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rnTemperatures from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York City and Boston will average 5 to 10 degrees below normal for this time of the year, with highs only reaching the 30s and 40s on Saturday and Sunday. Morning low temperatures will range from the teens in Boston to 20s in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Meanwhile, wind chills will be as low as the single digits to teens, with even more drastic wind chills as low as 20 to 30 degrees below zero across northern New York into northern Maine.
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rnThis cold early March weather follows on the heels of what was already a chilly February. In Philadelphia, for instance, February finished 1.6 degrees colder than normal, and featured several snowy days. The month ended with 14.3 inches of snow total. Areas north and west of I-95 were similarly cold in February, while a major winter storm early in the month brought as much as two feet of snow in areas like Allentown, Pa.
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rnThe only region that will need to watch for snowfall is the higher elevations of northern New York on Saturday. A fresh dusting is possible.
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rnThe good news is that winter-like weather will come to a rapid end after the weekend. A ridge of high pressure in place across the Plains will surge eastward, bringing some of the warmest temperatures seen so far in 2021 for the Eastern Seaboard.
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rnOtherwise, the mostly dry and chilly weather will allow for many ski resorts across the Northeast to be cold enough for snow making, especially in the mornings.
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rnWhile we can’t put the parkas and gloves away just yet, spring is right around the corner. By the end of March, average high temperatures in Boston are typically 50 degrees, while in Washington D.C., average highs are in the lower 60s.”,”ImageLink”:”https://d3op7nfti4wt5l.cloudfront.net/commoncontent/files/e3/e3ed495f-cf4d-4b56-a036-9dd055b9cafb.jpg?Expires=1615147084&Signature=Irz0ehnIEU0ERAPBlDqnQb8nNsHKyzopbEpU8WMArS~d9xB3BfOlu0WeDapvuf0sXu382GldqYLDBeeg7As4vmTAXKhB5qdGV5BW-h-YIOZIsUWUalNwEQvGVK9ocIzpxNQrn7c5MhRR6hbOVesoNFSvWon7JSc-fv~qEV3PnygAObEX1ncTUA5DXSfWookGkuwBB8Kp9~-u63DTiyv3LbNzNevTyM3HmDaD63JjCjpeTTrxiCW3EW46rNqmYHyBEc5f7uXZV6tKDcnhjPqwYUhTDDFdlPFKfW7raqXrKgu~hTtCrgltMWuF2aehkK54~HBcUdR~hoqfg2xQZuthrA__&Key-Pair-Id=APKAIP6FQQ2BATJKEVCA”,”ThumbnailImageLink”:”https://d3op7nfti4wt5l.cloudfront.net/commoncontent/files/2c/2caa7ce9-f2ce-42b6-b7b9-1cf5a927ee12.jpg?Expires=1615144060&Signature=bFAvuzYXRCVdPGREjiePvQxJxUCUMyXfzS4PA1PGAdfyaW-Uo1Q~Wy3XY6sAb7dkuxrJ46Kowx6mg7l8fG2cIm3HITduQ-AF8eIYb4YUMshsUtwOXfJCWwP23Bxi-kKgrpGQ64Z4I~bUCifDOL4tlfkPFwHCfHisrQGCPlY2qMSp-TOx~21Reyva0r4kf-qhI7j7EpI5WtVHGH~TDBs2dRn2Ua36jdxnm9dAFc0aS1U8PKizl4hP06SutM2v9urYUCYp7Ot5NWeGoOd9uhG-0jkLx~hhJQtF77Fex2qMckMUK0e86VESfDizj6b7fuSACEJBVhqIUUkWywjFPbvWlg__&Key-Pair-Id=APKAIP6FQQ2BATJKEVCA”,”nextStoryUrl”:”/news/Quake-Ravaged-Part-of-Croatia-Sees-Gaping-Sinkhole”,”prevStoryUrl”:null,”Id”:7667,”Guid”:”050f0b06-65ba-4bbf-8d9a-8fa475ed3a7f”,”ClassName”:”WB.story”,”VideoLinks”:null,”CreatedWhen”:”2021-03-04T08:04:17.502Z”,”ModifiedWhen”:”2021-03-05T21:05:54.433Z”,”PublishWhen”:”2021-03-05T21:05:54.354Z”,”Url”:”/news/More-Blustery-and-Cold-Weather-in-Store-for-Northe”,”CreatedDate”:”2021-03-04T08:04:17.502+00:00″,”ModifiedDate”:”2021-03-05T21:05:54.433+00:00″,”PublishDate”:”2021-03-05T21:05:54.354+00:00″,”ImageCaption”:”Low Temperatures Saturday Morning”},{“Source”:null,”ContentTags”:[“croatia”,”earthquake”,”news”],”NodeAlias”:”Quake-Ravaged-Part-of-Croatia-Sees-Gaping-Sinkhole”,”ByLine”:”By Darko Bandic, The Associated Press”,”Summary”:”Sinkholes are popping up across rural central Croatia after a December earthquake.”,”Title”:”Quake-Ravaged Part of Croatia Sees Gaping Sinkholes Emerge”,”Text”:”MECENCANI, Croatia (AP) — After the deadly earthquake came the sinkholes.
