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Wednesday, April 7, 2010 as of 11:14 AM ET

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  • Extreme rain and snow makes a big impact on the West

    Hi everyone.  Hope you had a great weekend.  Boy, did we have some big weather happening across the country from southern snow and ice to epic rain and snow across the west.  Every state except Florida has snow cover this morning:

    We could set some record low temperatures before it starts to warm up this week.

    The heavy rain and feet of snow will continue to lash  California and the western U.S. through mid-week.

    Significant flooding is expected in parts of California and western Nevada. Heavy snow will occur in the Sierra and Cascades.  There are concerns of flash flooding, rock and mudslides as well as avalanche danger:

    Meanwhile, another storm will bring snow and ice to the upper Midwest and Great Lakes by Tuesday – eventually pushing into the Northeast Wednesday:

    And the bitter cold air will start to let up this week bringing much warmer air in for the central and eastern U.S:

    Have a great Monday everyone.  See you on Fox and Friends!


Margie Gacki

Hey everyone! The weather sure can get crazy sometimes. When I went to bed yesterday, the forecast was for around a 30% of freezing rain/sleet today. Well, when I went downstairs to get my breakfast, I saw snow on my neighbor's roof. At that point there was about an inch of snow on the ground. When I left to come to work, I had to clear about 3 inches of snow off my car. Checked the forecast again & it was changed to 80% chance of snow showers--less than an inch. Someone missed the mark on that! Go figure! Take care all! Margie

January 10, 2017 at 2:53 pm

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  • Janice Dean joined FOX News Channel in January 2004 and currently serves as Senior meteorologist. She is a member of the American Meteorological Society and was awarded the AMS Seal of Approval in 2009. Dean is the author of the forthcoming children's book, "Freddy the Frogcaster" (Regnery Kids) which will be published in August. You can also follow Janice on Twitter.