Here is what skiers and snowboarders can expect this Thanksgiving weekend at their favorite resorts in Western Washington.
A long-duration lake-effect snowstorm is expected to bury parts of western and northern New York, including the cities of Buffalo and Watertown, in up to 4 feet of snow into this weekend.
The Mount Baker Ski Area will be opening with limited operations, severing season pass-holders only, on Thursday, Nov. 17. The following day, the ski area will be open for pass-holders and day ticket holders.
A staffing shortage within Whatcom County Public Works may have an impact on the county's winter weather response, the department announced.
With temperatures expected to drop below 34 degrees, Snohomish County has activated warming shelters during the day and overnight this Wednesday.
With colder weather and mountain snow hitting the region, drivers must once again start thinking about winter driving and road safety.
Missouri trained all snowplow operators on Thursday before the winter snows, but they were 30% shy of their goal.
The Farmer's Almanac's annual winter forecast is hinting at a particularly harsh winter across much of the North with "real shivers".
Get ready for the 80s and 90s as a mini-heatwave gets going Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.
As this front moves through, rain will become heavy at times, especially into early Wednesday morning… just in time for the commute. We'll also see snow for the Cascades--so know the roads before you go!
A winter storm will hit parts of the Plains, Midwest, and into the South, and later intensify into a powerful "bomb cyclone" as it blasts the East Coast.
Nearly 15 million Americans are under a Winter Storm Warning on Friday, which is set to bring snow, sleet and freezing rain to the Northeast.
A winter storm was blamed for multiple crashes across Illinois, including a 100+ vehicle pileup on I-39 that closed the highway for hours.
Parts of the Midwest and Northeast have been issued a winter storm warning and winter weather advisories as a strong winter storm makes its way across the United States.
Steve Maguire left the sunroof on the family van open on a sunny Saturday afternoon but come Sunday, he would probably regret that decision after heavy snow fell all day on Sunday and into Monday morning.
Nearly two years into the pandemic, the simple answer as to whether the COVID-19 pandemic nixed snow days depends on where you live.
A major U.S. winter storm will bring heavy snow, rain and ice to a wide swath of the country, impacting more than 100 million people through Friday.
Groundhog Day, which is on Feb. 2, has been celebrating America’s favorite animal prognosticator for more than 130 years.
More than 70 million Americans are seeing impacts from the winter storm from the Mid-Atlantic to Maine. Before the storm moves away from the U.S. parts of New England could be measuring the snowfall in feet not inches.
Here's what to have at home in the event of a power outage during a winter storm -- something that could last days or even weeks in some instances.