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rnA central Croatian region about 40 kilometers (25 miles) southwest of the capital, Zagreb, is pocked with round holes of all sizes, which appeared after December's 6.4-magnitude quake that killed seven people and caused widespread destruction.
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rnScientists have been flocking to Mecencani and other villages in the sparsely-inhabited region for observation and study.
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rn“These are so-called dropout sinkholes, and they appeared because of the specific geological composition of this area, as the soil rests on limestone rocks heavily saturated with groundwater,” said geologist Josip Terzic of the Croatian Geological Survey.
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rnWhile the appearance of sinkholes is not unusual following strong seismic activity, residents have been baffled by their number — about 100 have been spotted over the past two months — and the speed at which they emerged after the main earthquake on Dec. 29, which was followed by a series of aftershocks. Geologists have said that the temblor accelerated the process of sinkhole formation that would normally have taken years, if not decades.
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rnTerzic said scientists are planning various exploration methods to determine the underwater morphology and other characteristics. He spoke to The Associated Press as he stood beside a large sinkhole that he said was up to 15 meters (yards) deep and equally wide.
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rnSome sinkholes have appeared by people's houses or on their farmland, prompting the authorities to advise caution. Nenad Tomasevic, a teacher from Mecencani, said it all seemed too much.
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rn“The earthquake itself felt pretty unpleasant to say the least. And after that, these holes started popping up,” said Tomasevic, who had to move to a neighbor’s house after an expanding hole appeared in his backyard.
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rn“Experts say that these sinkholes would have formed naturally anyway over time, but the earthquake acted as sort of a catalyst which sped up the whole process, unfortunately,” he added.
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rnSome three months after the earthquake, the hardest-hit area is still struggling with its devastation, with many houses still in rubble and the region's main town, Petrinja, semi-abandoned. Occasional earthquakes, including those of magnitude 4 or more, can still be felt, further upsetting residents and adding to the coronavirus pandemic woes.
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rnCopyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
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rnImages: This aerial photo shows a sinkhole in the village of Mececani, central Croatia, Thursday, March 4, 2021. (Darko Bandic, AP)”,”ImageLink”:”https://d3op7nfti4wt5l.cloudfront.net/commoncontent/files/7c/7cfdf3c4-3eea-4396-848e-715e3a418137.jpg?Expires=1615127536&Signature=aCA8LynFcFXyyFn-M7CAk7qWm63owDS0WLsvb2SamV3Ps0o7aVRbHxO4W61~gWYIOJUa-cZEH1OeRECftVobSaz5QSs4i90RRK3EXicDMd1rxcjKLtU2LgEiFeXD353755RpD7PaANb7AYTFDAM~86~D-plrHot2jfl98wZX7P1GFrvjSr2WBsvcM6b7iekclIozb-tIuHPCYoP-OzZpK1Jwfi59uMM3TcIoFrFMV3D7-RDBmVojTBcRJYrjjTRLF4-jKjvXzu5juJ6NbsnO1rLhyiDojnyz4GSFNtuhzDIMbV2O95fcay6BqgPlhigEohktgYCP6QOLwVw7QrYSsQ__&Key-Pair-Id=APKAIP6FQQ2BATJKEVCA”,”ThumbnailImageLink”:”https://d3op7nfti4wt5l.cloudfront.net/commoncontent/files/d6/d66600c2-8ed5-4641-a706-5c22663767dd.jpg?Expires=1615127536&Signature=CzE2ksK4RqtPLsoPS-tLbXp3FGExJGV7VUoE3Jb2dg7L5TVUv1gHHPGPR6lUtjnSdUzrB594V0hdtsOthuf~U87VmZBPcbhMXOXGcjILwCvtsglmkIxy5-oW-REAPcPaIfj4n6A2T9yAcO5fKkNzVM1gVkxdQskkwSw9DT6GnaC7mmH1ZekHGEE2qswe9V7Mc3gECQ9WQ7A05XhmmHXaXsDb-HIkm307rPAxCLSDIdLwhP8iEGRCB-PdqVE-~50ikRNgumWN63ru7Y6lO2FOurxS7szZWk9sGxWK5LSal~eOM3IEn-VgwfT7MKlFh4StTwJr~uytZY8~etENfpNZSg__&Key-Pair-Id=APKAIP6FQQ2BATJKEVCA”,”nextStoryUrl”:”/news/Today-s-Weather-Outlook”,”prevStoryUrl”:”/news/More-Blustery-and-Cold-Weather-in-Store-for-Northe”,”Id”:7672,”Guid”:”c5ed0010-9a27-42fa-8ad1-3962c097eca6″,”ClassName”:”WB.story”,”VideoLinks”:null,”CreatedWhen”:”2021-03-05T13:19:21.658Z”,”ModifiedWhen”:”2021-03-05T21:06:20.838Z”,”PublishWhen”:”2021-03-05T21:06:20.682Z”,”Url”:”/news/Quake-Ravaged-Part-of-Croatia-Sees-Gaping-Sinkhole”,”CreatedDate”:”2021-03-05T13:19:21.658+00:00″,”ModifiedDate”:”2021-03-05T21:06:20.838+00:00″,”PublishDate”:”2021-03-05T21:06:20.682+00:00″,”ImageCaption”:”This aerial photo shows a sinkhole in the village of Mececani, central Croatia, Thursday, March 4, 2021. (Darko Bandic, AP)”},{“Source”:null,”ContentTags”:[“East”,”map”,”maps”,”March”,”Mid-Atlantic”,”Northeast”,”Northwest”,”rain”,”snow”,”Tuesday”,””winter storm””],”NodeAlias”:”Today-s-Weather-Outlook”,”ByLine”:”By WeatherBug Sr. Meteorologist, James West”,”Summary”:”The Northwest and the Florida will have an active weekend.”,”Title”:”Weekend Weather Preview”,”Text”:”The Northwest and Florida will have an active weekend while the Northeast stays cold and the Plains warm up.
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rnSaturday
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rnNorthern California, the Pacific Northwest and the northern Mountain West will have a mix of rain and snow to kick-off the weekend. The rain will be limited to the coastal valleys of California and the lower western slopes of the Cascades while a late-season snow falls over the northern Sierras and the southern and central Cascades. Snow will reach into the mountains of northern Idaho later Saturday. This will keep temperatures in the 40s and 50s Saturday.
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rnA lingering front sitting across Florida will produce rain showers and a few thunderstorms Saturday afternoon and evening.
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rnOtherwise, a sun-filled Saturday will be found throughout the Southwest, southern and central Rockies, Great Plains, South, Southeast, Midwest, Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast.
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rnThe warmest temperatures will be found across central Plains, the Southwest and southern California. Highs will be in the 50s and 60s, with parts of the Dakotas, southern California and southern Florida hitting the 70s and the Desert Southwest reaching the low 80s. Highs will be in the 60s across northern California, Texas, the South, northern Florida and the southern Mid-Atlantic. Much colder 50s will be found in the lower Mississippi Valley, Mid-South and Southeast while 40s chill the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest. The Northeast, Great Lakes and Midwest will shiver in the 20s and 30s.
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rnSunday
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rnThe Northwest remains the hotspot for weather Sunday. Another wave of rain and mountain snow will roll off the Pacific, bringing a soggy Sunday to Washington and Oregon. The Cascades will once again see accumulating snow at the highest peaks.
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rnA few rain showers will be possible across Florida early in the day before sunshine returns. Speaking of sunshine, the rest of the U.S., including California, Southwest, Great Basin, Rockies, Great Plains, South, Midwest, Great Lakes and East Coast will barely have a cloud in the sky on Sunday.
