Find out the weather where you are and get a few tidbits of weather history. / WUSA
Though the calendar says spring, winter weather will continue its rampage across parts of the Midwest, Great Lakes and eastern U.S. on Tuesday.
Midwest, East: A storm will crank up along the East coast Tuesday, bringing rain to the Southeast and Florida and snow and ice to the Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. The storm will intensify off the New England coast later in the day, and will lead to heavy snow and blizzard conditions along the coast into Wednesday.
West: Heavy coastal rain and mountain snow will wallop northern California, Oregon and Washington. Some showers are also possible in southern New Mexico and eastern Arizona.
North: Chilly temperatures in the teens, 20s and 30s will make for a raw, January-like day from the northern Rockies to the Northeast.
Southern tier: Most of the southern tier of the nation, all the way from southern California to Florida, will be in the 70s and 80s.
Weather history for March 25: In 1982, hail piled up in 2-foot drifts, causing $1 million in crop damage in Hamilton and Madison Counties, Florida. In 1996, almost two feet of snow buried Rockland, Mich.
In 2002, at 1 p.m. in West Virginia, the temperature was a chilly 34 degrees in Wheeling but a balmy 68 in Elkins, less than 100 miles away.
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