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Winter Weather and Blizzards

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  • Health exchange officials face deadline for repairs

    Health exchange officials face deadline for repairs
    Even as state officials are racing to meet a self-imposed deadline to fix major glitches with the state's online insurance marketplace, some consumers continued to have problems buying health coverage through the exchange. Gov. Martin O'Malley pledged to...
  • Rush hour snowy but smooth, now here comes the cold

    Rush hour snowy but smooth, now here comes the cold
    A generally smooth rush hour was reported this morning as the second winter storm to hit in four days dropped up to 3 inches of snow across the Chicago area. Next up: Brutal cold. State police reported clear expressways with few accidents this morning,...
  • Heavy rain and snow cause deaths, evacuations in Middle East

    Heavy rain and snow cause deaths, evacuations in Middle East
    JERUSALEM — Hundreds of Gaza Strip families were forced to evacuate their homes in boats and rafts as heavy flooding rose to second-story levels during the heaviest winter storm to hit the Middle East region in decades. At least four people were...
  • Snowy storm kills 1 in Missouri, heads toward Northeast

    New England was expected to receive up to 1 foot of snow in a fast-moving storm that will last through Sunday, National Weather Service officials said. The weather service is forecasting 6 to 12 inches of snow through most of New York and all of New...
  • Snow closes roads in Israel, is a source of wonder in Egypt

    Snow closes roads in Israel, is a source of wonder in Egypt
    CAIRO -- Snow coated domes and minarets Friday as a record Middle East storm compounded the suffering of Syrian refugees, sent the Israeli army scrambling to dig out stranded motorists and gave Egyptians a rare glimpse of snow in their capital. Nearly...
  • Winter weather comes in milder

    Winter weather comes in milder
    Lighter-than-expected precipitation and an early arrival of warm air limited snowfall across the Baltimore area Saturday, with less than 2 inches falling in parts of Carroll and northern Baltimore counties. A light snowfall mixed with sleet that...
  • Winter weather advisories canceled; 2-4 inches still possible north of Baltimore

    Winter weather advisories canceled; 2-4 inches still possible north of Baltimore
    Lighter-than-expected precipitation and an early arrival of warm air limited snowfall across the Baltimore area Saturday evening, with less than 2 inches falling in parts of Carroll and northern Baltimore counties. A light snowfall mixed with sleet that...
  • United Nations launches record $6.5-billion aid appeal for Syria

    United Nations launches record $6.5-billion aid appeal for Syria
    BEIRUT—With the Syrian humanitarian crisis worsening amid mounting fears of starvation and illness, the United Nations on Monday launched a drive for about $6.5 billion in aid, described as the largest amount ever sought for a single emergency....
  • 'Walking with Dinosaurs 3D' Stars on How They Found Their Voices

    Less then 24 hours after a snow storm hit Gotham, 20th Century Fox held a special screening of "Walking with Dinosaurs 3D" on Sunday morning at City Cinemas on 3rd Avenue. Pic, a big-screen, live action follow-up to the 1999 BBC television series of...
  • Snow could complicate morning commute

    Up to an inch of snow is expected to fall between about 7 a.m. and 11 a.m. across the Chicago area, according to the National Weather Service.  The storm isn't expected to drop more than an inch of snow in the city, though a little more than an inch may...
  • December snowstorms have some Northeasterners bracing for long winter

    December snowstorms have some Northeasterners bracing for long winter
    NEW YORK -- The groundhog may not make his prediction until February, but Karen Gregorski thinks she already knows how the coming winter is going to turn out: very, very snowy. Gregorski, 66, was walking carefully Tuesday down a midtown Manhattan...