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Ice, Even a
Feb 4, 2022 7:21 AM CST
Powerful Storm Brings Snow, Ice, Even a Tornado
Severe winter weather across wide swath of US leaves 350K homes, businesses without power
- About 350,000 homes and businesses lost power across the US on Thursday as freezing rain and snow weighed down tree limbs and encrusted power lines, part of a winter storm that caused a deadly tornado in Alabama, dumped more than a foot of snow in parts of the Midwest,...
Florida Issues Warning
on Falling Iguanas
Jan 31, 2022 5:45 PM CST
Florida Issues Warning on Falling Iguanas
They were immobilized by cold snap
- In Florida, falling temperatures have created a potential hazard to cars and people: falling iguanas. The National Weather Service's Miami office warned Sunday that cold weather can cause the cold-blooded reptiles to go into a coma-like state and lose their grip while resting in trees, BBC reports. "Did...
on Course to
Jan 26, 2022 5:27 PM CST
'Bomb Cyclone' on Course to Wallop Northeast
Winter storm could hit Friday night
- The East Coast is in store for a hefty dose of winter weather this weekend, forecasters say. The National Weather Service says it is "increasingly confident" that a major winter storm will wallop the area from the mid-Atlantic to the Northeast starting Friday, reports
Winter Storm Brings
Jan 17, 2022 3:01 PM CST
Winter Storm Brings Massive Snowfall, Dangerous Winds to Northeast
Some areas had more than a foot of snow
- A dangerous winter storm brought significant snowfall, strong thunderstorms, and blustery winds to the northeastern US on a holiday Monday. The storm system dropped a foot or more of snow in parts of New York state, Ohio, and Pennsylvania Sunday night through Monday morning after pummeling parts of the Southeast...
Brace for 'Crippling'
Jan 15, 2022 9:30 AM CST
Southern States Brace for 'Crippling' Winter Storm
Virginia, Georgia, the Carolinas have all declared states of emergency on storm set for this weekend
- A major winter storm is headed toward the South, leading four states so far to declare states of emergency. The storm system has already dumped several inches of snow on the central United States and is set to make its way toward the southeast Saturday into Sunday morning, leading to...
NWS Says US
Is Split Between
Dec 24, 2021 11:44 AM CST
NWS Says US Is Split Between 'Snow Miser, 'Heat Miser'
Some areas will see record-breaking Christmas temperatures
- Dreams of a white Christmas are likely to come true in much of the West and parts of New England, according to a holiday update from the National Weather Service—but it'll be an exceptionally warm Christmas elsewhere. The NWS says that in "Christmas-speak," weather patterns mean...
Makes a Late
Apr 20, 2021 3:24 PM CDT
Winter Weather Makes a Late Reappearance
Next week, many of the same areas that are cold now will be in the 80s
- A resurgence of wintry weather is moving east after leaving snow behind in Colorado and Kansas, with accumulation expected in the East by Wednesday. Frost and freeze watches and warnings have been issued from Texas to Virginia by the National Weather Service, the
reports, covering 87 million people....
We Just Had the
Mar 8, 2021 6:30 PM CST
We Just Had the Coldest February Since 1989
Snow cover stretched from Mexico to Canada
- The last time America had a February as cold as the one it shivered through this year, the Berlin Wall was still standing, Ronald Reagan's second term had just ended, and Guns N' Roses' debut album was at the top of the charts. According to an National Oceanic and...
How One Texan Is
Holding Up: 'I Cannot Do This'
Feb 17, 2021 1:18 PM CST
How One Texan Is Holding Up: 'I Cannot Do This'
The pandemic and storm are all too much for some
- Texas' energy grid stands on its own, isolated from the rest of the country and unable to import power from other states. That means "when it comes to electricity, what happens in Texas stays in Texas," Dan Cohan, an associate professor of environmental engineering at Rice University, tells...
Texas Wind Turbines
Feb 16, 2021 12:00 AM CST
Texas Wind Turbines Are Frozen
Unprecedented storm continues to take its toll
- The historic winter storm causing power outages, canceled flights , and lots of snow and ice across Texas has also frozen many wind turbines in the state. So many, in fact, that nearly half of the state's installed wind power generation capacity is offline, the
reports. The unfrozen...
