Some parts of the Chicago area saw over 5 inches of snow in a New Year's Eve weekend storm, which caused issues on the roads.
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- Biloxi Sun Herald
“Winter weather systems can cause drastic changes in water levels,” the Coast Guard says.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The precipitation will begin as rain Wednesday morning, then switch over to snow or a wintry mix as temperatures drop.
As a new wave of Arctic air settles in late this week, a winter storm with snow and ice could cause major travel disruptions across the southeastern United States. AccuWeather forecasters are warning that the system could take aim at the Northeast next, but they are still analyzing different scenarios that may unfold. The fresh injection of Arctic air, which will come right on the heels of another dose of wintry weather, is likely to penetrate deep into the South. A bigger winter storm than the
- Patriot Ledger
We missed the worst impact of a storm Monday, but forecasters are tracking the next front as the rest of January is expected to be colder than normal.
- CBS News
2 people have been confirmed dead in the Pacific island nation so far, but communications are still patchy, and the scale of the damage is just starting to become clear.
- Charlotte Observer
Some towns in North Carolina, Georgia and Mississippi saw more snow than parts of the Northeast on Sunday, Jan. 16.
- Austin American-Statesman
On Thursday comes a wintry mix "that gradually spreads across the remainder of South Central Texas during the day into the evening," forecasters say.
- USA TODAY
Forecasters are eyeing more snow and winter storms that could affect millions starting Wednesday and Thursday from the Ohio Valley to the East Coast.
- Democrat and Chronicle
How can animals cope with such extended bitter cold conditions? Nature is a wonderful provider.
A tsunami hit Tonga on Saturday after an underwater volcano exploded, downing the island nation's communications. At least three people died.
Millions will be shivering from the Midwest to the Northeast this week as a storm system diving out of Canada helps introduce the longest stretch of cold air so far this winter. After a potent storm spread across the Plains and Midwest last week, leaving behind over a foot of snow in places like Des Moines, Iowa, a shot of cold air billowed into the Midwest early this week, but the effect of this chilly flow was set to be interrupted in the short term. After reaching only 37 degrees Fahrenheit M
- LA Times
A magnitude 3.5 earthquake was reported Monday evening at 11:39 p.m. Pacific time four miles from Palm Springs, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
- Erie Times News
The winter storm dumped as much as 24 inches of snow on portions of the Erie region.
- The Tennessean
Snow and sleet fell across much of Nashville and Middle Tennessee Sunday. Here's a look at how much stuck.
- York Daily Record
Up to 6 inches of snow was possible for south central Pennsylvania, according to AccuWeather.com.
- The Burlington Free Press
A snow storm over MLK Day weekend brought up to 13 inches of snow in some areas of Vermont, as reported by residents and the National Weather Service.
- USA TODAY
The eastern U.S. was under a weather siege Sunday as a furious winter storm packed heavy snow and tornadoes and continued its unforgiving march.
- Green Bay Press-Gazette
Green Bay forecast for Saturday's Packers vs. 49ers divisional playoff game at Lambeau Field calls for wind chill of zero, possible snow
The Green Bay Packers' divisional playoff game vs. the San Francisco 49ers at Lambeau Field will be frigid with possible snow showers.
- The Providence Journal
We missed the worst impact of a storm Monday, but forecasters are eyeing the next front as the rest of January is expected to be colder than normal.
- The Weather Network
One of the most impactful snowstorms in years blasted parts of southern Ontario with 30-50+ cm of snow through Monday.