Sign of Relief Across the Nation as Winter Storms Die Down

Although temperatures remain cold, winter snow storms seem to be slowing down.
1:01 | 03/08/15

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Turning to a collective sigh of relief for a nation just plain tired of winter. For the first time in a long time we have no major storms to report. It is still very cold in the eastern half of the country. Still reason to bundle up in the nation's capital. And rob Marciano is here with some good new, finally. Yes. We had record lows across D.C. Put some red on the map here. It's not balmy but a good increase from yesterday. 10, 20 degrees above where we were yesterday. For places like New York and Boston that's below average. 38 degrees for the high temperature, 44 in Chicago today and tomorrow. Above the freezing mark, Chicago has not done that in four weeks. Northern tier pretty quiet right now as you mentioned. 44 never felt so good. You were telling me the exception is the gulf coast? We're looking at a storm coming out of Mexico, seeing rainfall into tomorrow. Louisiana could see three to four inches of rain with this. That's the outlyer. The rest of the nation pretty quiet, Cecilia. That's good to hear.

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