|  Clifton Linton

Cold Weather Called To Moderate After Mid-January For Some Of U.S.

The last two weeks of January should bring warmer-than-normal temperatures to the southern and eastern U.S., according to the eight-to-14-day weather forecast from the National Weather Service (NWS). Meanwhile, colder-than-normal temperatures will persist over the Northern Plains, Northern Rockies and Pacific Northwest, the NWS said. The warming trend could ease the pressure on rail deliveries of propane into New England and the Mid-Atlantic, regions that typically depend on rail. If it comes, the next round of colder-than-normal temperatures in the continental U.S. could arrive in late January or early February, predicted Mike Doll, meteorologist with ...

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