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

A wet Wednesday is forecast for the Pacific Northwest, with showers expected all the way from Washington to northern California. Some snow will also fly in the northern Rockies and Cascades.

Snow is also likely in parts of the central Plains and Ohio Valley, while freezing rain is forecast in the panhandles of Oklahoma and Texas.

The Southeast is another region that will see a damp, showery day, from the Gulf Coast to the Carolina coast.

Temperatures will remain chilly in the north-central and northeastern U.S., but not quite as bitterly cold as they were on Tuesday.

Weather history for March 5: In 1958, more than 17 inches of rain drenched Honolulu, the city's greatest 24-hour total on record. In 1991, the temperature soared to a record high of 96 degrees in Dallas.

In 2011, several tornadoes lashed Louisiana, killing 1 person and injuring 12.



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