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  • By the numbers: Northeast colder, snowier than normal

    Here's a look at average temperatures for February 2015, normal average temperatures for February, snowfalls this winter and snowfalls for a normal winter around the Northeast: ___ Albany, New York: 12.7 degrees, 25.9 degrees; 70.6 inches, 46.5...
  • Rain, snow storm moves into Southern California

    Rain, snow storm moves into Southern California
    A winter storm began bringing rain and cooler temperatures to Southern California on Saturday, with showers expected off and on through Monday, the National Weather Service said. Light rain began falling this afternoon in Santa Barbara, Simi Valley...
  • Indianapolis sets March 1 snowfall record, 5.9 inches

    The National Weather Service reports Indianapolis set a record for snowfall on March 1 with 5.9 inches falling Sunday. The weather service reports the city had received 2 inches of snow Saturday, giving Indianapolis a total of 7.9 inches of snow from the...
  • Chicago area's snow pack to shrink as mild air arrives

    As of Sunday evening, 8 inches of snow remained on the ground at Midway Airport. Mild, moist air is forecast to sweep into the Midwest as low pressure tracks northeast across the mid-Mississippi Valley on Tuesday. Precipitation is to begin as snow and...
  • Cold Chicago February leads to dry, cracked skin and dandruff

    Cold Chicago February leads to dry, cracked skin and dandruff
    As if braving the frigid February temperatures hasn’t been bad enough, Chicagoans have been in the depths of a serious dry spell. While the sub-zero temperatures—which contributed to last month's tying the coldest February on record—...
  • Disenchanted California Republicans can become Democrats

    To the editor: I found it highly astonishing that, given the tone in which Brian O'Leary Bennett wrote his op-ed article on modernizing the state GOP, he has been a conservative Republican Party activist for nearly 40 years. ("California Republicans --...
  • Hollande tours typhoon-hit Philippines ahead of climate deal

    French President Francois Hollande on Friday took his warning about the need for funds for a landmark climate deal to a central Philippine town that was devastated by a killer typhoon in 2013. Speaking at a public school in Guiuan, where Typhoon Haiyan...
  • Carolinas hope for help from temperatures, utilities

    Retired minister Tony Varner marveled at the landscape left behind by the latest winter storm. "I can say that God really knows how to decorate his world," Varner said. "He's a master artist. I'm impressed, amazed at God's creation." While the snow...
  • Thousands still without electricity after NC storm

    More than 35,000 customers are still without electric service after a winter storm that affected virtually all of North Carolina. Duke Energy reports the biggest problem Friday is still in Wake County, where more than 11,000 customers are without...
  • Bob Seger turns a page with a Nashville sound and liberal lyrics

     Bob Seger turns a page with a Nashville sound and liberal lyrics
    A chocolate-chip cookie resting on a plastic foam plate before him, Bob Seger sat in his dressing room at a quarter to 8 on Wednesday night dressed in jeans, sneakers and a faded black Indian Motorcycles T-shirt. An hour later, the veteran rocker...
  • Black ice, hazardous travel Friday morning, NWS warns

    Black ice, hazardous travel Friday morning, NWS warns
    The snow is done falling, but below-freezing temperatures will likely cause hazardous conditions on the roadways Friday morning, the National Weather Service warns.  Overnight and early morning temperatures in the 20s are expected to turn melted snow...