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Find out the weather where you are and get a few tidbits of weather history. / WUSA

The winter storm that lashed the South on Tuesday will slowly move off the Southeast coast on Wednesday morning. Snow, sleet and freezing rain will wind down in eastern portions of the Carolinas, southern Georgia and the panhandle of Florida by midday.

After a chilly start, temperatures are forecast to rise above freezing throughout the Southeast by early afternoon. The milder temperatures and mostly sunny skies should allow some of the snow and ice from Tuesday to melt.

The Great Lakes and Northeast will endure one more day of bitterly cold temperatures in the teens and 20s Wednesday before milder temperatures in the 30s and 40s return for Thursday and Friday.

Some very welcome rain will fall in the Northwest Wednesday, while snow visits the northern Rockies. Rain is also likely in portions of drought-stricken northern California.

Weather history for Jan. 29: In 1966, a blizzard smashed into the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, dumping a foot of snow on Baltimore and causing over 50 deaths. In 2002, Philadelphia hit a record high of 72 degrees.

In 2009, Santa Ana winds roared to 89 mph in Laguna Beach, Calif.



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