The Eastern half of the US remains gripped by cold after a strong front brought rain, snow and below or near freezing temperatures Wednesday, while other regions are bracing for their turn with snow.
UPDATE (10:00 a.m) - Blewett Pass has been reopened, but chains are required.
Mother nature is pulling a 180 across Colorado.
Temperatures are starting to get cooler, and many are starting to warm up with space heaters.
Spring can always be volatile, but it usually doesn't mean going from shorts to parkas. This week, Colorado residents got to experience both summer warmth and a winter freeze.
Heavy flooding continued in Nebraska on Friday as it and other states in the Midwest geared up for days and even weeks of water-logged misery.
Pasco street crews have started working round the clock in response to a second wave of snowfall that came in over the weekend.
Recent winter storms that have already brought more than a foot and a half of snow to the Inland Northwest are hitting the entire state of Washington.
Severe weather is expected to stretch from coast to coast on Tuesday, with about 75 million people under some sort of winter alert.
It's so cold, parts of Niagara Falls are frozen.
Sip this winter classic by the fire!
You may not be able to hear it in the video from Saturday at Greeley Lake near Hawley, Pennsylvania, but you can certainly see the struggle the eight-point buck was having on the ice.
Try this one for that fall flavor!
Imagine the circumstances under which you would wear this Balenciaga coat, which is essentially just seven coats sewn together.
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - A government report shows U.S. farmers are expected to harvest their smallest winter wheat crop in more than a decade amid an ongoing drought that has devastated fields across the nation's breadbasket and a global surplus of the grain that has depressed prices.The National Agricultural Statistics Service on Thursday forecast the nation's 2018 wheat crop at 1.19 billion bushels. If realized, that would be down 6 percent from the previous year.
With Punxsutawney Phil predicting six more weeks of winter Friday, learn more about where this Groundhog Day tradition comes from.
A winter storm blamed for at least eight deaths has blanketed the South in snow and ice, causing traffic pileups, canceling hundreds of flights and prompting officials to urge people to stay indoors through Thursday afternoon, when a considerable warmup began.
Take a look at some simple and relatively cheap ways you can save up to hundreds of dollars as your heating bills roll in this year.
The new year got off to a running start. Were you paying attention?
More than 20 million Midwesterners are under a winter weather advisory through Monday morning, while parts of wildfire-ravaged California will see the mixed blessing of heavy rain this week.
Frigid water poured into the streets of some coastal New England cities Thursday, as a bomb cyclone pounded the region with record-high tides and blinding snow.
Baby, it's cold outside -- really, really cold -- and as the eastern regions of the United States brace for freezing rain, wind, sleet and snow this week, the winter weather could put many lives in danger.
Across the United States, temperature records are falling faster than this week's snowflakes in Erie, Pennsylvania, and it's only going to get worse.
Blasts of Arctic air have brought weather-related deaths, record low temperatures and historic amounts of snowfall to parts of the United States.