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rnSunday’s highs will range from 70s and 80s across the Southwest, southern Rockies and Florida to 20s and 30s across the Northeast and northern Mid-Atlantic. Most other spots will be in the 40s, 50s and 60s, with chillier 40s found across the mountains of the Northwest and northern Rockies.”,”ImageLink”:”https://d3op7nfti4wt5l.cloudfront.net/commoncontent/files/74/747c5c19-12f3-436a-bf8c-7a6bed16f094.jpg?Expires=1615175929&Signature=QUdTWxubbJEnWGVsH0ZFrY3ynjHcgNw~fqcJeydpLlbm08STOCQCtbKxMBhPMRNaLB9cCYCwbj2A3sPqEPkeX5YQg5eMqt7dUtlam1qLSFyiDemyNB9TfRDZfBM7rX11BuoSOmLzJh~N27GD3PzChQ~T5Lej4Iyg3dbAoX5vzAWU~Az~wDfQC2G8rXHLQGyLvpv5gHn2VbT37A1~LIgKTnbWvt-cpi-G9luW6MdGiSNkohKmwNNb~jTPCdl8Frz59xE7MdLmXfwGOalIpFHgTfZRjg5RzQh5fsxMPfCkTdiMd1SzbdYv7dGYzz8mwR6azYl6vbr9510XDZAx-CfCzg__&Key-Pair-Id=APKAIP6FQQ2BATJKEVCA”,”ThumbnailImageLink”:”https://d3op7nfti4wt5l.cloudfront.net/commoncontent/files/09/09df3106-6ec1-4426-9002-d7895f1deafb.jpg?Expires=1615142704&Signature=gCus1t~DMZa-eYodrZl45eXKVHrV6cto0lpzKN5GARgsXwQ3wEfoo5QLZptVSKKYgMDYcgvGHkLyxmg9ciwpBVqtEfKG2DqBRk9QXWzq6VjxCc9BAnhv8v0pd1RvdhNbVa7NKbJwqBeU7Egh~efRpD9vivZ1RzS0fG7OUtwKERjc7vD4yIs2X5oAKrUyvT39S50UshXAc0yTRi-KlSfCUvwDs44Ujpc4fnOzmX3Cm1fP~oYtMQkLH11o40~dcJ0S2FJA8HyielUErHDU8KcJZEmfaYau7mHfhtSsucEY7AbR5C4w2K5nmyTY3J804nene1LtzGTeiBcruRLTI19lmA__&Key-Pair-Id=APKAIP6FQQ2BATJKEVCA”,”nextStoryUrl”:”/news/Portugal-Number-of-Wildfires,-Scorched-Areas-Fall”,”prevStoryUrl”:”/news/Quake-Ravaged-Part-of-Croatia-Sees-Gaping-Sinkhole”,”Id”:7166,”Guid”:”8a83b68c-0274-451e-a446-555d02e6ce5f”,”ClassName”:”WB.story”,”VideoLinks”:null,”CreatedWhen”:”2020-10-25T21:13:22.097Z”,”ModifiedWhen”:”2021-03-05T21:08:47.537Z”,”PublishWhen”:”2021-03-05T21:08:47.443Z”,”Url”:”/news/Today-s-Weather-Outlook”,”CreatedDate”:”2020-10-25T21:13:22.097+00:00″,”ModifiedDate”:”2021-03-05T21:08:47.537+00:00″,”PublishDate”:”2021-03-05T21:08:47.443+00:00″,”ImageCaption”:”Saturday Weather Preview”},{“Source”:null,”ContentTags”:[“news”,”portugal”],”NodeAlias”:”Portugal-Number-of-Wildfires,-Scorched-Areas-Fall”,”ByLine”:”By The Associated Press”,”Summary”:”Portugal’s government is reporting major progress against wildfires.”,”Title”:”Portugal: Number of Wildfires, Scorched Areas Falls By Half”,”Text”:”LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Portugal’s government is reporting major progress against wildfires that traditionally scorch the country each summer, saying Thursday the average annual number of blazes and charred area has fallen by more than half over the past three years compared with the previous decade.
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rnAuthorities enacted a broad range of measures after wildfires killed more than 100 people in 2017.
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rnThough officials said climate change, including higher temperatures and lower rainfall, was partly to blame for the destruction, experts also identified poor forest management and preparedness as a cause of repeated outbreaks.
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rnAuthorities say they have opened more than 4,500 kilometers (2,800 miles) of firebreaks in recent years.
