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Winter Weather and Blizzards

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  • Snowstorms mark winter of discontent for two-thirds of U.S.

    For as much as two-thirds of the United States, this has, indeed, been the winter of our discontent. Even as a harsh storm was dropping as much as 10 inches of snow on parts of the Midwest, especially Kansas, that same system was moving east and was...
  • 5 inches or more of snow this evening through Wednesday morning

    5 inches or more of snow this evening through Wednesday morning
    A winter storm is expected to continue until daybreak Wednesday, marking the 33rd and 34th days we've seen measurable snow this winter. "It's going to be spreading north into the area, moving into the South Side of Chicago mid-to-late this afternoon,...
  • Freezing rain, wintry mix throughout Baltimore region overnight

    Freezing rain, wintry mix throughout Baltimore region overnight
    Areas north and west of Baltimore are likely to wake up Wednesday to a layer of ice, possibly on top of an inch or two of snow and sleet, with winter storm warnings and freezing rain advisories across the region overnight. As of midnight, winter storm...
  • Peninsula residents advised to take safety precautions during cold weather

     Peninsula residents advised to take safety precautions during cold weather
    Patient First, a chain of primary care health centers with locations in Hampton and Newport News, has some timely advice for those dealing with current weather conditions on the Peninsula: A necessary evil after a snow storm, shoveling snow can pose a...
  • Snow, ice wreak havoc in Northeast as second storm in a week blows in

    Snow, ice wreak havoc in Northeast as second storm in a week blows in
    NEW YORK -- Roads were closed, transit was thrown into turmoil, a store awning collapsed and thousands of people were without power Wednesday as the second storm this week dumped heavy snow across the Northeast and left streets coated with ice. “...
  • Power outages could last for days in storm-battered Northeast

    Hundreds of thousands of electricity customers in parts of Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania waited for power to be turned back on as states fought to clean up Thursday from the second major storm this week. Up to a foot of snow fell in parts of the...
  • Power restoration could last into Friday, before weekend snow chance

    Power restoration could last into Friday, before weekend snow chance
    Some of the more than 170,000 power outages caused by a thick glaze of ice across the state Wednesday might not be repaired until Friday, utility officials said, prompting leaders in two counties to open shelters at schools that were closed for the day...
  • Storm drops rain in L.A. area, snow expected in Sierra Nevada

    Close to a quarter of an inch of rain fell across the Los Angeles area Thursday as a low-pressure system from the Gulf of Alaska moved over the area, forecasters said. Avalon on Santa Catalina Island recorded almost a half-inch of rain, according to the...
  • New storm forms as race is on to restore power for nearly 400,000

    Utility workers struggled Friday to continue repairing downed power lines, but hundreds of thousands of people remained without electricity two days after a major storm swept through Pennsylvania and Maryland. More than a foot of snow fell in many areas...
  • Weekend snow forecast to be light, but more storm chances ahead

    Weekend snow forecast to be light, but more storm chances ahead
    Snowfall forecast for the Baltimore area this weekend is expected to be light, but forecasters are meanwhile eyeing storm chances ahead next week. The National Weather Service forecasts a 60 percent chance of snow Saturday afternoon, with...
  • Rising propane prices leave many in Midwest out in the cold

    Rising propane prices leave many in Midwest out in the cold
    KNOB NOSTER, Mo. — From a bay window in her home on the prairie, Angela Hostetler stares out at the six huge chicken barns out back. They hold 156,000 chickens, and when she and her husband, Mardy, purchased the farm two years ago, it seemed like...