Welcome to the Daily Weather Update from FOX Weather. It’s Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2023. Start your day with everything you need to know about today's weather. You can also get a quick briefing of national, regional and local weather whenever you like with the FOX Weather Update podcast.
Buffalo faces snowy Wednesday morning commute
The first significant lake-effect snowstorm of the season that slammed the Great Lakes region over the past few days is quickly winding down, but lingering lake-effect snow is expected to deliver another few inches of snowfall to parts of New York state, including the Buffalo metro area, before things finally come to an end later Wednesday. Farther east in New York, nearly 4 feet of snow has piled up to the east of Lake Ontario since the snowstorm began on Monday.
Cold snap pushes freezing temps into all 50 states
Every state in the U.S. has a place seeing temperatures that are at or below freezing Wednesday morning. Some of the coldest weather is sinking across the Great Lakes and Northeast, where some places have temperatures in the teens. Freeze and frost alerts have been issued as far south as Florida.
Flood alerts issued in Florida as Kona Lows drench state
Soaking rain, severe weather possible in South this week
Heavy rain is possible this week across much of the South, which has been hit hard by drought during the summer. In addition, severe weather is a risk from southeastern Texas into southwestern Louisiana on Thursday.
Before you go
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