The unusually warm temperatures in the Northeast have not been helping with the lack of snow.
- Charlotte Observer
The quake had a depth of 2.36 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
- Fox Weather
Groundhog week weather to challenge even the best prognosticators with threat of southern wintry mess
If all the ingredients are in place, a prolonged period of freezing rain could impact the Southern Plains and Mid-Mississippi Valley during the workweek.
- USA TODAY
At least three storms will be responsible for the threat of ice and snow from Sunday through Thursday.
- Miami Herald
While she crossed her yard, the ground beneath her suddenly opened up, according to one outlet.
- WLS – Chicago
A Winter Weather advisory has been issued for Chicago and the northern and western suburbs starting Saturday morning.
- Fox Weather
The El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) has profound impacts on worldwide weather and temperatures
- Sacramento Bee
Meanwhile, there’s another chance for a small amount of rain on the way.
- Modesto Bee
Bee readers speak their minds about racism in Modesto housing, floodplains and George Santos | Letters
- Visalia Times-Delta | Tulare Advance Register
Forecasts show another storm is heading toward Central California, and with it comes a little more rain, snow and freezing temperatures.
- USA TODAY Opinion
Too often, viewpoint diversity is overlooked, and elements of our society have deemed politically correct ideology as the only acceptable worldview.
- Knox News | The Knoxville News-Sentinel
"It just ruined me," John Doe's mother told Knox News. "It rocked me to the core."
Another storm is on a path toward California, but AccuWeather meteorologists say it will play out much differently than others so far this winter. While the upcoming storm is expected to have limited moisture, it can pack enough snow at the lower elevations, as well as locally gusty thunderstorms, to cause travel disruptions. Following multiple atmospheric river events from late 2022 into the start of 2023 that hacked away at the state's long-term drought at the cost of deadly flooding and mudsl
- Raleigh News and Observer
Outreach workers said in addition to the 100 known outdoor camps, there’s been a sharp increase in families sleeping in their cars.
Dallas police said the driver who slammed her vehicle into a restaurant, injuring five people, was under the influence.
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A round of light snow Friday will be followed by a snowier Saturday that could see up to 10 inches of accumulation in some parts of southeast Wisconsin.
- Fox Weather
After a brief dry period in the Golden State, a new storm system will bring rain to Central and Southern California. Snow is expected for higher elevations.
- Associated Press
Inside a warehouse at the industrial Port of Portland lies what some believe could be the answer to Oregon's housing crisis — a prototype of an affordable housing unit made from mass timber. Once mass-produced at the factory being planned at the port, the units ranging from 426 square feet (40 square meters) to 1,136 square feet (106 square meters) could be deployed across the state to be assembled in urban and rural communities alike, potentially alleviating a critical housing shortage that has driven Oregon's high rates of homelessness.
Tens of thousands of gallons: That’s how much water it takes to extinguish a single electric vehicle fire. As EVs becomes more prevalent on our roads — possibly reaching 50 percent of all new car sales by 2030 — firefighters are still struggling to get proper training on how to quickly and effectively put out these incredibly intense blazes.
- Fox News
Lindsay Clancy, 32, allegedly strangled her three kids before attempting suicide
- Business Insider
A defense attorney for one of the Memphis cops charged with fatally beating Tyre Nichols said 'no one' 'intended' for him to die. Nichols' family isn't buying that argument.
Antonio Romanucci, a lawyer for Tyre Nichols' family, said the officers' actions were "designed to harm" and called the murder charge "appropriate."