It's Snowing in Texas
Feb 15, 2021 2:21 AM CST
It's Snowing in Texas
The entire state is under a winter storm warning
- It is surprisingly cold in Texas currently, with the entire state under a winter storm warning and heavy snow coming down in many areas. CBS DFW reports a federal emergency declaration was approved for the state, after Gov. Greg Abbott declared a disaster Friday and warned residents that the entire...
Blowtorch Used on
Eiffel Tower Due to Weather
Feb 10, 2021 11:36 AM CST
Blowtorch Used on Eiffel Tower Due to Weather
Salt is a no-no
- Workers at the Eiffel Tower used a blowtorch to melt the ice collecting on its surfaces amid a European cold snap that had areas in Normandy and Brittany unused to such icy conditions closing highways for lack of snow-clearing equipment. In parts of the Paris region, local authorities halted school...
Massive Snowstorm to
Wallop the East Coast
Dec 14, 2020 2:40 AM CST
Massive Snowstorm to Wallop the East Coast
Some areas could get half a season's worth of snow in one day
- The biggest snowstorm to hit the area in years is heading for the Northeast, and is forecasted to bring a lot of snow to the region starting Wednesday. Per CBS News , New York City is expected to receive more than a foot of snow—something that hasn't happened in...
2 Places in America Recorded
No Snow for First Time
Mar 2, 2020 2:50 PM CST
2 Places in America Recorded No Snow for First Time
Since record keeping began, snow had always fallen in Baltimore and Islip in February
- A whole bunch of snow shovels likely collected dust in Baltimore and Islip, New York, last month. The National Weather Service on Monday shared "one for the record books": the fact that neither of those locations saw any snow in February for the first time on record. The same...
Fierce Winter Weather
Kills 4 in Southeast
Feb 7, 2020 12:04 AM CST
Fierce Winter Weather Kills 4 in Southeast
State of emergency declared in Virginia
- Nearly 150,000 homes and businesses in the southeastern United States were without power early Friday after a powerful winter storm raked the region, killing at least four people and injuring several more across the region. Florida bore the brunt of the power outages, with nearly 75,000, according to...
9 Dead Amid
Severe US Storms
Jan 11, 2020 4:30 PM CST
9 Dead Amid Severe US Storms
Louisiana takes the brunt of it so far
- Severe storms sweeping across parts of the US South were blamed Saturday in the deaths of at least nine people, including two first responders, as high winds, tornadoes, and unrelenting rain battered a large area of the region, the AP reports. Storm-related fatalities were reported in icy weather in Texas,...
Storm Unloads on Northeast
Dec 2, 2019 6:45 PM CST
Storm Unloads on Northeast
Much of the region could have 10 to 24 inches of snow by Tuesday
- A seemingly endless winter storm that hindered travel across most of the country over th holiday weekend is delivering a last wallop as it swoops through the Northeast, dumping heavy snow, shuttering hundreds of schools and bedeviling commuters. The storm dropped more than a foot of snow in places late...
This Is Arizona—and
That's Not the Half of It
Nov 30, 2019 3:07 PM CST
This Is Arizona—and That's Not the Half of It
From California up through the northern midwest, it looks like winter
- Wintry weather bedeviled Thanksgiving weekend travelers across the US on Saturday as a powerful and dangerous storm moved eastward, dumping heavy snow from parts of California to the northern Midwest and inundating other areas with rain, the AP reports. A 5-year-old boy died and two other children were missing in...
More Snow, Storms
Ahead for Much of US
Nov 29, 2019 3:54 PM CST
More Snow, Storms Ahead for Much of US
Some places can expect a blizzard, others severe thunderstorms
- The busy travel weekend isn't over yet, and neither is the snow that complicates it. The National Weather Service said a broad band from the Northern Rockies, through the Northern Plains, to Michigan's Upper Peninsula can expect at least 8 inches — more than 18 inches in places....
Ease for Holiday,
Not for Return Trip
Nov 28, 2019 5:30 PM CST
Wintry Threats Ease for Holiday, Not for Return Trip
'Just stay home,' Weather Service in Nevada says
- Wintry weather temporarily loosened its grip across much of the US just in time for Thanksgiving, but travelers were bracing for heavy snow and blizzard conditions in some areas as they made plans to return home. The wind, ice and snow that tied up major highways and airports Tuesday and...
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