According to our CBS sister station in New York, sonic booms were heard and felt earlier today across southern New Jersey and on Long Island. Some thought the loud sounds and associated shaking were from an earthquake. However, the United States Geological Survey, which meaures earthquake activity, had no evidence of an earthquake occurring. This matter got cleared up after the Pentagon confirmed sonic booms occurred as a result of routine test flights conducted by Naval Test Wing Atlantic. Read the full story here.
We are still tracking some snow showers that will arrive in the afternoon today (Thursday).
Amounts in much of the area will only be a half-inch or less.
How to find a rare light show in the sky.
Season-to-date Fort Wayne is above average with respect to precipitation
You may want to thank meteorologists for keeping you safe in storms.
Some interesting facts about the seemingly low snow totals we’ve received season-to-date.
We may never know exactly how much snow fell in the Washington, D.C. area during the blizzard of 2016
We have several chances to see rain and snow this week.
This was a storm for the record books!
Here are some of the latest snow total updates from the east coast:
- Washington, D.C.: nearly two feet
- Airport at Newark, New Jersey: foot
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Heavy snow continues today from Washington, DC to lower New England.
Earlier this week, astronomers at the California Institute of Technology made the big announcement that they have found evidence of a ninth planet at the edge of our solar system.
Huge storm to cause havoc along the east coast
Click post for neat timelapse view of storm development
Huge winter storm heads toward east coast
Five planets currently visible with the naked eye in the early morning sky
With additional snow falling since our previous post, here’s an updated look at area snow totals.
Snowfall was bolstered by very cold temperatures.
Lightly accumulating snow still on track as Wed begins