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Winter Weather and Blizzards

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  • Snowy start to spring in the Lehigh Valley

    Snowy start to spring in the Lehigh Valley
    The first day of spring had a snowy start in the Lehigh Valley as a snowstorm blanketed the region in white most of the day. Friday's snow began before 9 a.m. and was expected to end around 8 p.m., just as spring officially begins. Friday night's low...
  • Snowstorm threatens ride home across New Jersey

    Many students will go home early in New Jersey because of snow as winter changes to spring. Light snow started to fall Friday in parts of the state and forecasters say it could be heavy at times. Dozens of schools are closing early. A winter weather...
  • As spring dawns, New Englanders recount snow's lessons

    The snowbanks are shrinking, and hope — like birdsong — is in the air. As spring arrives and New Englanders exit a relentless winter many thought would never end, The Associated Press asked the Boston Yeti and a few other hardy souls what 9...
  • Late winter storm hits parts of West Virginia

    Old Man Winter isn't done with West Virginia just yet. The National Weather Service says parts of the Eastern Panhandle will receive as much as 6 inches of snow on Friday, while other eastern sections of the state are expected to get up to 3 inches....
  • New Jersey faces more snow from late season storm

    Commuters in New Jersey face a rough ride from a late season snowstorm as winter turns to spring. A winter weather advisory is in effect for most of the state from 6 a.m. Friday until 2 a.m. Saturday. Forecasters say the snow is expected to start...
  • Ask Tom: Was there really a spring snowstorm in 1930?

    Dear Tom, A family album has a photograph of cars stranded in deep snow on Cermak Road in Cicero, dated "Spring, 1930." When might that snowstorm have occurred? Could it have actually been in the spring? — John Spevak, Chicago Dear John, It...
  • Snowstorm closes major highway into Mexico City for 8 hours

    A snowstorm disrupted traffic on one of central Mexico's most heavily traveled highways Thursday, initially causing an eight-hour closure and then another shutdown after a brief reopening because of slippery conditions. The federal highway and bridges...
  • Blizzard on Hawaii summit delays telescope construction

    Construction of one of the world's largest telescopes is being delayed because of blizzard conditions on a Hawaii mountain summit. The Thirty Meter Telescope will be built near the summit of Mauna Kea. If not for the winter storm, construction...
  • Milder weather brings relief to winter weary New Englanders

    New England is going from the Big Snow to the Big Melt. After winter storms dumped nearly 9 feet of snow over the course of a month, many parts of the region will see milder weather this week and some much-needed snow melting. Temperatures in Boston...
  • NTSB has plenty of questions to answer in NYC runway slide

    As the National Transportation Safety Board begins its investigation into a Delta jetliner that slid off a runway while landing during a snowstorm at LaGuardia Airport, there is no shortage of questions to pursue: How big a factor was the snow? Was the...
  • Warnings of black ice as death toll reaches 4 in Tennessee

    Temperatures will gradually warm up over the weekend, but meteorologists are warning motorists to be careful of black ice caused as a result of snow melting and then refreezing when the thermometer plunges in the evening. The latest winter storm dumped...