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The National Weather Service issued Flood Alerts for burn scar areas of Central California. Rain continues to fall across the state.
FOX Weather's Marissa Torres has the latest forecast for Western rains.
Three people were killed in the 50 vehicle crash in Pennsylvania reports the Associated Press. Whiteout conditions caused by snow squalls are blamed for the accident.
Watch the video of a truck in the accident burning.
Six space tourists will launch in Blue Origin's New Shepard on Thursday morning. Jeff Bezos' company announced today it is delaying the lift off from Tuesday due to high winds in the forecast.
NPS officials said multiple agencies are fighting the Thomas Divide Complex fire. The Unified Command Center includes about 70 people from NPS, North Carolina Forest Service, Bryson City Fire Department, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Swain County Fire Department and Jackson County Emergency Management.
Photos from WOLF Fox 56 show the extent of the damages on I-81 after a massive crash caused by snow squalls.
See more images and learn the latest here.
Texas A&M Forest Service officials said the Crittenburg Complex Fire in Coryell County is now estimated to be 33,175 acres and 0% contained.
Weather conditions, including wind and low humidity, will continue to make fighting wildfires difficult through mid-week.
Astronaut Mark Vande Hei said he is most looking forward to seeing his family after nearly a year living and working on the International Space Station.
The veteran astronaut said he promised his wife this would be his last spaceflight.
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The weather event known as a snow squall has caused a massive crash in Pennsylvania.
FOX Weather meteorologist Brian Donegan explains a snow squall is like a miniature blizzard with gusty winds that typically lasts less than an hour and it all happens very fast.
A snow squall with low visibility triggered a multi-vehicle crash along Interstate 81 in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.
The backup can be seen for miles on Pennsylvania Department of Transportation cameras.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation reported the crash took place on the northbound side of I-81 between exits 116 and 119 near the town of Pottsville, some 50 miles northeast of the state capital of Harrisburg.
The Thomas Divide Fire Complex contains two fires, the Stone Pile Fire and Cooper Creek Fire, according to the National Park Service officials. Both wildfires started over the weekend when winds and fallen trees knocked down power lines.
A sharp southward dip in the jet stream has set up over the East to kick off March's final week and is sending temperatures crashing to levels more typical of the heart of winter.
The National Weather Service says a storm system will move out of the Rockies starting Tuesday, and while that will eventually lead to severe weather closer to the Gulf of Mexico, snow and ice will begin in the northern tier.
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A combination of strong winds and low relative humidity rates would allow for fires to grow and spread rapidly if any were to ignite through Tuesday.
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