A stretch of I-41 in Washington County was shut down in both directions Wednesday because of at least 20 different crashes as snow fell. Two of those scenes were massive pileups, and a 37-year-old woman died.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the Cascades until 5 p.m. Saturday. Snow and gusts of 40mph will make driving conditions difficult. Mountain passes can pick up an additional 1"-8" of snow today.
A Winter Weather Advisory was issued across the mountain passes in western Washington. The April snowfall could cause a tricky situation for anyone trying to travel over through the mountain passes, rescue crews say.
Heads-up outdoor enthusiasts: Ski and snowboard season is getting extended this year at Crystal Mountain.
US Highway 2 over Stevens Pass reopened Monday after an extensive closure due to "extensive avalanche control," according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.
The Washington State Department of Transportation is warning drivers of a "very challenging 24 hours" ahead on Snoqualmie Pass in anticipation of more winter weather.
Timothy Tietjen with 'The Snow Troopers' talks ski and snowboarding conditions at Snoqualmie Pass.
Drivers are still spinning out and getting stuck despite warnings from WSDOT.
Parts of the Puget Sound region woke up Wednesday to a dusting of snow.
This week over 375 inches of snow were measured in Snoqualmie Pass, surpassing the ten-year average, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.
President Joe Biden will travel to Houston this week to discuss recovery and relief efforts following the winter storm in Texas.
Home surveillance camera shows a semi sliding on an icy road and stopping just short of a home in Spokane.
A local firefighter in Odessa, Texas was caught on video rescuing a dog separated from her owner and trapped in a semi-frozen pond.
Officials in Texas say the winter storm that knocked out power and water to millions of residents is providing an opportunity for some unscrupulous merchants to take advantage of the situation by charging exorbitant prices for essential supplies.
The deadly winter storms that knocked out power for millions in Texas and other states have exceeded the worst-case scenarios of many U.S. utilities.
Images from the NOAA-NASA Suomi NPP satellite compared before-and-after photos of the lights in Houston, Texas during a record-breaking winter storm.
The damage wrought by the storm to the power system was the worst in 40 years, and more than 2,000 power lines — about 208 miles in total — were still down as of Wednesday.
More than 100 million people live in areas covered Wednesday by some type of winter weather warning, watch or advisory.
Four people died over the weekend due to carbon monoxide poisoning amid a winter storm that brought widespread power outages to Oregon.
Carbon monoxide is a colorless, tasteless and odorless gas, so it can be difficult to know if you’re exposed to high concentrations of it.