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  • Bitter cold returns after brief reprieve

    Bitter cold returns after brief reprieve
    Get ready to bundle up again, Chicago. After temperatures inched above 30 degrees for the first time in days, Arctic air is expected to roll back into the area Sunday, causing single-digit lows. The National Weather Service has issued a wind-chill...
  • More snow forecast for Colorado, 4 Corners

    More snow was in the forecast Monday for parts of the Rockies and Southwest after a storm brought heavy snow over the weekend, a welcome dose of moisture after a month of fairly dry weather. Over the weekend, the Steamboat Springs ski area reported...
  • Too close for comfort: February not likely to break record for coldest

    Too close for comfort: February not likely to break record for coldest
    The cold is going to have to kick it down another level if it wants to break a record for February. As of midnight, the average temperature for the month was 15.8 degrees, nearly 12 degrees below normal but still 1.2 degrees shy of the coldest...
  • Storm drops more snow on Colorado areas, I-70 backs up

    Coloradans took to cross-country skis, snowshoes and sleds on Sunday as a snowstorm dumped more than 2 feet of snow on some areas, breaking some local records and forcing churches to close. Dozens of churches canceled services in the Denver area Sunday,...
  • Police: Polar Vortex may have inflated 2014 crash stats

    If you were looking for one more thing to blame on the Polar Vortex, Evanston police are pointing to crash stats. While overall crime rose a negligible .06 percent in 2014, the number of traffic crashes increased by 5 percent, police reported at the Feb....
  • Snow storm creates havoc on Baltimore roads

    Snow storm creates havoc on Baltimore roads
    A fast-moving snowstorm hit the region Saturday, creating gridlock, stranding drivers caught off-guard by its severity and causing accidents on highways and local streets. Crews said they were hoping to get streets mostly cleared Saturday night, but...
  • Another winter storm hits East Coast; more cold temps coming

    The latest in a seemingly unending parade of snowstorms moved over the East Coast on Saturday, dropping a wintry mix as far south as northern Georgia and potentially causing more headaches for snow-weary New England. The National Weather Service said...
  • Cold Arctic air surges back into Chicago on Sunday

    Cold Arctic air surges back into Chicago on Sunday
    Gusty north winds on the leading edge of Arctic high pressure pressing south out of Canada will steer cold Arctic-source air back into the western Great Lakes and Chicago area Sunday. Sunday's high temperature in the teens will occur early in the day,...
  • Boston Snow Crisis: It Could Be Weeks Before City Is Fully Functioning

    Boston Snow Crisis: It Could Be Weeks Before City Is Fully Functioning
    BOSTON — The UPS driver looked down Beacon Hill at the midday traffic jam and explained how the city was shrinking. Four-lane roads have been condensed into two lanes; two-lane roads are squeezed into one. Forget about the narrow streets that give...
  • FEMA assesses blizzard damage in Rhode Island, to help decide whether state gets federal funds

    The Federal Emergency Management Agency has sent teams to Rhode Island to assess the damages from the recent blizzard. The teams began working Wednesday with the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency to conduct the disaster assessments. RIEMA says...
  • Boston snow crisis: It could be weeks before city is fully functioning

    Boston snow crisis: It could be weeks before city is fully functioning
    The UPS driver looked down Beacon Hill at the midday traffic jam and explained how the city was shrinking. Four-lane roads have been condensed into two lanes; two-lane roads are squeezed into one. Forget about the narrow streets that give Boston its...