A big winter storm is heading across the United States this weekend. An estimated 60 million Americans are in the path of what's being called a "Sasketchewan screamer”— named for the Canadian province where the storm originated. At least 27 states stretching from Kansas to Georgia have winter weather advisories posted Saturday morning. Elise Preston has more.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The precipitation will begin as rain Wednesday morning, then switch over to snow or a wintry mix as temperatures drop.
- WDSU - New Orleans
New Orleans area under Winter Weather Advisory. Here's what you need to know.
- 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.
- Biloxi Sun Herald
“Winter weather systems can cause drastic changes in water levels,” the Coast Guard says.
- 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.
Trees are torn down and buildings ripped apart following Saturday's tsunami triggered by a volcano.
A winter storm system could bring more wintry precipitation this weekend. Breaking down what the models project about three days from now.
- WGAL - Lancaster/Harrisburg
The WGAL News 8 Storm Team is tracking a winter storm headed for central Pennsylvania.
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
An arctic front is packing very cold temperatures for North Texas.
- 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.
- Associated Press
A kickoff temperature of about 25 degrees is forecast for the United States’ World Cup qualifier against El Salvador at Columbus, Ohio, on Jan. 27, with a wind chill index approaching what the U.S. Soccer Federation’s health guidelines call “high risk for cold-related illness.” U.S. coach Gregg Berhalter, who plans to announce his roster Saturday, expects a home-field advantage.
- The Providence Journal
Snow could hit Southern New England during the Thursday morning commute, but a potential storm this weekend now looks like a dud.
- Democrat and Chronicle
Here's how much snow has fallen so far in our area.
A tsunami hit Tonga on Saturday after an underwater volcano exploded, downing the island nation's communications. At least three people died.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The winter advisory will be in place from Wednesday evening to Thursday morning. See how much snow Central Kentucky may get.
- Palm Beach Daily News
In 1977, before weather events were analyzed, dissected and politicized, it was just snow in South Florida, and it was wonderful.
- The Tennessean
Snow and sleet fell across much of Nashville and Middle Tennessee Sunday. Here's a look at how much stuck.
- The Fayetteville Observer
Any precipitation that falls will stick to roads, and there's a good chance Fayetteville will see accumulations of sleet and snow through Saturday.
- Idaho Statesman
“During the search, a felt, short brim hat was located on the rocks approximately 60 feet from the docks.”
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