The Daily Weather Update from FOX Weather: Soggy South faces another day of flood threat

Start your day with the latest weather news – The rain just won’t quit in parts of the southern U.S., which have already seen days of heavy rain that has led to flooding.

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Flooding rain plagues South

Days of heavy rain in the South have led to a very serious threat of flooding. Texas and Louisiana have seen the bulk of the rain, with floodwater covering roads and closing in on some buildings. Even more rain is expected Thursday in the same area, but things should start to wind down quite a bit by Friday.

Flood alerts have been issued for much of the southern U.S.
(FOX Weather)


More snow, rain return to Northeast this weekend

After winter weather made for a messy day or two in New England, more snow and rain are headed for the Northeast this weekend. Snow will be possible from Pennsylvania to Maine between Sunday and Monday. Even some of the cities along the Interstate 95 corridor could see some snow.

Snowfall potential for the Northeast through Monday.
(FOX Weather)


Year’s first full Moon rises tonight

If you don’t have too many clouds around, you’ll be able to see the first full Moon of 2024 tonight. It’s known as the Wolf Moon, but it also has several other nicknames – Cold Moon, Ice Moon and Great Moon.

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