm that dropped two inches of snow on El Paso along the Texas border began a 1,500-mile trek across the nation's heartland.Winter storm warnings were in effect from eastern New Mexico to the greater St. Louis metro area.

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