Drivers around the I-95 corridor look at a messy commute home during winter weather.
A fast-paced storm that will spawn severe weather across the southern United States will also have a snowy side as cold air clashes with the northern flank of the system. AccuWeather meteorologists say that although it is not foreseen to be a significant snowstorm, it could cause headaches for travelers and disruptions to the daily routines of millions of residents. It has been a topsy-turvy start to February across the Midwest with temperatures dipping below zero across most of Minnesota, Wisco
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Just days after being hit by a brutal ice storm, Texas could experience more severe weather early this week.
The death toll in Turkey continues to rise as survivors struggle to find shelter and support.
- Statesman Journal
A winter weather advisory is in effect for Oregon's high mountain passes from Tuesday into Wednesday morning.
Record-low temperatures chilled New England on Friday, leading to a cold-weather phenomenon that's rarely seen in the United States. A handful of folks in Burlington, Vermont, caught sight of a funnel over Lake Champlain Friday afternoon, but this was no waterspout. The funnel instead drew in steam fog, also referred to as sea fog, creating what is referred to as a "steam devil." These foggy funnels occur during periods of cold weather much like the Arctic blast that New England recently experie
- The Courier & Press
The National Weather Service is using the adjective "dynamic" to describe the storm system that will move into the Tri-State on Wednesday.
- Fox Weather
The FOX Forecast Center is tracking a triple threat of severe storms, heavy snow and dangerous winds.
- The Post-Crescent
Wintry weather on the way for Appleton, Oshkosh, Green Bay and Door County; storm track still uncertain
Heavy, wet snow and other wintry weather is on the way for central and northeast Wisconsin Wednesday night into Thursday.
- The Weather Network
Is this it, Canada? Climate data shows who can expect even more snow this winter season.
The cold on Mount Washington in New Hampshire on Friday was producing a wind chill of -108F (-77C).
- The Week
What caused the 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Turkey?
There’s a part of America located on the West Coast that’s essentially one giant storage area, filled with millions of square feet of things sitting and waiting to be distributed to the rest of the country. I’m referring to Southern California’s Inland Empire. While this region may be booming to some, that comes at a high price; the L.A. Times reports on the environmental impact of these mammoth buildings and the millions of trucks that traverse the region’s roads to and from the ports.
Turkey's deadly 7.8 magnitude earthquake was so strong that its energy could power New York City for more than 4 days, seismologist says
The energy released by the earthquake was 32 petajoules, Januka Attanayake told the New York Times, equivalent to nearly 8 million tons of TNT.
- Detroit Free Press
The bodies of three missing men, Armani Kelly, Montoya Givens and Dante Wicker were discovered in an abandoned Highland Park apartment building.
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Massachusetts mom Lindsay Clancy, who's accused of killing her children, is still recovering in the hospital, where she will be arraigned Tuesday afternoon.
- Fox Weather
Although the Atlantic hurricane season runs from June through November, there has been either a tropical storm or hurricane in every month of the year. That includes the typically wintry month of February when you'd likely be expecting a snowstorm rather than a tropical storm.
- Fox Weather
More than 11,00 have died in Turkey and Syria following a magnitude 7.8 earthquake Sunday and dozens of powerful aftershocks. It was the worst earthquake to hit that region in over 100 years.
A new survey attempted to see if small cities and towns are truly safer than larger cities.
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A newly unveiled picture shows Gabby Petito minutes before Moab police pulled over Brian Laundrie in response to a domestic violence call in August 2021.
- LA Times
The homes in Canyon Country were yellow-tagged by a Santa Clarita city building inspector. Residents can still access their homes but cannot sleep there.