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rnNobody has died in forest blazes in Portugal since 2017.
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rnThe government concedes, however, that much remains to be done to address the underlying causes of wildfires.
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rnThey include a migration of people from the countryside to urban areas, leaving large areas untended, and the large swathes of unbroken conifer forests and eucalyptus plantations, which are economically profitable but burn fiercely.
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rnCopyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. 
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rnImage: In this Monday, Sept. 14, 2020 file photo, a firefighter is silhouetted against a fire burning outside the village of Roqueiro, near Oleiros, Portugal. (Sergio Azenha, AP)”,”ImageLink”:”https://d3op7nfti4wt5l.cloudfront.net/commoncontent/files/66/6624d7ad-587c-4aff-8d67-29005b6654dc.jpg?Expires=1615153805&Signature=A~bGO8~PYtN8h5Y8t3yVExtwJgGVXWc9GMCKGtmEtXCCWKnXyXNkU6UHUW0YgmLjWVoPRMcuBiH9XGiC3-Q2t8-q~5Dvwk9AsoKH66NBmIZOdJWiKMopTYR-AB7fRtDntm5iqStReaX6fgJ-~6SQIbC7b9tyMWF-wYN3CsbGE9MAGB5cLEJnIaidXPZ42IMeDH2dadWFTBSZjy1GjoubajllJPOg1Di5~ydTx-5d~WfZ~aBk5pj5Ag9NUT8SUDf5CasZUCCC9zWxmXqpBX-64r90L3YzFFTO3roiFtlstQLIqIPZ5wbnd6QCDJ0ksVUwzdDLQ8CDwVxG0WlXesPVyg__&Key-Pair-Id=APKAIP6FQQ2BATJKEVCA”,”ThumbnailImageLink”:”https://d3op7nfti4wt5l.cloudfront.net/commoncontent/files/e7/e7b93290-8e2f-47a0-b01a-14ba2713459d.jpg?Expires=1615153056&Signature=XmBMWn3C~Ul54c2RIt~JkEGbBmJp4-6ZDKAOYDZv6RZuoMIAQsp8dicdw0Gf3St0n0TWsRAmwdY~Kycjgd3S5Ni9OPEH5SkT~2vXBaMDeRrqBHMTXG4rJ1v8y~5RMj2ksydwxbzCZD298PSsLeJSxjSynl1-6h6WZOjyOCYgDOecRqKsYfl3W4rJDulRybV7zwll7Zt9Kc4imz6b3jaflpXkA4x1AuBYJofEEbWojUY3BS22dB4U7NBSKW8ZpjjOlLHEQ-NQ19P8wic5KRPRMB0By74ktSywfkK8RvmIoVklzlKKvV-kcMX2HSyJM1arsd8YvzmeYSSAxGjamsk7NA__&Key-Pair-Id=APKAIP6FQQ2BATJKEVCA”,”nextStoryUrl”:”/news/Powerful-Quake-Hits-Off-New-Zealand,-Prompting-Eva”,”prevStoryUrl”:”/news/Today-s-Weather-Outlook”,”Id”:7668,”Guid”:”fa1af941-b6c7-44e2-b5fb-b8c2ad04a861″,”ClassName”:”WB.story”,”VideoLinks”:null,”CreatedWhen”:”2021-03-04T13:41:35.431Z”,”ModifiedWhen”:”2021-03-05T21:06:21.221Z”,”PublishWhen”:”2021-03-05T21:06:21.143Z”,”Url”:”/news/Portugal-Number-of-Wildfires,-Scorched-Areas-Fall”,”CreatedDate”:”2021-03-04T13:41:35.431+00:00″,”ModifiedDate”:”2021-03-05T21:06:21.221+00:00″,”PublishDate”:”2021-03-05T21:06:21.143+00:00″,”ImageCaption”:”In this Monday, Sept. 14, 2020 file photo, a firefighter is silhouetted against a fire burning outside the village of Roqueiro, near Oleiros, Portugal. (Sergio Azenha, AP)”},{“Source”:null,”ContentTags”:[“alert”,”Earthquake”,”emergency”,””New Zealand””,”news”,”tsunami”],”NodeAlias”:”Powerful-Quake-Hits-Off-New-Zealand,-Prompting-Eva”,”ByLine”:”By Associated Press”,”Summary”:”A powerful magnitude 8.1 earthquake struck Friday in the ocean off New Zealand.”,”Title”:”Powerful Quake Hits Off New Zealand, Prompting Evacuations”,”Text”:”WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — A powerful magnitude 8.1 earthquake struck Friday in the ocean off New Zealand, prompting thousands of people to evacuate and triggering tsunami warnings across the South Pacific.
