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The Weather Channel's Julie Martin says a wintry mix is forecast to move into northern Iowa and to Ohio, posting a threat for travel in major Midwestern cities. (Nightly News)
Mike Florio and Peter King look ahead to Black Monday and discuss which coaches are certain to be fired, which ones are on the bubble and which ones may have saved their jobs. (NBC Sports)
A fast-moving storm heads to New England where it is predicted to dump 6-10 inches of snow overnight into Sunday morning. The Weather Channel's Julie Martin reports. (Nightly News)
In Atlanta, at the world's busiest airport, NBC's Gabe Gutierrez finds that there weren't nearly as many cancellations on Saturday as there were Thursday and Friday in the wake of the winter storm. (Nightly News)
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration releases its winter weather outlook. NBC's Danielle Leigh reports. (NBC News)
Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore describes a tropical storm forming in the Atlantic and what effect it could have on the United States. (Nightly News)
L.A. Lakers forward Metta World Peace makes an appearance on CTV in Vancouver on Wednesday to deliver the weather forecast. (NBC News)
With the help of a high school choir from St. Louis, TODAY's Al Roker delivers a musical weather outlook, reminiscent of the show's viral video series. (TODAY)
TODAY's Al Roker tracks weather patterns across the U.S.
BBC weatherman Tomasz Schafernaker was caught flipping off anchor Simon McCoy live on air, then later apologized for the gesture and the storm of controversy he surely generated.