RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Winter Weather and Blizzards

A collection of news and information related to Winter Weather and Blizzards published by this site and its partners.

Top Winter Weather and Blizzards Articles

Displaying items 12-22
  • One last shot from winter?

    One last shot from winter?
    It snowed enough to whiten the pavement 24 days this year. Say it takes you an hour to shovel: That's an entire day of your life hoisting mounds of frozen with a big spoon. Another 6-plus inches fell Thursday. Again, cars skidded on ice. Again,...
  • Snow-heavy system ushering in another freeze

    Snow-heavy system ushering in another freeze
    As a massive, slow-moving system is dropping 6-10 inches of snow across the region Thursday before ushering in more record-setting cold. A winter storm warning remains in effect until 7 p.m., with snow showers expected to continue into the evening....
  • Snow Peppers North, Slams South

    Snow Peppers North, Slams South
    More snow fell in Connecticut early Thursday — harder in some spots than in others. And in places, it's still falling. "It's going to be one of those days when one minute it's snowing, the next minute it's not snowing," said FOX CT Meteorologist...
  • Region bracing for snow storm Thursday

    Region bracing for snow storm Thursday
    Road crews are readying for a storm expected to bring 6 inches or more across the Baltimore region Thursday, potentially the biggest snowfall of a winter season many are already tired of. Though temperatures surged into the mid-40s Wednesday amid rain...
  • Snow costs pile up in Maryland

    Snow costs pile up in Maryland
    With a snowstorm in the forecast that could be the biggest in March in two decades, local governments are breaking their winter weather response budgets, and some are running low on salt. A cold front is expected to move in overnight Wednesday, bringing...
  • Ice could impact evening commute; winter storm watch for Thursday

    Ice could impact evening commute; winter storm watch for Thursday
    A winter weather advisory is in effect through Tuesday night's commute, and a winter storm watch is meanwhile posted warning of the potential for 5 inches of snow Thursday. Up to half an inch of snow and sleet and a tenth of an inch of ice is possible...
  • Snow-beleaguered Boston poised to set all-time record

    As Boston neared its all-time snowfall record, the rest of the country continued dealing with the nastiness of one of the worst winters ever recorded. Boston is likely to make the history charts this week by surpassing its record for snowfall in a...
  • Hail, water spouts, huge downpours as storm moves in

    Hail, water spouts, huge downpours as storm moves in
    A winter storm sweeping through Southern California on Sunday brought scattered showers, hail and thunderstorms, while ski resorts have prepared for up to a foot of snow. Parts of Ventura County saw up to half an inch of rain per hour, prompting a flash...
  • Winter storm brings showers, hail and thunder to Southern California

    Winter storm brings showers, hail and thunder to Southern California
    A winter storm swept through Southern California on Sunday, bringing scattered showers, hail and thunder while higher elevations were expected to see a foot of snow overnight. The low-pressure system brought a smattering of storm cells, dumping rain...
  • Hail, thunderstorms forecast as storm moves in

    Hail, thunderstorms forecast as storm moves in
    More rain -- and even some hail and thunderstorms -- were in the forecast for parts of Southern California on Sunday as a winter storm moved through. A chance of rain will continue into Monday. “It’s going to be hit and miss -- much more a...
  • Snow, sleet on Sunday could cause 'dangerous' travel, reduced visibility

    Snow, sleet on Sunday could cause 'dangerous' travel, reduced visibility
    The wintry weather patterns that unleashed snow, ice and bitter cold throughout the region in January and February will continue into March. Flurries began falling in the Baltimore area before 9 a.m. Sunday, but what falls from the sky may change...