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  • Arctic air grips wide swath of US; at least the Northeast isn't getting buried in snow

    How cold is it across the U.S.? Too cool for school in many parts of the country. And so frigid in the Minnesota-St. Paul area that you could get frostbite in less time than it takes to buy car insurance. At least the Northeast isn't getting clobbered...
  • Numbing cold temperatures across the US bring accidents, fatalities, school closings

    Dangerously cold air has sent temperatures plummeting into the single digits around the U.S., with wind chills driving them even lower. Throw in the snow some areas are getting and you've got a bone chilling mix that may also be super messy. The result?...
  • Midwest, eastern US pelted with mix of snow, ice and rain; Arctic cold coming soon

    Snow, ice and rain fell Saturday in the Midwest and eastern parts of the U.S., a prelude to the Arctic temperatures due to arrive in the next few days. The mix of precipitation affected a swath from the Oklahoma Panhandle — where several inches...
  • After being pelted with wintry mix, Midwest, eastern US brace for Arctic blast, subzero temps

    The Midwest and eastern parts of the U.S. on Sunday braced for Arctic temperatures that were expected to arrive during the next few days. A mix of precipitation on Saturday that included snow, ice and rain affected a swath from the Oklahoma Panhandle &#...
  • Baltimore flunks basic snowmanship

    Baltimore flunks basic snowmanship
    The Jones Falls Expressway was reduced to a parking lot on Tuesday morning. Some school systems decided to stay open when others in the region closed — which turned out to be the better call under the circumstances. Roads were a mess, and drivers...
  • Snow ends, record subzero temps expected

    Snow ends, record subzero temps expected
    Few problems were reported during the morning rush Tuesday after 2 to 3 inches of snow fell across the Chicago area overnight. The next challenge: Possibly record-setting subzero cold before we get a break this weekend. The biggest headache occurred...
  • Winter gets down to business: Midwest shivers, East and South brace for cold wave

    Snow followed by a wave of frigid air is plodding eastward, bringing warnings well ahead of time for people to take precautions and stay warm. The storm snarled traffic across much of the country and is threatening to bring wind chills into the single...
  • CPS, more than 125 other districts close as dangerous weather arrives

    CPS, more than 125 other districts close as dangerous weather arrives
    Chicago Public Schools and more than 125 school districts in the area decided to close Wednesday as a cold front sliding off the Canadian Rockies threatens to drive wind chills into dangerous territory for the next two days. Chicago school buildings...
  • Weather: Orlando facing overnight low of 39

    Weather: Orlando facing overnight low of 39
    Winter has come to Orlando. But it won't last for long. Residents are facing a frosty night with temperatures expected to dip to 39 degrees following an arctic blast that has torn throughout much of the country in the past few days. Winds will...
  • Single digit wind chills, 40 mph gusts and icy conditions in forecast

    Single digit wind chills, 40 mph gusts and icy conditions in forecast
    Frigid winds are blowing in Wednesday, with gusts up to 40 mph bringing wind chills in the single digits. Icy conditions are likely in areas that received snow Tuesday, the National Weather Service warned in a statement issued early Wednesday morning....
  • Snow accumulation in Vegas? Don't bet on it

    Snow accumulation in Vegas? Don't bet on it
    For days now, the news media’s calls have come like Paul Revere was here on horseback, shouting: “The British are coming! The British are coming.” This warning was different, but no less panic-stricken: “Batten down the hatches!...