Winter weather is back across Northeast Kansas and it isn’t leaving any time soon.
The bitter cold that has gripped the eastern U.S. is showing no sign of letting up before the weekend as low temperatures broke records Frid…
Despite bone-chilling temperatures, tourists are flocking to Niagara Falls.
The city has scrambled to keep roads clear after the record-breaking snowfalls.
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A snow and ice storm blasted parts of the Mid-Atlantic and the South early Tuesday.
Thousands of angry Boston commuters stranded by a transit shutdown scrambled to find other ways to get to work.
The furry rodent has forecast six more weeks of winter.
New Yorkers and others spared its full fury questioned whether forecasts were overblown.
It’s important to take care of your pets in the snow. And, sometimes, they take care of us by just being snuggly.
Motorists can get back on the roads in New Jersey and New York City, and subways and buses are restarting.
The nor’easter would bring heavy snow, powerful winds and widespread coastal flooding starting Monday.
United Airlines says it won’t fly Tuesday in New York, Boston or Philadelphia.
Cold snap brings record-setting temperatures to much of the nation.
Firefighters rescue dog after it plunged through thin ice.
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In the case of wind chill, comparing old data to now is apples to oranges.
Here are some things to know about this latest round of weather and its expected impact:
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Colorado’s Eastern Plains could see wind chills readings from 25 below to 40 below zero.
Knocking out power to tens of thousands and delaying commuters while soaking the region with much-needed rain.
Bringing drenching wind-blown rain to coastal areas, wet snow inland and a wintry mix to the New England states.
Recent rains and El Nino set-up could mean more rain for Northeast Kansas – but isn’t it December?
Began returning to work on Monday as fast-melting mounds of snow fed into creeks that were starting to swell.
The storms were blamed for at least 12 deaths in western New York, mostly from heart attacks and exposure.