Meteorologist Taylor Grenda shows how freezing rain is moving through Maryland Sunday morning and when it will change to all rain.
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There are people and pets who depend on you. Be ready for when the Cascadia earthquake hits.
The Universe is scary. There are dangers galore, including black holes, asteroid impacts, supernova explosions, and more. However these events tend to be far away and/or extremely rare, so they're nothing you really need to worry about in your daily life. And then there are solar storms. If there's any astronomical event we need to take very, very seriously, even more than asteroid and comet impacts, it's these. We know of several big ones that have happened in the past century or two, but histo
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Looking for a hack to save time clearing ice or snow off of your windshield? Here are the best ways to de-ice your car, according to experts.
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Inspired by an ocean explorer, bacteriologist and comic-book character, "Yersin" was built with a three-part ethos—A.S.E.—which stands for adventure, science and education.
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The National Weather Service is calling for snow to hit parts of New York, and the closer you live to the coast, the more you'll see.
- The Providence Journal
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for a storm Friday into Saturday that could bring 8 to 18 inches of snow.
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Orcas observed devouring the tongue of a blue whale just before it dies in first-ever documented hunt of the largest animal on the planet
The Western Australia study filmed orcas — also known as killer whales — preying on blue whales, the largest animal on Earth, for the first time.
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Did you know gas stations need electricity for pumps to work? Get gas before this weekend's snow, what to do with your generator and other storm tips.
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Officials expect snowfall rates of more than an inch per hour are possible during the overnight hours into Saturday.
- Portsmouth Herald
During the last storm, if you took a stroll in the frigid temperatures along Hampton Beach, you would have found hundreds of Atlantic surf clams.
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The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the Jersey Shore and revised the snowfall amounts for the entire state.
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Collapse of Florida-sized glacier may happen soon, raising sea levels and threatening coastal cities
A team of international scientists say the Thwaites Glacier can rapidly raise sea levels if the ice shelf holding it in place breaks.
A debut shipment of liquid hydrogen to Japan proves the fuel is viable, supporters say. Critics aren't so sure
A southward plunge of Arctic air will reach all the way down into Florida, sending temperatures in the Sunshine State tumbling to the lowest levels in years there. AccuWeather forecasters warn that both crops and decades-old records could be in jeopardy from this frigid blast. Temperatures in some areas could reach their lowest marks in more than 80 years, while other locations could break daily record low readings. In some places, the frigid weather could cause iguanas to fall out of trees. Fre
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Communities on the coast like Portsmouth, Rye and Hampton, or York, Maine, are likely to see the most snowfall.
- The Providence Journal
A powerful nor'easter has moved into Southern New England and should leave near-record snowfall before winding down late tonight.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
For generations of Milwaukeeans, it was just "the blizzard." It struck 75 years ago, dumping so much snow that plows were stranded where they stood.
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Commentary: Net-metering legislation on solar power would keep poor from having to subsidize wealthy owners of solar panels.
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It snowed in Miami on Jan. 19, 1977. Could it happen again, as temperatures plunge and Artic door blasts Florida?