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rnThe quake was the largest in a series of tremors that hit the region over several hours, including two earlier quakes that registered magnitude 7.4 and magnitude 7.3.
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rnWhile the quakes triggered warning systems and caused traffic jams and some chaos in New Zealand as people scrambled to get to higher ground, they did not appear to pose a widespread threat to lives or major infrastructure.
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rnThat's because of the remoteness of where they hit. The largest struck about 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) off the coast of New Zealand.
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rnOne of the earlier quakes hit much closer to New Zealand and awoke many people during the night as they felt a long, rumbling shaking.
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rn“Hope everyone is ok out there,” New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wrote on Facebook.
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rnAfter the largest quake, civil defense authorities in New Zealand told people in certain areas on the East Coast of the North Island that they should move immediately to higher ground and not stay in their homes. They said a damaging tsunami was possible.
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rnThe U.S. Tsunami Warning System also cautioned that it could cause tsunami waves of up to 3 meters (10 feet) in Vanuatu and up to 1 meter (3 feet) in Australia, Fiji, French Polynesia and as far away as Mexico and Peru. It placed a watch on Hawaii.
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rnThe U.S. Geological Survey said it was centered in the remote Kermadec Islands at a depth of 19 kilometers (12 miles).
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rnThe agency said in a report that the quake occurred at the intersection of the Pacific and Australia tectonic plates and eclipsed the largest quake previously recorded in the region, a magnitude 8.0 in 1976.
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rnIt said the interaction between the plates creates one of the most seismically active regions in the world, and it has recorded 215 quakes there above magnitude 6.0 over the past century.
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rnThe U.S. Geological Survey said the magnitude 7.4 quake was likely a “foreshock” that contributed to the larger quake but that the first quake that hit closer to New Zealand was too far away in time and distance to have directly contributed.
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rnOfficials in New Zealand had hours earlier issued a tsunami warning for coastal areas after the first of the smaller earthquakes struck off its northeastern coast at about 3 a.m. Friday. There were no immediate reports of serious damage or casualties, and the warning was lifted just before the largest quake struck.
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rnThe U.S. Geological Survey said the first quake was centered at a depth of 21 kilometers (13 miles) under the ocean about 174 kilometers (108 miles) northeast of the city of Gisborne.
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rnIt was widely felt in New Zealand, and residents in the major cities of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch reported being shaken awake.
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rnIn 2011, a magnitude 6.3 quake hit the city of Christchurch, killing 185 people and destroying much of its downtown.
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rnAlthough not an unusual track for winter storms, this particular one developed from an area of low pressure exiting the Front Range in Colorado. This northeastward track gave it open access to a warm flow of Gulf of Mexico moisture and cold, Canadian air, which would help make the storm particularly dangerous.
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rnThe first city to be struck by the storm was Rapid City, S.D., where freezing rain glazed the roads and nearby farmland. Due to the ice coating the bodies of the young calves and lambs, many thousands of livestock were unable to reach shelter and ultimately lost as the storm changed into a raging blizzard. The storm continued to pound the Missouri Valley and Dakotas, dropping snow mercilessly on Grand Forks, N.D.
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rnOn March 4 alone, Grand Forks recorded 17 inches of snow, a single-day record that stands to this day. By the time it was over, the northeastern North Dakota city stood at nearly two-and-a-half feet of snow. This was in line with their neighbors throughout the Dakotas, which also saw accumulations of 20 to 30 inches that week. As if the snow alone wasn't bad enough, winds gusted up to 50 mph across the Dakotas, with a few spots reporting gusts as high as 70 mph. This made for blinding conditions, and travel was near-impossible. In some regions, the winds were so powerful that snow mounds or snow drifts reached heights up to 40 feet high. The Arctic blast that followed the storm brought temperatures below zero, which kept the snow locked in place. 
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rnDamages from the storm reached $12 million (1966 dollars, equivalent to nearly $100 million in 2021), and eighteen lives were lost from South Dakota to Minnesota. 
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rnSource(s): NOAA, National Weather Service
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