Today’s most important weather news: Storms and flooding are possible in the south this weekend

Today’s most important weather news: Storms and flooding are possible in the south this weekend

Welcome to FOX Weather’s daily weather update. It’s Saturday, February 10, 2024. Start your day with everything you need to know about today’s weather. You can also get a quick summary of national, regional and local weather whenever you want using the site FOX Weather Update Podcast.

The south faces severe weather and flood threats

A pair of storm systems will threaten severe weather and flooding in the South. With Mardi Gras in full swing, some revelers may occasionally find themselves dancing in the rain, with the threat of severe weather on Sunday night. However, the wettest weather this weekend is expected north of New Orleans in an area stretching from Texas to Tennessee.

A nor’easter could bring snow to the Northeast next week

Temperatures are expected to hit record highs across the Northeast this weekend ahead of a potential winter that could bring snow to the region next week. The forecast is still being finalized, but major cities like New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, and Pittsburgh could all see snow with this storm.

An unusually warm winter causes tornadoes to occur in unusual places

The temperatures you normally see in the spring have dominated much of the United States during the winter. This has led to extreme weather in places not normally experienced in February. California and Wisconsin both experienced tornadoes this week.

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