NATIONAL SUMMARY Much of the country will be dry tomorrow as high pressure over the Colorado Rockies expands into the south-central U.S. This high pressure will help to keep it sunny from Southern California all the way to the Carolina coastline. A weak wave of moisture will be moving into the Pacific Northwest, bringing with it some cloudy skies and showers that will reach as far east as the Cascades. The other area of wet weather will be from the Great Lakes to the Northeast. While cool winds bring lake-effect snow across Michigan and western parts of Pennsylvania and New York, snow showers will extend from northern Maryland through New England. SPECIAL WEATHER WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS Snowfall reports (inches) Tuesday/Tuesday night: Lancaster, PA: 6.5 Harrisburg, PA: 5.5 Shrewsbury, PA: 5.0 Greencastle, PA: 4.8 Bloomsburg, PA: 2.5 Larryville, PA: 2.0 Uniontown, MD: 7.0 Oakland, MD: 8.0 Charleston, WV: 2.5 Sealston, VA: Trace Chardon, OH: 3.0 Caldwell, OH: 3.7 Morristown, OH: 3.0 Painesville, OH: 2.0 Ithaca, NY: 3.0 Forecast Wednesday high vs. forecast Valentine's Day high (degrees F): Boston, MA 37/20 New York City, NY 40/19 Philadelphia, PA 40/20 Washington, DC 41/26 Raleigh, NC 42/32 Charlotte, NC 41/36 Nashville, TN 33/42 Detroit, MI 27/22 Chicago, IL 17/23 St. Louis, MO 26/32 New Orleans, LA 57/67 Dallas, TX 73/68 Denver, CO 58/51 Seattle, WA 56/55 Phoenix, AZ 84/86 DAILY EXTREMES National High Yesterday 95 at Santa Ana, California National Low Yesterday -11 at Gunnison, Colorado COPYRIGHT 2016 ACCUWEATHER, INC
Copyright AccuWeather, Inc. 2016 All Rights Reserved FEBRUARY 10 PLACE YEAR EVENT _________________________________________________________________ Albany, Ga. 1940 An early morning tornado caused $3 million in damages, killed 18 people and injured 300 others. Calama, Chile 1972 A torrential downpour caused catastrophic floods and landslides, isolating the town and cutting off electricity. Prior to this event, the town had been known as the driest place on Earth, having had virtually no rain for 400 years.