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What's the weather where you are? Get the details in today's forecast. / WUSA

More needed rain and snow will fall across the parched West on Thursday. Rain will dampen coastal areas of northern California, Oregon and Washington.

Mountain snow will whiten the Rockies and Cascades.

More snowy weather is forecast for the northern Plains and upper Midwest, accompanied by bitterly cold temperatures in the single digits and teens.

The rest of the USA will see sunny skies, except for a few raindrops forecast in Florida. The East and South will be chilly but slightly warmer than the frigid conditions seen on Wednesday.

The Southwest and southern California will have the nation's warmest temperatures, as highs rise into the 70s and 80s.

Weather history for Jan. 30: In 1993, a wind chill of -93 degrees was recorded at Mt. Washington, N.H. Also that year, Honolulu tied a record low temperature of 56 degrees.

In 2002, an all-time January high temperature of 81 degrees was measured in Richmond, Va.



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